Backup that isn’t just one-dimensional

Why should you settle? Otava offers a rich range of cloud backup solutions so that you have multiple methods to back up your data.

Choose from among our many options, including the following:

  • Offsite backup
  • Onsite backup with offsite replication
  • Cold storage
  • Database and application-aware replication
  • Or any combination you like


We support any infrastructure, including VMware, Hyper-V and physical servers so you can recover from offsite or onsite backup and ensure data availability with confidence.

Granular restoration at any layer

Most backup needs relate to specific files. If you’re using snapshots for a backup, recovering a single file means restoring an entire server, and ain’t nobody got time for that. Recover files on a self-serve basis or, let us back you up (literally and figuratively) with assistance from Otava’s team of backup-savvy experts. You’re not just limited to file-level restoration either–recover from any layer in the stack, including database and application. Need lightning fast restores? Go for our onsite backup with offsite protection.

Encrypted in transit and at rest

Our commitment to in-depth, defensive security and high-availability infrastructure keeps your data fully encrypted and protected. In the event of a disaster, you have the option to restore data and applications directly to your own infrastructure or ours on a self-serve or fully managed basis. We want you to sleep well knowing your data is protected and available when you need it.

Support that backs you up

At Otava, our mission is to deliver exceptional experiences to put the cherry on top of your entire backup environment with us. That means doing everything we can to ensure all backup jobs are completed properly and within the specified window. Whatever your needs are, our engineers are happy to help you be the backup hero you always wanted to be.

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