Carbonite Migrate allows you to easily migrate physical, virtual and cloud workloads to and from any environment with minimal risk and near-zero downtime. Options for finely tuned automation help orchestrate every stage of the process.
• Replicate data continuously to minimize downtime and enable fast cutover.
• Perform unlimited testing of the new environment without disrupting operations.
• Reduce downtime to minutes or seconds as you cut over to the new server.
• Ensure data, files and system setting are replicated reliably.
Real time replication...
• After installing Carbonite Migrate, the administrator selects the source and target servers through the console.
• The administrator chooses how to migrate data, with options from fully automated cloud orchestration workflows to DIY with our robust SDK.
• Once initiated, Carbonite Migrate performs an initial mirror of the data, applications, or complete server to begin synchronization.
...near zero downtime
• Throughout the migration process, Carbonite Migrate continuously replicates changes from the source, automatically preserving an exact copy of data and configuration settings on the target server.
• Cutting over to the target can be initiated manually or automated immediately upon completion of initial synchronization.
• Migrates data and systems to, from or between any combination of physical, virtual, and cloud-based platforms
• Easy-to-use console automates and orchestrates migration configuration and management
• Scalable continuous replication with minimal performance or bandwidth impact
• Offers freedom from lock-in to any specific hypervisor, cloud vendor or hardware
• Protect your data in-flight with AES 256-bit encryption
• Create custom job configurations, automate workflows and orchestrate activities through a comprehensive SDK
• Lift & Shift
• Cloud migration
• Migration from VMware, AWS, AZURE, GCP and to AWS, OCI, AZURE, GCP, VMware, Bare Metal, physical server and workloads
• Windows Server
• Red Hat Enterprise Linux
• Oracle Enterprise Linux
• SUSE Linux Enterprise
• VMware ESXi and vSphere
• Microsoft Hyper-V
• Azure Stack HCI and Azure Stack Hub
• Microsoft Azure
• Amazon Web Services (AWS) and AWS Outpost
• Google Cloud
• VMware vCloud Director