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BDRSuite is the #7 ranked solution in best Backup and Recovery Software, #7 ranked solution in top Disaster Recovery Software, and #8 ranked solution in top Cloud Backup tools. PeerSpot users give BDRSuite an average rating of 8.4 out of 10. BDRSuite is most commonly compared to Veeam Backup & Replication: BDRSuite vs Veeam Backup & Replication. BDRSuite is popular among the large enterprise segment, accounting for 46% of users researching this solution on PeerSpot. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a computer software company, accounting for 22% of all views.
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What is BDRSuite?

Vembu has ventured into the Backup & Disaster Recovery market in 2002. Since then, the only focus is on building a comprehensive data protection solution.

BDRSuite is a Comprehensive & Cost-Effective Backup and Disaster Recovery Software for Small/Medium Businesses, Enterprise Businesses, and Service Providers. 

BDRSuite is designed to protect data across Data Centers/Private Clouds (VMware,
Hyper-V, Windows, Linux, Applications & Databases), Public Clouds (AWS), SaaS Applications (Microsoft 365, Google Workspace), and Endpoints (Windows, Mac).

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Our solutions are extremely affordable and are ideal for businesses of any size, with a tight budget. 

Businesses can save up to 70% on backup costs using BDRSuite compared to the Industry Leader. We offer 24/7 technical support.

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PRICING DETAILS

VMware & Hyper-V VM Backup starts at $1.8/VM/Month 

Windows Server Backup starts at $6/Server/Month 

Linux Server Backup starts at $6/Server/Month 

AWS EC2 Backup starts at $3/Instance/Month 

Microsoft 365 & Google Workspace Backup starts at $1.2/User/Month 

Endpoints Backup starts at $1.5/Endpoint/Month

BDRSuite was previously known as Vembu BDRSuite.

BDRSuite Customers

NASA, Intel, CISCO, PHILIPS, Atos, HEXAWARE, Motorola

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What users are saying about BDRSuite pricing:
  • "Price-wise, it is much cheaper than its counterparts. I like its pricing, and its price is okay. The lesser they take, the more profit we can make, but we are happy with its price. It is very affordable. We were working with a client, and they were looking for backup software and had a very tight budget. When I told them that Vembu is only going to cost around $400 to $500, they were shocked. They didn't believe me, so I showed them the website so that they can check the price themselves. Of course, if they agree to that price, we get a 15% rebate as a managed service provider."
  • "I think it is a good value for the price."
  • "The pricing of Vembu is one of its strong points. The license is not as much as other competitors, and it has a variety of licensing options: subscription-based, perpetual licenses, and a virtual machine license. You can design whatever license that you adopted to your environment, and that can support your environment without extra cost, providing more than you need. So, you can design a license that fits your environment and budget. The pricing is very good and can be used when the budget is tight."
  • "The pricing is good. The tough part is estimating storage needs."
  • "It's very affordable. We are very satisfied with the cost. It's very affordable for us."
  • "Its price is fair, and they still allow perpetual licensing, which is extremely important for us. They also have offline licensing. I am not aware of any costs in addition to the standard licensing fees. In terms of the affordability of the solution for businesses with a tight budget, you aren't going to beat it."
  • "Its price is reasonable as compared to other solutions. There are no additional costs. While increasing the count on the server-side, we have to take care of managing or optimizing the license."
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    Project Manager at TMI DUBAI
    Real User
    Top 20
    Its ease of use and price set it apart from other solutions
    Pros and Cons
    • "Its ease of use and price are most valuable. It is simple and straightforward. Someone who has never used any backup software will easily understand it from the first installation. It is that simple. Price-wise, it is much cheaper than its counterparts."
    • "It would be a great improvement if they can give a console to control the systems. All other vendors let you simply log in to the cloud console and control everything from there, but for Vembu, whether you choose Vembu Cloud Backup or Vembu Disaster Recovery, you still need to install the Vembu software on your on-premise system and configure it from there. It would be great if I can get a cloud console to manage the systems."

    What is our primary use case?

    We are a managed service provider (MSP). We have also started to sell it recently. We have been using this solution at our company, and after testing the product for close to six months, we realized this is a good option moving forward.

    How has it helped my organization?

    We are a managed service provider. For us, this solution is even more beneficial because we can control the licenses, renewals, and other things for customers from a managed service provider's panel, and we get an option to upsell and cross-sell to clients.

    What is most valuable?

    Its ease of use and price are most valuable. It is simple and straightforward. Someone who has never used any backup software will easily understand it from the first installation. It is that simple. Price-wise, it is much cheaper than its counterparts. 

    It also has very less overhead on IT in terms of the product, service, and outcomes. Another good feature is that you don't really have to install any agent on the server side, especially when you are taking Hyper-V backup. We are using Microsoft Hyper-V, and we are taking backup. No agent and other things need to be installed on your machines.

    I have done a couple of restores on a trial basis to check the integrity, and I did not find any issue in terms of the reliability of the restores. It was smooth.

    What needs improvement?

    It would be a great improvement if they can give a console to control the systems. All other vendors let you simply log in to the cloud console and control everything from there, but for Vembu, whether you choose Vembu Cloud Backup or Vembu Disaster Recovery, you still need to install the Vembu software on your on-premise system and configure it from there. It would be great if I can get a cloud console to manage the systems. 

    They can also give an option where if you don't want to install an agent, you can use your own server and manage it, but if you want to manage it from the cloud console, you install the agent. It should be my choice. I should have control when I am sitting at home. I should also have control over the cloud so that I can monitor everything and do whatever I like. If my organization policy does not allow me to do that, then obviously I don't do it, but Vembu should provide such an option.

