Tincup makes a binary copy of your entire system, capturing everything that's on disk.
Your Tincup clones are stored on your private Clone Vault where you can manage them.
Run Tincup clones in the cloud or download & use in virtualbox behind your firewall.
Enterprises have thousands of legacy servers nearing EOL yet still used in critical business operations - downtime for them is costly & potentially disastrous. Tincup lets you easily & securely duplicate these servers in the cloud, removing the risk of hardware failure. Allow your teams to properly plan refactoring instead of reacting to yet another outage.
RHEL 6; RHEL 7; Ubuntu 12.x, 14.x, 15.x; Debian
If you need support for another OS, let us know
Run refactoring experiments with zero fear of losing the server. Simply make a copy of your Tincup server image & then experiment as necessary. If the results aren't useful, make another copy and use another approach. You'll never lose your original clone.
Signup & login to your Tincup account. If you create a paid account, we'll request your credit card details at this time.
Download & run Tincup Cloner on your server. This creates a binary copy of your server & saves it in your private Tincup Clone Vault
You can now run your Tincup Clone from your dashboard or download it for use in virtualbox behind your firewall
Those old servers running out-of-date OSes and system libraries are constantly hitting error conditions that have long-since been fixed in newer systems. Tincup lets you take them out of service in an orderly manner, greatly reducing the number of pages your Ops team receives.
We'll work with your team to establish and execute a POC to migrate an existing workload, such as a build process, to AWS. Using Tincup expertise, we'll show you how to leverage cloud infrastructure to reduce costs and increase market responsiveness.
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