A fully featured platform for backup, recovery, and business continuity for local, virtual, and Cloud environments.
- All in One Platform
- Backup & Restore
- Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
- Ransomware Protection
- Datto Standards
Backup, Restore, and Continuity
Network Attached Storage
Sync and Share
Easily Automate and Quickly Deliver
Hybrid Virtualization Options
Instant Virtualization – Recover with a single click
First response after attack
Advanced Screenshot Verification
Ransomware Detection and Alerting
Point in time rollbacks
New Source of Revenue
Built For Quality
Comprehensive, Web-Based Management Portal
Architecturally, SIRIS is an x64 Linux server.
Its enterprise-grade architecture is unique because:
It’s a Total Data Protection platform
designed from the ground up which translates into cost efficiency, performance, scalability and extensibility
Architecture enables new Datto innovations
additional groundbreaking features, and business-building platform expansion well into the future
A complex combination of standard and proprietary software integrated into a single Data Protection platform.
The latest release of one of the most popular Linux variants on the market, providing enterprise class security, manageability, and performance in a small footprint.
Ubuntu is the basic operating system for all SIRIS products, and supports many standard packages that SIRIS uses as building blocks for the platform.
Physical Devices for data protection
High performance SIRIS 3 hardware appliances sized to your use case and built by us in our manufacturing facilities to exacting standards.
From stand-alone all flash devices to rack-mounted 4U chassis, simply plug in and start protecting infrastructure immediately.
Each device comes with:
Virtual appliances for cloud protection
In your private cloud or virtual environment, including support for running SIRIS as a guest in VMware vSphere, and Microsoft Hyper-V
In addition, SIRIS is fully integrated with VMware ESX and Hyper-V, enabling Instant Virtualization in VMware instead of the native KVM hypervisor used in SIRIS hardware or imaged appliances.
SIRIS appliances on existing hardware
Repurpose backup and disaster recovery (BDR) appliances or other user-provided hardware into a fully functional SIRIS 3 device. Simply insert and boot the USB and follow the on-screen instructions to lay down the complete SIRIS 3 image and start protecting infrastructure immediately.