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    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using this solution for close to six months.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It looks good to me. So far, I haven't found any glitches. It is always there, so it is stable. You run it through the browser, which makes it simple.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    It is scalable. We started with a 30-days trial, and after that, we started using its free version. Today, we upgraded from the free version to the enterprise version. We are also working on putting 10 TB backup on Vembu cloud as well as going ahead with almost eight servers for the disaster recovery offsite. 

    To upgrade from the free version to the enterprise version, I simply had to synchronize the license, and everything was set. You can scale it very easily. You just need to activate the license under your account, and then you can log in to the Vembu console and just synchronize the license, and you're done. If you want to go from an on-premise backup to the cloud, you should have a cloud license. You can then synchronize and configure it. That's it. 

    In terms of the size of the environment, one of the implementations is done for a government organization, and there are around 20 or 25 users with close to 5 terabytes of data and two virtual machines. We don't have plans to increase its usage in the same organization because this is a small subsidiary of a big government office. With the same client, there is nothing more we can do. They have a limited number of users, but we are working on implementing it for other clients.

    How are customer service and support?

    I have used their support, and I had a very good experience. We were basically installing a demo for another client, and they were using 2008. We were getting a particular error while doing the installation, and for that, they needed to reboot the server, but you just cannot reboot the server in a live environment. You need to fix up a time for that. For example, if we have to reboot your servers, we need to schedule it with you, and you will schedule a time for it with your management.

    Vembu's support is available 24/7. They said that whenever we are ready, we should just send them an email, and they will do a remote session with us, which is what precisely happened. When we were ready, I sent them the intimation that we will be ready in about 15 or 20 minutes, and their support guy connected with it and helped us.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    Its ease of use and less price set it apart from other solutions. I have used many solutions, such as Acronis, Veeam, Symantec, Veritas, etc, and all of them are a bit complicated. I found Vembu to be the simplest one. In terms of features, it is similar to others. It has encryption and retention features and multiple backup options that every backup software provides.

    Currently, we are also using Acronis, and slowly, we will be migrating from Acronis to Vembu. It is cheaper in price than Acronis. Of course, Acronis gives other benefits such as patch updates, cybersecurity, ransomware protection, and so on, but people have their firewall, endpoint protection, and antivirus. They don't really need to invest again in something that they don't need. The only thing that they particularly need is a backup solution that is encrypted, so there is no point in protecting them from all these things because they are already protected. If you go for Acronis Cyber Cloud, a client is not going to stop using the firewalls or endpoint protection. There is no point in loading double onto that. It is a good addition for those people who are very specific and know what they want. If you just don't know what to do, then you can go on a shopping spree.

    With Acronis, all you have to do is to install the agent, and then you can control everything from the cloud. Wherever you are, you simply log in to the console, and you have your servers over there, and you can do whatever you feel like. With Vembu, you have to install the Vembu BDR software onto the server, and from there, you can basically dump the DR or a backup onto the cloud.

    How was the initial setup?

    It was very straightforward. You simply install the software, plug in the storage or wherever you want to dump that, and create a profile. That's it. These were the three steps, and of course, the fourth one was to activate the free software. You can start with the full-fledged version after 30 days. You can convert the trial version into the free version, which is available online. It is easy. 

    Its initial installation took less than an hour. This includes downloading and setting it up.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Price-wise, it is much cheaper than its counterparts. I like its pricing, and its price is okay. The lesser they take, the more profit we can make, but we are happy with its price.

    It is very affordable. We were working with a client, and they were looking for backup software and had a very tight budget. When I told them that Vembu is only going to cost around $400 to $500, they were shocked. They didn't believe me, so I showed them the website so that they can check the price themselves. Of course, if they agree to that price, we get a 15% rebate as a managed service provider.

    You choose the type of license you want. There are two types of licenses. One is a subscription license, and the other one is a perpetual license. If you go for a perpetual license, next year, if you want, you can renew the support. It is up to our clients whether they want to renew the support or not. They have an option. They also have an option to go for a subscription.

    What other advice do I have?

    Every IT scenario differs from others. It is a good product, and just give it a shot. If it fits your organization, you will save a lot.

    I have been in IT for over 25 years, and I had never heard about this software. I came across this through a consultant who was also working for a government organization. They asked us to install the free Vembu backup software, and I wondered which is this solution. I checked their website, downloaded the software, and installed it for the first time. I was amazed why there is no marketing for this. I get so many marketing emails and other things, but I never got any email related to Vembu. I also didn't come across it while doing research on the internet.

    We have been using this solution for only six months. There are many features that we haven't used, but whatever has been phased out and tested was okay. We haven't yet used Vembu to back up Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, or AWS, and we also haven't used Vembu's Download VM to help in migrating physical machines to a VM environment. Similarly, we haven't used its Instant Boot VM feature for instant access to VMs or physical machines after a crash. 

    It provides multiple options to recover data during hardware failures or accidental deletion of files, but I haven't tested this option. Having such a feature is a good addition because if some resources are not there, you can restore your data to different ones. We will definitely be using Vembu's data integrity check feature after the enterprise installation.

    I would rate Vembu BDR Suite an eight out of 10.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    On-premises
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    Thank you for the feedback.


    We now provide a basic multi-tenancy feature in the Vembu BDR Suite. We are working on comprehensive multi-tenancy features to address requirements like you've mentioned, which we plan to release after our upcoming release - Vembu BDR Suite v5.0.


