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SEP sesam Bare System Recovery for Linux

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System administrators that manage lots of systems know that storage devices in the machines/servers fail time and again. According to Google System Labs every week around 140.000 hard drives fail suddenly and thereby destroy many Peta-bytes of data.

Restarting is easy with SEP sesam systems BSR. Just replace the broken machine or the broken data storage with a new one and SEP sesam BSR restores your complete system.

All system adjustments and user files are installed on your Linux server after the recovery.

Fast Recovery
System recovery takes between 10-30 minutes depending on the data volume and the hardware-and network-performance.

Reliability
SEP sesam Bare System Recovery for Linux machines is based on the products SEP sesam ONE and SUSE Linux Enterprise and was created with Novell’s SUSE Studio.

With this disaster recovery appliance SEP AG offers a solution that offers fully automatic recovery for Linux systems.

The update service of SUSE Linux enterprise makes it possible to use current drivers for the server hardware, e.g. for SCSI and RAID-Systems.

SEP sesam is being used in 38 countries worldwide in order to recover destroyed IT systems as quickly as possible. SEP sesam is certified by Novell and many other IT systems and is distributed worldwide together with SEP Bare System Recovery.

If you’d like to learn more, simply click on htt://sepusa.com or contact us via email at info@sepusa.com

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