With Retrospect Backup, businesses around the world can now protect their critical infrastructure on Retrospect Cloud Storage, with complete support for immutable backups and anomaly detection, as well as on-premise with Retrospect’s deep support for NAS devices and tape libraries.
Retrospect Cloud Storage is built on Wasabi Technologies' Hot Cloud Storage, providing lightning-fast object storage. Retrospect Cloud Storage leverages that foundation to provide advanced data protection features like immutable backups. With Retrospect’s AES-256 at-rest encryption, sensitive data can be backed up to Retrospect Cloud Storage but guaranteed to remain private from the underlying infrastructure provider, including Retrospect, Inc. and Wasabi Technologies. Using Retrospect Cloud Storage and the multi-homed backups with the 3-2-1 backup rule, businesses are fully protected and encrypted from ransomware attacks with on-premise and cloud backups.
Retrospect Cloud Storage is available as a subscription license, compatible with both perpetual and subscription licenses. It's available as tiers of 500GB, 1TB, 5TB, and 10TB. Purchase through Retrospect.com for a free 30-day trial.
If you do not have a Retrospect Management Console account and you click on the link for Retrospect 19 with Retrospect Cloud Storage, you’ll see a page like this. We allow you to download the Retrospect application with the license included without signing in, but for security, you must create an account and sign in to access Retrospect Cloud Storage.
After you sign in, you’ll see a page like this.
When you download Retrospect from Retrospect Management Console, your license and Retrospect Cloud Storage credentials are included in the personalized configuration file embedded in the download. After you install and launch Retrospect, Retrospect will automatically set up a cloud volume for your Retrospect Cloud Storage account, available in the First Launch wizard.
Retrospect Virtual is fully certified with Retrospect Cloud Storage as well. When you set up a backup set, select "S3-Compatible Storage" and enter the URL, Access Key, and Secret Key from your Retrospect Management Console engine page.
On Windows and Mac, your Retrospect Cloud Storage information is displayed in Preferences > Cloud.