    For further updates or queries, please get in touch with our team through vembu-support@vembu.com

    Network Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
    Real User
    Top 20
    Provides multiple options to recover data during hardware failures or accidental deletion of files
    Pros and Cons
    • "We have seen ROI. The real return is when something bad happens. All the proof of concept work that we did, all the testing we did, it all panned out for us. We're already seeing a return on that."
    • "We do a lot of internal automation, so the Vembu API definitely has some gaps. The Vembu API could definitely use some improvement. We do rely a lot on automation outside of just the regular interface. We've noticed that the Vembu GUI is good, but we do leverage the APIs for a lot of stuff, and there's definitely some room for improvement there."

    What is our primary use case?

    We're deploying it to support the backup of some on-premise VMware vSphere workloads.

    How has it helped my organization?

    Vembu has been a great benefit to us and it's been very positive. I would definitely say it's been a good thing.

    What is most valuable?

    We're using some very specific components of it like the on-prem backup to back up some separate systems for DR.

    The restores have been reliable. We went through testing validation and we haven't had any issues.

    We just started to use Vembu's Data Integrity Check. We need to validate the backups to see that they're able to be restored. This feature is pretty important. It's a big deal.

    The restores have performed very well but our infrastructure is highly connected. Our infrastructure is the way it was before. We have a 10-gigabit infrastructure. So the performance of our backups has occurred the same as it did before, and it's been very good. We haven't noticed any difference between what we were doing before and with Vembu now.

    It's important to us that Vembu provides multiple options to recover data during hardware failures or accidental deletion of files. But it's not critical because we back up the entire environment. So if we had a problem, we pull back the entire system. There's only a couple of instances where we pull back individual files. Being able to recover the entire virtual machine is the most important piece.

    We used the Instant Boot VM feature for instant access to our VMs when we did the testing, but it's not necessarily something that I think is going to be an absolute requirement for us. It would be important if we lost everything

    What needs improvement?

    We do a lot of internal automation, so the Vembu API definitely has some gaps. The Vembu API could definitely use some improvement. We do rely a lot on automation outside of just the regular interface. We've noticed that the Vembu GUI is good, but we do leverage the APIs for a lot of stuff, and there's definitely some room for improvement there.

    When it comes to the GUI, it could use some UI modifications to make it a little bit easier to navigate, filter, and sort information.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    We just made the purchase. We just went through the evaluation and we purchased it in the last two months.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    So far, it has been very stable for us. We haven't had any problems.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    We're not a big shop. We don't scale to thousands and thousands of workloads, but it's scaled very well for the things that we've needed to do.

    We're 100% into Vembu right now. I don't know that we'll be looking to do anything more. That all depends on what the infrastructure requires of us, but right now it's working very well. I don't think we're going to scale out and do Hyper-V, Office 365, or any of that stuff, at least not right now. If that does become a need, we'll be using Vembu for that because we know it can do that kind of work, but right now that's not in scope for us.

    We have a little over 150-some odd workloads, virtual machines, and we have six hosts. Spread across six hosts, we have 150 workloads. It's not a big environment.

    How are customer service and technical support?

    Technical support was very good. We engaged them. They did respond very quickly. We were able to get them in and work through the issues that were there. They did have to go back to the team a couple of times to get some answers for us, but it was certainly no more than one business day between them going back, figuring out what's going on, and getting back with us. They were very good.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    We did use another solution but it was for the exact same kind of thing that we're using Vembu for.

    It worked fine for a while but the updates weren't happening on a regular basis and the product wasn't moving forward the way that we wanted it to. Vembu has a lot more time under its belt in terms of development and whatnot. It turned out to be a much better solution for us.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial setup was very straightforward.

    Vembu has two options for deployment, Windows or Linux, and so we had looked at both options. Both options for setup and configuration were pretty straightforward. There were some bugs that needed to be worked out, so we had to engage the Vembu support team. That team engaged very quickly and worked diligently to get the issues resolved. There were two or three things that needed to be addressed. Ultimately, we chose to go down the path of Windows deployment for Vembu, not necessarily because there were problems with the Linux platform, but because the Windows platform seemed to work better for us for some of the automation that we're doing. Overall, it was very good. 

    The initial proof of concept to deployment was about a two-month venture for us. It was not very long.

    Three people were required for the deployment. We're all engineers and I have the decision-making ability.

    What was our ROI?

    We have seen ROI. The real return is when something bad happens. All the proof of concept work that we did, all the testing we did, it all panned out for us. We're already seeing a return on that.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    They do have a pretty good breakdown online. Their product detail and data sheets and all that kind of stuff listed out pretty well what it does. So we knew right away that it was going to probably align with what we needed to do. It was pretty easy for us to understand how well it was going to be aligned.

    I think it's priced well. Obviously, we're happy with the pricing.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    There were a number of different technologies we looked at. They were all the same basic feature functionality that we were looking for. In some cases, it was the price. A couple of the products that we were looking at are more than twice the cost of Vembu. We're not a big environment so to pay twice the amount of money for effectively the same solution just didn't make a lot of sense for us. There are some less expensive solutions too but they didn't offer some of the automation that we needed. They didn't offer an API. They didn't offer as easy a path to getting into Vembu as Vembu offered. Vembu wasn't the least expensive and they weren't the most expensive, but it did align with what we needed. And a lot of what we needed was VMware and vSphere backups, automation, those kinds of things, and we felt that Vembu was the way to go.

    We do have a tight budget. We're not a big shop or environment. It was very affordable. The cost was a big deal but it was very affordable for us.

    What other advice do I have?

    Look at it to align it with what you need it to do. See if it is well aligned with the way your infrastructure operates and the needs that you have with what Vembu can offer. Obviously price and budget are concerns, but I think that initially, it has to meet your needs. You're not going to go out and buy something that only gives you half of what you need. It's really all about evaluating the business needs first.

