Powerful Hyper-V backup software which allows you to back up any Hyper-V VM in 5 clicks or less. Easy. Fast. Reliable.
Altaro Hyper-V Backup is the easiest to use, quickest to set up and most competitively priced Hyper-V backup software around. With practical, powerful features such as offsite backup, remote management capabilities and Exchange item level restore, it’s never been easier for administrators to manage backing up Hyper-V VMs, without breaking the bank.
Altaro Hyper-V Backup was designed to make a complex process easy to manage for you. You’ll be up and running in just 17 minutes.
Includes all the Hyper-V backup functionality you need. Exchange Item Level restore, offsite backups with WAN Acceleration, ReverseDelta technology, and much more!
Why pay 3-4x the price? We price per Hyper-V server, not per CPU socket or core.
Back up selected VMs to an offsite location over the Internet, boosted by WAN Acceleration.
Restore single emails (and other items) directly from MS Exchange Server VM backups.
Remotely manage multiple Hyper-V Hosts, easily and securely.
Using ReverseDelta™ and OnePass Restore™, backing up and restoring VMs with v4 is even faster.
Back up live Hyper-V VMs with zero downtime by leveraging Microsoft’s Hyper-V VSS Writer.
Cluster (CSV) support for larger installations.
Altaro Software is a fast growing developer of easy to use backup solutions targeted towards SMBs. We know Hyper-V inside out (so you don't have to). We understand your needs using this technology and are 100% focused on this platform.
We take pride in the software we develop and our high level of personal customer service and support, and it shows; Founded in 2009, we already serve over 10,000 satisfied customers worldwide. Don't take our word for it - Here's what our customers say about us.
Takes care of all the complex configuration and enables you to back up any Hyper-V VM instance in 5 clicks or less. Easy.
Offsite VM backups with WAN acceleration, Exchange item level restore, CSV support, and more!
Only want to back up and restore one VM instead of the entire host? No problem, the power of choice is yours.