A Comparison of Ransomware Protection:
Blocky or Veeam's Hardened Linux Repository

Making the right choice between Veeam’s Hardened Linux Repository (HLR) and Blocky requires careful consideration, especially when it comes to protecting your Veeam Backup & Replication data against ransomware. Both solutions offer immutability, but with key differences that impact your decision. Let’s break it down to help you choose the best fit for your needs.

Key Differences

comparison: blocky-hardened repository or Veeam-hardened repository

Skip the Linux hassles and secure your backups with Blocky, the simple, powerful solution for Veeam Windows servers.

Why Blocky?

  • Windows-friendly: No Linux expertise needed, familiar setup gets you started fast.
  • Performance: Runs seamlessly within your server, no slowdowns.
  • Cost-effective: Affordable licensing.

HLR might be better if:

  • You need diverse storage compatibility beyond Windows.
  • You have Linux expertise and prefer extra security features.
  • Adding additional servers is not a concern.

For most Veeam Windows users, Blocky is the clear winner:

  • Effortless
  • Fast
  • Affordable
  • Secure

Choose Blocky today and shield your backups with ease!