    I would rate Vembu an eight out of ten.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    On-premises
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    Thank you for the feedback. Good to know that our product has met all your backup requirements. 


    We have improved the Vembu BDR Suite user interface for the best user experience and added more APIs, which will be available in our next release v5.0. For any updates or queries, kindly get in touch with our team through vembu-support@vembu.com.

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    IT Manager at a non-tech company with 1-10 employees
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    Enables us to instantly recover our data and the backup or replication scheduling options work as intended
    Pros and Cons
    • "Adding and removing backup jobs using BDRSuite is easy and also includes great documentation."
    • "The product is co-branded, not white-labeled."

    What is our primary use case?

    BDRSuite is used for workstation backup to the cloud.

    How has it helped my organization?

    BDRSuite enables us to instantly recover our data. It is essential for our organization to be able to recover data instantly.

    It is important that BDRSuite provides multiple restore points for recovering data on a granular level.

    While the solution's incremental backup processing is a nice feature, it is not essential for our needs. We use the solution primarily for disaster recovery. This means that if there is a breach or we need to restore our systems quickly, we can do so without losing any data. This is more important to me than being able to recover individual files. In fact, we have not had a single request to recover a single file in the past year. What is important to me is that we can recover from an organizational breach quickly. We have had some bad ransomware attacks in the past, and we need to be able to get our systems back up and running as soon as possible.

    BDRSuite's backup or replication scheduling options work as intended.

    Adding and removing backup jobs using BDRSuite is easy and also includes great documentation.

    BDRSuite's comprehensiveness is great because it can back up and recover virtual, physical, and cloud workloads, endpoints, applications, and databases.

    BDRSuite's comprehensive backup coverage allows us to now offer a single solution for all of our customers' needs. We have customers with Linux servers running CentOS, as well as customers with file-level, image-level, and cloud backups to Microsoft 365, AWS, and Google. By bringing all of these capabilities together in one platform, we can provide our customers with a more efficient and cost-effective way to protect their data.

    What is most valuable?

    Most backup applications are similar in terms of their features and functionality. However, BDRSuite stands out from the competition because it offers its services at a significantly lower price. This makes it an excellent value for businesses of all sizes.

    What needs improvement?

    The product is co-branded, not white-labeled. I am concerned that we are providing a robust solution for our customers, but by letting them see that we use Vembu, we are also letting them know that they can go get their backups themselves once their contract with us ends. This could cut into our profits, as they may then ask us to manage their backups for them. 

    In order to prevent this, we have to manage everything ourselves. For example, if a customer wants a Firestore backup, we have to manage it on their behalf and give them the option to select the date and time range for the backup. Then, our help desk has to go in and restore the backup themselves. If the product were white labeled, we could simply give the customer access to the platform and let them handle the restore themselves. This is not a major problem at the moment, as we have not had any file recovery tickets. However, the fact that it is a possibility means that we have to maintain the ability to handle it. This is not a deal breaker, as we still use Vembu and are working on onboarding more of our stack and infrastructure to use it. However, I do wish that BDRSuite offered a white-labeled service.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using BDRSuite for six months.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    I give BDRSuite a ten out of ten for stability.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    I give BDRSuite a ten out of ten for scalability.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    We previously used NinjaOne but switched to BDRSuite due to its lower cost. NinjaOne charged $40 per terabyte, while others charged only $4.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial setup is simple. We used our RMM to push the agent to the server. Once the agent was configured on the server, it started working.

    Once the service is configured, we add a user account and push the agent. This is all part of the onboarding process. It takes between five and fifteen minutes to add the account and add the users to the account, either on the server or on the console. Once the users are added, the agent is pushed automatically to the endpoints. I deploy the solution for our clients.

    What about the implementation team?

    I implement the solution for our clients.

    What was our ROI?

    We used to pay $3 per agent. Now we pay about $0.50 per agent. On average, storage costs $4 per terabyte. Over time, we will see a significant return on investment for our organizations and our clients.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    The cloud service is comparable to other services on the market. In fact, it is probably a little more expensive but it includes six terabytes of storage space. The on-premises version requires more work from us. We have to use an agent or set up a server to run the backups. However, I think it is a good value for the price.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    We evaluated Veeam Backup & Replication and other typical solutions. We happened to come across BDRSuite through a Google search. It sounded too good to be true, so I started with a trial. BDRSuite worked so well that we decided to use it.

    What other advice do I have?

    I give BDRSuite a ten out of ten.

    We are the Managed Service Provider. We use Vembu to provide the service for us. We have multiple Remote Management tools that provide a backup option. Currently, we use the RMM for more robust customers who pay for our larger packages. We use them because it has worked out for us. For example, if they have a cloud presence, such as 365 or Google Workspace, then we will use them. If they only have workstations, then we will use our RMM. It really depends on how we sell to the customer and what they choose to have. But we manage all of this.

    Organizations with a tight budget can use Vembu, an affordable backup and disaster recovery solution. However, they will need to have a technical point of contact on-site to manage the solution. This is because business people typically do not have the knowledge or skills to install, configure, or restore backups. For example, they may not know how to set up an AWS bucket. Having a technical point of contact on-site can help ensure that the solution is properly installed and configured and that backups are restored quickly and efficiently in the event of a disaster.

    The maintenance is minimal. I simply check to make sure everything is running as expected.

