Incremental backups are done at the block level instead of the file level. Block level backup provides several advantages including the speed of completing a backup operation, a drastic reduction in disk and network I/O, the ability to perform backups as often as every 15 minutes and no performance penalty for servers having a large number of files.
Backup to any disk-based storage including second hard drive, NAS, SAN, etc. Make multiple copies for on-site or offsite with no interruption to Servers.
Granular file restore brings your lost data back in seconds. Restore even while a backup job is running.
Virtual Full Backups mean unique disk blocks are only stored one time in your backup storage. Smart and efficient data retention policies managed from a web-based UI.
Download, install and go in 5 minutes; no professional services or training required.
Server Backup Free for Windows Servers - System Requirements
Server Backup Free for Linux Servers - System Requirements
For Server Backup Manager 5.6:
Windows Backup Manager - Repository Server
Linux Backup Manager - Repository Server
Windows Agent for physical and virtual machines
Linux Agent for physical and virtual machines
Data Center Console for Server Backup Manager
Note: 32-bit Linux distributions are not supported