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RESTORE was developed by Holonyx Ruffdogs and is a free, open source, enterprise network backup and recovery solution for Windows, Novell, Mac OS X (data fork), Unix and Linux systems. RESTORE is scalable to a complete backup solution for multiple workstations, servers, and data centers. It operates over local area networks, wide area networks, and the Internet. Holonyx Ruffdogs is placing RESTORE into the open-source community.
RESTORE is currently available in two editions: Data Center and Enterprise Edition, but two more are planned for 2008, SMB for the small to medium business, and Personal, a single user version. Data Center is targeted at a three-tiered environment with the Data Center operator as the top tier, multiple service resellers at the second tier, and individual companies or users at the third tier. A common scenario for this environment is a hosting provider with multiple customers (resellers) who resell the data center’s remote backup service. Individual customers, whether companies or individuals, purchase remote backup services from the service reseller. This three-tiered architecture is unique in the backup and recovery solution market and was created to address the needs of the standard web services reseller model. Enterprise Edition is a more traditional server-based backup solution, a two-tiered model where user workstations or servers backup and restore with a centralized RESTORE server. Both versions allow user scheduling and user-initiated backup and restore.
RESTORE is based on open source technologies and runs on the Linux operating system, although there are plans for a Windows server edition also. It is written in Ruby and Ruby on Rails and utilizes the MySQL database. The user interface to RESTORE is browser-based and uses a graphical user interface.
RESTORE can backup data from the following platforms: Windows, Novell Netware, Mac OS X (data fork), Unix, Solaris and Linux.