    For someone thinking about switching to Vembu but concerned about the cost of implementing the solution I would say, cost is not an issue. If we are talking to an MSP, I would recommend making a change. If we are talking to a business provider, the business is not the issue. The technical point of contact will be the issue. If they have the technical expertise, in other words, I would say go ahead and make the switch to Vembu. If they do not have the technical expertise, then the issue will be finding a technical point of contact who can input and push the change for them. Once they have added that in place, then I would say make the change. An organization can always have an expert set the solution up and then leave them to maintain Vembu on their own using the documentation. They can reserve tech support for any hypothetical issues. I would say that may be a good route for a budget-conscious person.

    It is important to have a technical point of contact before trying to implement the solution for the first time.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    Private Cloud

    If public cloud, private cloud, or hybrid cloud, which cloud provider do you use?

    Amazon Web Services (AWS)
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    You can restore all your data or specific parts of it
    Pros and Cons
    • "You can restore all your data or partial parts of it. You can restore a specific version of the data. It has a lot of options for restore, so you can have the correct data that you want to restore. This is very important. You must know what you are going to restore. Otherwise, you may be overwriting correct data with other data. You must know what specific files you are restoring as well as which version. Partial restore is very important because there might be some files which are newer than the backup and some files that are corrupted. You need to restore some files from the backup, but not all the files."
    • "Maybe they can add some features regarding working with the vCenter cluster to be able to have more power over the cluster overall, not just over a single or specific host. Also, I would like some enhancements in technology for the web interface, e.g., some interactive technologies to advance the interface of Vembu. Although the current interface is very good, maybe they can use more advanced technologies for its web development."

    What is our primary use case?

    Mainly, we use it for our backup recovery. If you have relevant data, we need to make backups similar to the data to ensure that we can export it in the case of any emergency or disaster. The main use case is disaster recovery for relevant data to be able to survive after any disaster.

    I have two deployments. One of them is Hyper-V deployment with backup for Hyper-V virtual machines. The other one with backup for the Vembu virtual infrastructure version. Both of them are on-premises. There is nothing on the cloud.

    How has it helped my organization?

    All our clients have been happy with the backup and restore features.

    What is most valuable?

    It is easy. You can save a lot with their features, without a lot of hassle. You can design your backups closely and flexibly without a lot of details or variables. It is very straightforward. You can put what you want in the right place in a very short amount of time.

    The speed of the solution’s restores is good. It is dependent on the infrastructure and the nature of the connection between the storage and servers. Overall, it is good. There are no problems when using it.

    You can restore all your data or partial parts of it. You can restore a specific version of the data. It has a lot of options for restore, so you can have the correct data that you want to restore. This is very important. You must know what you are going to restore. Otherwise, you may be overwriting correct data with other data. You must know what specific files you are restoring as well as which version. Partial restore is very important because there might be some files which are newer than the backup and some files that are corrupted. You need to restore some files from the backup, but not all the files.

    We have the VM replication. We can copy a VM to another host with VM replication.

    What needs improvement?

    Maybe they can add some features regarding working with the vCenter cluster to be able to have more power over the cluster overall, not just over a single or specific host. Also, I would like some enhancements in technology for the web interface, e.g., some interactive technologies to advance the interface of Vembu. Although the current interface is very good, maybe they can use more advanced technologies for its web development.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using it for about a year.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    For the entire time that I have used Vembu, I didn't encounter any issues. It is very consistent and nothing failed nor was corrupted. 

    I have three people trained on the solution, and the main person is leading the support. They are IT specialists. The role of backup administrator is assigned to them. They keep track of the backup operations done daily or weekly. If something needs to be restored, they are responsible for restoring it.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Scalability is good.

    I am backing up two environments: Hyper-V and VMware. One of them is about 40 VMs, and the other about 60 to 65 VMs, supported by three machines that are dual sockets each.

    How are customer service and technical support?

    The main component in the backup solutions is compatibility. The backup is located on the hard disk, and I didn't face any corruption of data, which is very valuable. When something happens as an error, there is technical support who gives us the reason why this error is emerging. In most of the cases, the errors are emerging from the operating systems in which you are trying to back up. Sometimes, the client refuses to connect, etc. All this is under control and can easily be solved.

    I refer a lot to the knowledge base on the website, which is very good. I haven't needed to contact support persons interactively. 

    How was the initial setup?

    I tried to install it twice on Linux just for testing, and I succeeded, but it was picky sometimes, because there are a lot of options with command line interface. So, it was a challenge to get it to work on many operating systems. However, on Windows, the setup was very straightforward and no problem at all.

    Using Windows to deploy takes not more than five minutes. It is very fast. For Linux, it takes about half an hour to an hour, according to the problems that we would face.

    We tried to restore it mainly on the physical machines, not virtual. The hardware that it is deployed on is very reliable. We faced problems on the backup machine itself. The machine, which functions to store the data, must be very reliable. You also need to keep it away from any disaster or security exposure.

    What about the implementation team?

    I did contact their technical guys for some technical discussions before we deployed one of the instances that we used. They were very good and helpful.

    What was our ROI?

    Manually restores or restores from manual backups are very hard. They take some time. Restoring from a platform software, like Vembu, makes things very easier, particularly the speed to restore which version, which state, and to where. So, you speed up the overall operation by 20% to 25%.

    The ROI is very good because you have the safety of being protected by backing up your data a lot. If an incident happens, then we can restore valuable data, save a lot of money, and preserve the continuity of the business. This is a big benefit which provides a lot of value. 

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    The pricing of Vembu is one of its strong points. The license is not as much as other competitors, and it has a variety of licensing options: subscription-based, perpetual licenses, and a virtual machine license. You can design whatever license that you adopted to your environment, and that can support your environment without extra cost, providing more than you need. So, you can design a license that fits your environment and budget. The pricing is very good and can be used when the budget is tight.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    I used Veeam software for a while, but as a trial. I didn't support it because their prices are very high. I think Vembu provides the most resolution for our backups.

