CBMR for Cohesity

Machine Recovery for Cohesity DataProtect Users

CBMR is tightly integrated with Cohesity DataProtect and available to download from the Cohesity marketplace. The management of CBMR is controlled through the Cohesity management interface.

CBMR allows you to perform a bare machine recovery of your operating system, applications and data direct from a CBMR backup of the system files. The recovery is fast and can be fully automated to protect your critical systems from the consequences of physical damage, human error or system failure. You can recover your protected systems to any point in time provided by the backup.

Simulated recoveries can be scheduled which fully automates the creation of the recovered machine and then runs test scripts to verify integrity and functionality.

Recovery schedules can be set up months in advance and planned so that the entire server infrastructure is tested within the desired time frame. The recovery machines are held in an isolated network and can be released after every simulation so storage is not permanently required.

Detailed reporting of each step of the recovery process highlights any problems encountered and provides an audit trail of successful results to provide assurance that DR procedures are effective.

CBMR is available through the Cohesity marketplace and re-sold globally by Cohesity’s channel partners. It is available for Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX operating systems. CBMR is the recommended bare machine recovery solution for Cohesity DataProtect.

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OS Support

With support for the latest and legacy Windows, Linux, AIX and Solaris operating systems.

Dissimilar Environments

With our unique dissimilar environment technology, you can recover to any physical, cloud or virtual environment.

Automation

In a disaster recovery scenario, you don’t have time to sit and recover each server manually. CBMR supports fully automated recoveries via the Cristie Virtual Appliance or standalone.

Solution Highlights

  • Rapid recovery of an identical copy of your machine (including OS, applications and data); which can be automated
  • Multiple servers can be recovered simultaneously and a whole data centre can be recovered in just a few hours
  • File by file backup; no need for a disk image
  • Incremental file based backups using ‘forward incremental’ technology
  • Backups can be encrypted and compressed, increasing the security of your data and saving space on your network
  • Recoveries can be made to dissimilar hardware and to virtual and cloud machines
  • Snapshotting – for point-in-time restores; create a backup with minimal disruption which is then backed up away from the live system
  • System recovery and server migrations can be fully automated and controlled remotely
  • Easy-to-use interface means that no specialist IT skills are required by the end user
  • Tailoring available to configure systems such as host name and IP address on target machine
  • Easily achieve your recovery RTOs and RPOs

Product Support

Type Product Product Version Cristie From To Notes
Operating System Solaris 9 CBMR 8.3 8.5

Only supported on SPARC platforms.

Operating System Linux (Intel) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Desktop 10 CBMR 8.3

Support up to version 1903.

Operating System Windows Desktop 8.1 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Desktop 7 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Server 2019 CBMR 8.5
Operating System Windows Server 2016 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Server 2012 R2 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Server 2012 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Windows Server 2008 R2 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Solaris 10 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Solaris 11 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Solaris 11.4 CBMR 8.3

Only supported on SPARC platforms.

Operating System AIX 6.1 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 and 9 supported. POWER 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System AIX 7.1 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 and 9 supported. POWER 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System AIX 7.2 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 and 9 supported. POWER 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System Linux (Intel) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Ubuntu 18.04 LTS CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 CBMR 8.3 8.5
Operating System Linux (Intel) Oracle Linux 7 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) CentOS Linux 5 CBMR 8.3 8.6.1
Operating System Linux (Intel) CentOS Linux 6 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) CentOS Linux 7 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (Intel) Oracle Linux 6 CBMR 8.3
Operating System Linux (PPC) Ubuntu 18.04 LTS CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian) and 9 (Little Endian) supported.

Operating System Linux (PPC) Ubuntu 16.04 LTS CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian) and 9 (Little Endian) supported.

Operating System Linux (PPC) Ubuntu 14.04 LTS CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian) supported.

Operating System Linux (PPC) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 CBMR 8.3

POWER 9 (Little Endian) supported.

Operating System Linux (PPC) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian) and 9 (Little Endian) supported.

Operating System Linux (PPC) SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Big Endian) and 9 (Big Endian) supported. Power 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System Linux (PPC) CentOS Linux 7 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian and Big Endian) and 9 (Little Endian) supported. Power 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System Linux (PPC) CentOS Linux 6 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Big Endian) supported. Power 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System Linux (PPC) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Little Endian and Big Endian) and 9 (Little Endian) supported. Power 7 supported until 8.6.

Operating System Linux (PPC) Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 CBMR 8.3

POWER 8 (Big Endian) supported. Power 7 supported until 8.6.

Third Party Client IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.7 CBMR 8.6
Virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V 2008 R2 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 R2 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V 2016 CBMR 8.3
Third Party Client IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.6 CBMR 8.4
Third Party Client IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.4 CBMR 8.3
Third Party Client IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.2 CBMR 8.3
Third Party Client IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.0 CBMR 8.3
Third Party Client IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) 7.1 CBMR 8.3
Third Party Client IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) 6.4 CBMR 8.3 8.5
Third Party Client IBM Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) 6.3 CBMR 8.3 8.5
Virtualisation Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation VMware vSphere 6.7 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation VMware vSphere 6.5 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation VMware vSphere 6.0 CBMR 8.3
Virtualisation VMware vSphere 5.5 CBMR 8.3 8.6
Virtualisation Microsoft Hyper-V 2019 CBMR 8.5
Virtualisation Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CBMR 8.6