GovSmart BDR is the top of the line backup and disaster recovery solution with local server virtualization, local file level restores and offsite storage with the ability to virtualize in a FedRamp certified DataCenter.

  • Block level encrypted backup
  • As low as 15 minute intervals
  • Historical backups you control
  • No dependent backup chains or roll-ups
  • High Compression Rates Using LZ2 Algorithms
  • No Reboot After Install 256 AES Encryption
  • One-Click local and offsite virtualization (Type 1 Hypervisor included)
  • Simple and quick file restores.
  • BMR (bare-metal-restore) to dissimilar hardware – Fastest in the industry
  • Simple appliance recovery
  • FED RAMP Certified DataCenter storage
  • Offsite Virtualization
  • SSAE 16 Type II or SOC Certified
  • 99.999% reliability, translating to less than 5 minutes’ average downtime per year
  • Silent Data Corruption Protection, end-to-end checksums
  • Data transferred over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encrypted connections
  • Server-Side Encryption (SSE) using 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (128-bit SSL)

Supported Operating Systems :

Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012,Windows Server 2012 R2

Windows 7 Professional or above, Windows 8 Professional or above, Windows 8.1 Professional or above



Any recovery point can be exported as a virtual disk file, to either local or USB storage connected to the Appliance or Vault. Supported formats offer easy integration with VMware, Hyper-V (Gen1 and Gen2), VirtualBox, Xen, KVM and other plat-forms.

iSCSI Target Support

Each recovery point may be exposed as NTFS iSCSI disks for large data recovery or as a set of raw iSCSI disks and act as a SAN replacement to provide instant recovery of systems in your Enterprise virtual environment.

NFS Export

The Appliance or Vault can export NFS shares to provide shared storage for your virtual platform and to access exported Virtual Disk Images. This feature is very useful for recovering to a virtual platform, or from a failed SAN when your virtual hosts are still fine.