    I use the Microsoft Windows Backup tool sometimes. However, it feels like a very heavy tool, not a sophisticated tool.

    I know that there are features that are more advanced with other competitors, but those are not needed often.

    What other advice do I have?

    I used Vembu's Data Integrity Check once when doing an integrity check for the backup. If I have doubts that the backup is good or bad, it might be good for that, but I haven't used it a lot.

    I encouraged you very much to engage with Vembu. Vembu is a really good software. I was convinced to use the company and software the first time that I saw it. I recommend it to everyone I know. It is a very powerful backup solution with a good price.

    I would rate it as nine out of 10.

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    Thank you for your feedback. Good to know that our product has met all your backup requirements. For any updates or queries, you can reach our team through vembu-support@vembu.com.

    IT Director at a marketing services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
    Real User
    Top 20
    Moving to cloud backups eliminated the need for clients to change USB drives or worry about drives being stored offsite
    Pros and Cons
    • "Moving to cloud backups eliminated the need for clients to change USB drives or worry about drives being stored offsite."
    • "I have had issues with new client registrations. There are frequent connectivity issues to the cloud servers. Multiple times, I have had to prove to support that it wasn’t a problem on my end. It always works out in the end, but it is troubling to have the same issues repeated across different clients. Issues eventually get escalated to the cloud team and are mysteriously resolved with no changes on my end."

    What is our primary use case?

    Vembu has been a great solution for my smaller clients who don’t need a lot of storage. The entry price is excellent for small businesses who want to use cloud backups.

    I have 8 clients currently using Vembu Cloud BDR.

    How has it helped my organization?

    Moving to cloud backups eliminated the need for clients to change USB drives or worry about drives being stored offsite.

    I can restore through the Vembu client or pull the file from anywhere via the browser. So far, it has been adequate in meeting my clients' needs.

    What is most valuable?

    There are a lot of cloud backup solutions that can handle documents, spreadsheets, PDFs, and pictures, but they are more limited for those who need cloud backups for applications like SQL. 

    What needs improvement?

    I have had issues with new client registrations. There are frequent connectivity issues to the cloud servers. Multiple times, I have had to prove to support that it wasn’t a problem on my end. It always works out in the end, but it is troubling to have the same issues repeated across different clients. Issues eventually get escalated to the cloud team and are mysteriously resolved with no changes on my end. I don’t know if it is an AWS issue, capacity issue, or something else. However, it is concerning for clients when they get several failure notices for their backups, though through retrying the job was eventually successful.

    It can still mature in some ways. The agent interface can be improved and the portal could be more informative.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using Vembu Cloud BDR with clients since 2019.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    I have had no issues doing restores. Throughput on restored data is an issue for some other cloud backup solutions. However, I have never had an issue with Vembu Cloud BDR.

    How are customer service and support?

    We have always gotten to a solution eventually. Sometimes, it takes some time though. 

    I had an issue that had to be escalated to the cloud team that was only available 9 to 5 local India time. Having to stay up for a support call at 2 AM (my time) was frustrating. I had to pursue it to prove a new client registration issue was not a problem on my end. Not being believed by support and having to go to that extreme should not have been necessary. I was correct in the end, as they eventually found an issue on the Vembu client provisioning side. I think the whole situation could have been handled better.

    Most of my issues were resolved, but there is rarely anything on my end that needs to be fixed. Most resolutions say something like, “We detected a problem on our servers and took steps to resolve the issue.” Then, things start working again. While we get a resolution, I don’t have much visibility into what was done. Since we generally get there eventually, I will rate the technical support as seven out of 10.

    How would you rate customer service and support?

    Neutral

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    Mozy used to be the major player in this market space. Mozy’s demise, with its purchase by Carbonite, left a void for a solution that could handle SQL cloud backups and meet small business needs. Vembu Cloud BDR has been filling this void for my small clients for a few years now.

    I have clients that have used many solutions. For those who switched to Vembu Cloud BDR, most are coming from Carbonite (originally Mozy) or Backup Exec with local storage.

    How was the initial setup?

    It is straightforward when it works. I have had issues a couple times with new client registrations.

    Deployment takes less than an hour.

    My implementation strategy is to register the cloud account, install the client agent, configure the jobs, and then run.

    What about the implementation team?

    I deploy and maintain the solution.

    What was our ROI?

    Backups are like an insurance policy. You pay for the protection and hope you don’t need it. You don’t really expect a return, just security if needed.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    The pricing is good. The tough part is estimating storage needs.

    We used to be able to license regular PCs at no cost. We just paid for storage. The recent addition of the workstation license has changed that. For clients who use Vembu Cloud BDR for backup of remote user laptops, they now have licenses that they need to buy in addition to their server license.

    The solution has excellent affordability for businesses with tight budgets.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    I checked up on just about every cloud backup solution that I could find. This solution provides SQL application backups with a good entry point for small businesses.

    What other advice do I have?

    It is a good value. While there have been some issues, that happens with any solution. Vembu Cloud BDR is a good entry product for small clients and can also scale to larger environments. I have not seen anything that diminishes its value.

    Restore speed has been fine. Luckily, I have not had to do a complete restore, only occasional files or an SQL database.

    Most clients were using local USB drives for backup storage prior to moving to Vembu Cloud BDR. Speed of restores was not an issue coming from a local source. The only clients who have seen an increase were those that previously were using another cloud backup provider that has notoriously slow restore throughput.

    I will increase usage as client needs dictate.

    I would rate it as eight out of 10. 

