Deploy and provision all of your servers and workstations at once, with the speed and ease of one. Acronis Snap Deploy lets you create an exact disk image of any standard configuration – including the operating system, configuration, files, and applications – and simultaneously deploy that image to multiple machines in one easy step.
Increase operational efficiency
Save time and effort with automated provisioning of new operating systems and software to thousands of systems simultaneously – quickly and reliably.
Provide complete and consistent environments
Reduce configuration errors and ensure your environments are safe, malware-free, and up-to-date.
Manage deployments with ease
Acronis Snap Deploy is ideal for rapid bare-metal initial deployment, as well as effortless on-going redeployment to existing live machines.
Learn how to provision hundreds of systems fast
Rapidly deploy a single disk image to multiple machines, reducing IT workload and ensuring configuration consistency.
Rapidly deploy a single image to multiple machines via unicast or multicast from a centralized management console.
Machine specific configurations
Assign individual settings to each target machine, including machine names, IP addresses, domain membership, and other settings.
Dissimilar hardware support
Provision the same image to dissimilar hardware, even to different machines! Acronis Universal Deploy technology injects the appropriate settings, HAL and drivers necessary for successful initial booting.
Local HDD / Network share USB HDD / Flash Drive CD / DVD / BD-ROM
Product reviews5.0Average rating, out of 5
Prior to purchasing Snap Deploy, it would take us up to two hours to image a single PC, not to mention the time it takes to create a master image that is under 4GB. Using Acronis, it now takes just under one hour to image a PC, and we no longer have to worry about the master image size. Read more
It would take over a month to fully deploy an average base before we invested in Acronis’ software. The team loves it because instead of having to adhere to a 300-page manual, they can deploy each workstation using instructions printed on just two sides of A4. Read more