recover machines directly from IBM Spectrum Protect TSM backups
TBMR allows you to perform a bare machine recovery of your system direct from a Spectrum Protect TSM backup. Your critical systems are protected from the consequences of physical damage, human error, or system failure. TBMR is re-sold globally by IBM and its channel partners and is currently available for Windows, Linux, Solaris and AIX operating systems.
TSM recover and TSM restore
TBMR is the recommended tsm bare metal recovery solution. Users can recover their protected servers to any point in time provided by TSM as well as schedule simulated recoveries. It also provides recovery assurance, as the software can be scheduled to run through a complete recovery process. This fully automates the creation of the recovered machine and then runs test scripts to verify integrity and functionality. Furthermore, schedules can be set up months in advance and planned so that the entire server infrastructure is tested over the course of 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. Also, detailed reporting highlights any problems encountered and provides an audit track of successful results.
- Restore TSM instantly to physical, hypervisor and cloud environments, including Azure and AWS
- Leverage existing investment and restore TSM without additional management or infrastructure
- Recovered server is identical to original, including data, operating system and applications
- Recover multiple servers simultaneously and rapidly to meet agreed RTOs
- Managed using the simple and intuitive Cristie Virtual Appliance (VA)
- Scheduled automated recovery simulations with full reporting to satisfy regulations
- Supports system recovery, migration and replication for Linux and AIX on Power Systems
restore from Spectrum Protect for Virtual Environments (formerly TSM for VE)
Cristie also provides the ability to perform recoveries directly from Spectrum Protect for Virtual Environments without the need to have TBMR installed. In this scenario, remote recovery simulations are performed on a token basis, one token equals one completed recovery simulation. Contact email@example.com for more information.