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    Public Cloud
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    Top 10
    Cost-effective, gives multiple restore points, and supports various types of backups
    Pros and Cons
    • "The most useful feature is that you can back up the virtual machines in different ways. You can back up from a vhost, and you can also back up from a Windows server. It doesn't matter what type of infrastructure or hypervisor is there. It's very flexible, which is its most useful feature for us."
    • "The response time of the support could be improved a little bit. Sometimes, I need to wait for two or three hours to get support. With VMware, we can get urgent support in an hour. Other than that, I'm pretty good with BDRSuite."

    What is our primary use case?

    I use it to back up the virtual machines running on VMware ESXi. I also use it for backing up Windows Server. I don't use it for Microsoft 365. I have a daily backup, and I also have a monthly backup to capture all the data and changes.

    I started with version 3.0, and now, it's version 5.3.

    How has it helped my organization?

    The backup window is very reasonable. Recovery is also easier. We have scheduled incremental and full backups, and it helps a lot with our infrastructure. I feel comfortable running this in the virtual environment.

    We can instantly recover data. This instant recovery is very important because there are some files we need to recover immediately. We can easily recover a single file or folder. That's a very helpful feature.

    It provides multiple restore options for recovering data in a granular manner. We have daily and monthly backups, and sometimes, we need to go back, not just to yesterday. We have multiple restore points, and we can just select one from the menu. It's a very easy and very important feature.

    We are running the daily incremental backups. They've reduced the backup window. These incremental backups are very important because we cannot do the full backup during the weekdays.

    When it comes to backup scheduling, similar to all backup solutions, it provides scheduling options. We just can't do backups manually. We have pre-configured it with the daily incremental and monthly backups.

    It isn't hard to add and remove backup jobs using BDRSuite. You select a machine or a hard disk, and then you can go to the next step and schedule the backup. That's it. I don't need to open the interface every day. I schedule the backup, and I just receive the notification message in my mailbox. That's it. As long as I see a successful message, I'm fine. I just let it run.

    Provisioning disks for restoration is easy. You can just select a disk, and you just recover. They'll provision the disk for you.

    What is most valuable?

    The most useful feature is that you can back up the virtual machines in different ways. You can back up from a vhost, and you can also back up from a Windows server. It doesn't matter what type of infrastructure or hypervisor is there. It's very flexible, which is its most useful feature for us.

    What needs improvement?

    The response time of the support could be improved a little bit. Sometimes, I need to wait for two or three hours to get support. With VMware, we can get urgent support in an hour.  Other than that, I'm pretty good with BDRSuite.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    It has been more than three years.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It's very stable. I'd rate it a nine out of ten in terms of stability.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    I don't have too much experience with scalability because our infrastructure didn't change too much. 

    How are customer service and support?

    I'd like to get quicker technical support for urgent issues. Sometimes, it took longer than I expected. For example, I expect support in one hour, but they may get in touch with me within two or three hours. That has happened twice last year, but it doesn't always happen. I'd rate them a nine out of ten.

    How would you rate customer service and support?

    Positive

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    We were previously using Veeam Backup. Their features are a little bit different, but they both are doing the same thing. 

    We switched because my manager wanted to try this option. The Veeam Backup costs more than Vembu. They also don't support some editions of ESXi, whereas Vembu BDRSuite supports all the versions and all the editions.

    How was the initial setup?

    It was straightforward. It was set up a long time ago. There was no big change after that. We just upgraded to the latest version.

    What about the implementation team?

    I implemented it along with the support person. I searched on the web to select the vendor.

    It doesn't require much maintenance from our side. There are just patch updates, and they don't happen during the backup window. They do not affect production. It's good.

    What was our ROI?

    I'm not sure. It might have been in less than a year. It's cost-effective. It didn't cost too much. We are completely satisfied with the cost.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    It's very affordable. We are very satisfied with the cost. It's very affordable for us.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    We didn't evaluate any other solution.

    What other advice do I have?

    I'd advise running the trial of on-premise and online versions to see what's the difference. In the initial setup, you may need to adjust some services or the local backup storage called the repository. Test it first and make sure it's working. There are so many backup tools in the market. You can't just read the white paper to do the selection.

    Overall, I'd rate BDRSuite a nine out of ten.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    On-premises
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    Simple, application-aware, and adaptable to our business model with perpetual and offline licensing
    Pros and Cons
    • "The best thing about it is that it has been adaptable to our business model. We are in industrial networking, and they were adaptable to give us offline installers and offline licenses. That has been the biggest thing. They also allow us to order the licenses on a perpetual basis."
    • "Windows 10 does not have application-aware backups. From my point of view, that's what's existing needs improvement."

    What is our primary use case?

    We use Vembu to back up and replicate virtual machines. We run virtual machines using VMware ESXi, and we back up and replicate our virtual machines.

    How has it helped my organization?

    The best thing about it is that it has been adaptable to our business model. We are in industrial networking, and they were adaptable to give us offline installers and offline licenses. That has been the biggest thing. They also allow us to order the licenses on a perpetual basis.

    What is most valuable?

    Backup and replications are most valuable. It seems that these servers are better because we can do application-aware backups on them. 

    What needs improvement?

    Windows 10 does not have application-aware backups. From my point of view, that's what's existing needs improvement. 

    Something that I would like to see them do is an on-premise immutable solution.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    It's probably getting close to about a year mark.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    There are some bugs but not major ones.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    From my point of view, it can handle as many VMs as I'm going to see. We have pretty small sites. We range from 3 virtual machines to probably 20, and I feel confident that it could handle as many as we needed.

    There are five or six users who are currently using this solution. They are members of the network team here at my company. They are network engineers or network admins.

