Deliberately designed to protect Microsoft Hyper-V hosts and guest systems, Acronis Cyber Backup ensures affordable, fast, reliable, agentless backup and instant restore of Microsoft Hyper-V virtual hosts, including all VMs. You can protect an unlimited number of virtual machines on the same host, with no additional costs per VM or socket.
Easy-to-use, only 3 clicks to backup
Quick recovery, near-zero RTO
Priced per virtual host, not per VM or socket
Back Up Hyper-V VMs Efficiently
Eliminate complexities associated with the manual backup process by automating your Hyper-V host and VM backup tasks via the unified web-based management console. Protect applications and VMs running on Hyper-V hosts as well as their configurations with a single Acronis Backup Virtual Host license. Choose the best storage option – local, cloud or both – for the ultimate data protection.
Improve Efficiency and Backup Times
Back up virtual machines with growing data more frequently, lowering RPOs and reducing backup storage. Windows Server 2016 support with Resilient Change Tracking (RCT) enables incremental backups of only changed blocks of data per a specific point in time.
Recover Up to 100 Times Faster
Reduce virtual machine recovery time to mere minutes with Acronis vmFlashback technology. It identifies the difference between the current VM state and its backup state to restore only changed blocks of information. This approach significantly minimizes network impact, facilitating recoveries up to 100 times faster.
Ensure Full Data Integrity
Gain full data integrity with a point-in-time application-consistent snapshot. Volume Shadow Copy Service (aka VSS, Shadow Copy, or Volume Snapshot Service) provides reliable backup, even when the applications are in use. The virtual machines remain online and functional during the snapshot and backup process, so normal operations continue.
Instant Data Availability with Hyper-V Restore Options
Migrate Hyper-V to Any System
Ensure quick and easy system migration between physical and virtual platforms. With Acronis Universal Restore you can recover your Hyper-V server to new, bare-metal or dissimilar hardware with a just few clicks.
Convert to Hyper-V VM
Protect your original machine in case of failure. Simply start your physical workloads on a Hyper-V virtual machine by setting up a scheduled or immediate conversion of a backup to a virtual machine format.
Run Backup as a VM in Seconds
Instantly bring a copy of a failed machine online when disaster strikes. Start Windows or Linux virtual machines on your existing Hyper-V immediately from backup storage. Your VM will be running in mere seconds.
More Features to Back up Hyper-V
Save money and optimize network bandwidth by easily addressing storage requirements. You can protect more data while reducing the impact on storage and network capacity by capturing only blocks of data changed since the previous backup.
Centralized web management
Protect hundreds of VMs with backup policies, customizable dashboards, and advanced alerting and reporting – without increasing IT’s workload. Acronis’ touch friendly, web-based management console makes it easy.
Clustered shared volumes support
Defend your Hyper-V VM placed on clustered shared volumes. Your virtual machines stay secure regardless which Hyper-V host they were moved to. Acronis Cyber Backup automatically tracks VM migrations across Hyper-V clusters.
Granular data recovery
Search for specific documents, emails, etc. and restore just what’s needed. You don’t have to recover full databases or systems. Acronis ensures quick, incremental restoration and simultaneously reduces recovery times.
Copy complete and reliable backup images to a variety of backup targets including local disks, network storage, tapes and the cloud. You can easily recover a complete image or just selected files, folders, and applications.
Flexible backup storage
Balance the value of data, infrastructure and regulatory requirements – and grow easily – with flexible storage. Choose from NAS, SAN, tapes, disks, Acronis Cloud, or any private or public cloud, such as Azure, AWS or Google.