Linux Distribution Support
- Red Hat
- Intel / AMD x86 32 & 64-bits
- Intel Itanium-2
- IBM zSeries
- IBM DB2
- Lotus Domino
Arkeia Software provides comprehensive backup and recovery solutions for over 100 Linux environments.
Arkeia Network Backup delivered the first commercial backup solution for Linux in 1996 and to this day Arkeia Software continues to provide strong support to the open source community. The Arkeia Network Backup suite of products has been designed to ensure maximum compatibility with over 100 Linux platforms.
Native Linux Distribution Support
Arkeia Software offers specific packages for every major Linux distribution. Each package is specifically designed and packaged for each Linux distribution that is supported and be installed with package managers, such as RPM and apt, or install scripts. Arkeia Software provides native packages for the following Linux platforms:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
- Novell Open Enterprise Server
Generic Linux glibc Compatibilty
Additionally, Arkeia Network Backup can support nearly any Linux by offering binaries that are compiled for your specific glibc version and processor type.
For instance, Arkeia does not offer a specific client package for the Tiny Core Linux, that you might use on a Point Of Sale business computer. But using the 2.9 glibc i386 Generic package from Arkeia, you can use the Arkeia generic packages to install a client, to backup the POS.
Smart, Economical Choices
Arkeia Network Backup is fast, easy to use, and affordable backup software that fits all of your server needs, for whatever OS you choose to backup. When you backup, Linux is the obvious choice for the operating system, Arkeia is the obvious choice for your backup infrastructure. Arkeia offers the ability to run on nearly any platform in your business environment and was designed to meet the demands of backup administrator.
Partners in the Open Source Community
Arkeia is certified backup software for use on Linux servers. We have partner agreements with every major operating system vendor for many many years. We communicate regularly with the community about backup infrastructure and support projects such as the Linux kernel, the sg and st modules, the Red Hat and Debian based communities as well.