    We have plans to increase its usage. Currently, we have a lot of existing sites that are using a different solution, and their licenses are still good. In the future I see us expanding more. As long as Vembu keeps the same business model, I do see us using the product more.

    How are customer service and support?

    For the most part, they're responsive. There has never been a time when we opened a ticket and didn't hear from them for days. They're usually pretty quick to respond. We provide them with what they need, and they normally give us an answer whether we like the answer or not. Overall, they're responsive, and they at least give us an answer. I would rate them a nine out of ten.

    How would you rate customer service and support?

    Positive

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    We previously used Veeam, and we made the switch due to the change in their licensing. They don't do perpetual licensing anymore. They're going to a subscription-based model, which doesn't fit with our business model.

    How was the initial setup?

    It was straightforward. The setup is pretty intuitive. We don't need to follow a whole bunch of technical documentation in order to set it up at a site and set up the jobs. The user interface is friendly, and even for offline licenses, they provided a simple document on how to do that. That's straightforward as well. 

    Its setup probably took 10 to 20 minutes.

    What about the implementation team?

    We did it on our own.

    What was our ROI?

    So far, we haven't had any actual disaster situations where we've had to use the restore, but overall, we have got a return on investment. It's doing so far what we want it to do.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Its price is fair, and they still allow perpetual licensing, which is extremely important for us. They also have offline licensing.

    I am not aware of any costs in addition to the standard licensing fees. In terms of the affordability of the solution for businesses with a tight budget, you aren't going to beat it.

    I didn't have any initial expectations of the solution based on its pricing. I found Vembu by just searching for solutions, and I didn't really have an expectation, but it can be said that Vembu has been better than my initial expectation. Its price is definitely fair.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    I tested at least five or six different ones. We're in industrial networking, which is very different from a corporate IT network. First and foremost, the thing that I liked about Vembu was the licensing model, and the second thing was its simplicity. All we do is backup and replications, and they have a product that focuses on that without having this big ugly interface with multiple options that we don't even use.

    What other advice do I have?

    I haven't fully tested all the other bells and whistles on it, but for backup and replications, it's simple, and it does the job. It does exactly what we want it to.

    I haven't had to test restores a whole lot, but initially, I tested it, and the restores were fine. They were what I would expect. They were not crazy fast but also not slow. It has not increased or decreased the speed of restores from our previous software. It's about the same.

    I'm glad Vembu exists because, for bigger companies like Veeam, it's good that there is competition. That way they can't fully control this market. Vembu is a solution that is more friendly to actual businesses and small businesses.

    I would rate it an eight out of ten.

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    Project Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
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    Provides the ability to map a drive and is helpful for backup, restoration, and license management
    Pros and Cons
    • "The ability to map a drive and restore a separate file is most valuable. The restoration activity is good."
    • "They need to improve their marketing because not many people are aware of it. People ask me what is Vembu, and I have to explain to them it is a good tool for backup and other things."

    What is our primary use case?

    We are using it for the backup of our VMs and restoration activity. We are deploying some new technologies for which we would be able to use the features of Vembu.

    How has it helped my organization?

    It has been very helpful for data backup and restoration and license management. License management and everything else works smoothly, which is very useful for us.

    Its restores are nice and reliable. They are fast and smooth. As compared to other tools, they are 80% faster. The speed of the restores also depends on my network. We have less than 10 gigs of speed.

    It provides multiple options to recover data during hardware failures or accidental deletion of files. They have many options to restore the data. We tested them during the DR last December. Having multiple ways to restore the service and data is very useful.

    Its download VM feature is useful in migrating physical machines to our VMware environment. There were no challenges in doing that through the GUI. It was user-friendly.

    What is most valuable?

    The ability to map a drive and restore a separate file is most valuable. The restoration activity is good.

    The data integrity check features are useful during the restoration activity. At the time of restoration, we are also checking the DR plan.

    What needs improvement?

    We haven't yet checked its compatibility with the new technologies in the market, such as Nutanix. It would be good if any new technology can also accommodate Vembu.

    They need to improve their marketing because not many people are aware of it. People ask me what is Vembu, and I have to explain to them it is a good tool for backup and other things. 

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using this solution for more than three years.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    Its stability is good. Its reliability is good when we have VMware and Linux VMs. It works smoothly.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Its scalability is dependent on the number of licenses that you purchase. Currently, we have 10 to 15 engineers and project managers who use this solution.

    It is being used extensively. We are using only Vembu for the backup part. So, our core data depends on this solution. We have around 20 VMs, and we are taking backups of almost 100 GB of file server data. We might increase its usage in the future. Some of the people approached us to go for a new tool, but I explained to them the features that it offers. We don't have any plans to move to another solution.

    How are customer service and technical support?

    Vembu team is giving excellent support to us. They provide 24/7 support. We can reach out to them at any point in time. They are able to address and give proper support for our queries. I would rate them a 10 out of 10.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    My organization was using another solution previously. I have used Symantec backup and other tools in my previous organization. All these tools are more or less the same.

    How was the initial setup?

    It was already installed when I joined this organization.

    What was our ROI?

    We have seen an ROI in terms of reliability. When we invest in a backup solution for infrastructure backup, it should work at critical times. With Vembu, I am able to restore data quickly without any issues.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Its price is reasonable as compared to other solutions. There are no additional costs.

    While increasing the count on the server-side, we have to take care of managing or optimizing the license.

    What other advice do I have?

    We have not used Vembu's instant boot VM feature for instant access to our VMs or physical machines after a crash. We have also not used Vembu for the backup for Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, or AWS.

    I would rate Vembu BDR Suite a 10 out of 10. It is a good tool for backup, replication, and restoration. Everything is good in this solution.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    On-premises
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