A VM refers to a Virtual Machine- which is an operating system (OS). The other name for VM is VPS( Virtual Private Machine).
Managing a VPS/VM is easier than ever before, but that doesn’t mean things can’t go wrong.
Your VM could get hacked, it could break after an update, or you could delete critical files by mistake.
Regular backup could save you the disaster of data loss that could be caused by either of the factors I mentioned above. Cloudpap offers reliable, automated VM backup both for personal use as well as enterprise purpose.
Personal use allows backup and restore of individual virtual Machines / Virtual Private Machines. While Enterprise use allows backup and restore of businesses’ or company’s Virtual Machines.
The backup solution License is offered per virtual machine. It allows backups and restoration of any kind of VM.
We recommend Configuring VM backup by yourself in the cloud because it is your personal server. It may seem unnecessary, but it adds an extra layer of security in case something goes wrong with your VM.
If you’re always publishing new content and getting lots of comments, you should consider regular backup schedules that will keep copies of all the updates as they come.
Creating and storing VM backups is one of the most important things you can do to manage your Virtual Machine. They keep your properties secured and provide you with peace of mind. There is no question that you should automate your VM backups.