Veritas System Recovery Overview

Veritas System Recovery is the #11 ranked solution of our top Disaster Recovery Software. It's rated 5.0 out of 5 stars, and is most commonly compared to Veritas Backup Exec: Veritas System Recovery vs Veritas Backup Exec

What is Veritas System Recovery?

Veritas System Recovery 18 delivers superior backup and disaster recovery for servers, desktops, and laptops with a single unified solution that enables businesses to recover from downtime or disasters in minutes. With patented Restore Anyware technology, IT administrators can rapidly restore exactly what they need, when and where they need it - including entire physical and virtual machines to bare metal or dissimilar hardware as well as files, folders, and granular application objects. Unlike other technologies, Veritas System Recovery also provides cross-platform Physical to-Virtual (P2V), Virtual-to-Virtual (V2V), and Virtual to-Physical (V2P) recoveries, making it the perfect complement to physical and virtual environments.

Veritas System Recovery is also known as Veritas System Recovery 18, System Recovery 18, System Recovery.

Veritas System Recovery Buyer's Guide

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Veritas System Recovery Customers

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Sampsa Jokinen
System Specialist at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Oct 18, 2018
This solution enables me to restore an image. It needs an easier interface.

What is our primary use case?

The primary use case is that we take an image of the whole server, whether it's virtual or physical and then in case it's needed, restore the whole image.

Pros and Cons

  • You can back up the whole image.
  • It needs an easier interface.
  • The reliability is sometimes lacking.