It’s safe to argue that, to date, the May 2018 implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union, as well as the two-year ramp-up period that lead to the activation date, has elevated the status and industry press coverage of compliance-related issues more than any other data protection and compliance standard set by governing bodies. Veeam can help you stay compliant with ease.
Veeam Backup & Replication Update 4, along with a huge payload of other features, focuses on the leveraging of data and transitioning from being reactive to becoming more proactive with this valuable resource. This proactivity comes in the form of our new Veeam DataLabs Staged Restore and Veeam DataLabs Secure Restore to address compliance and security use cases.
Recently Veeam expanded on its existing cloud capabilities with the greatly anticipated release of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 4. This release has produced an overarching portability solution, Veeam Cloud Mobility, which contains support for restoring to Microsoft Azure, Azure Stack as well as AWS. In this blog, we’ll cover the business challenge these restore capabilities solve, how businesses can use them, and the advantage of using Veeam’s features over comparable features in the market.
Veeam’s mission in healthcare — improving the health of our communities by assuring Availability of your healthcare information with simple, reliable, flexible backup and recovery software. Wherever your applications and data go, whatever platform whether on-premises or in the cloud, we protect it easily so your team can focus on the clinical experience and the health of your communities.
In this blog, we will focus on some of the technical aspects of the Veeam Cloud Mobility capability. With the latest release of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 Update 4, Veeam has provided an extensive set of restore options. Building on the existing Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure functionality, are extra restore capabilities including Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure Stack and Amazon AWS EC2.
In this blog, we’ll cover the challenges we’re addressing through Veeam Cloud Tier — what it is, how it works and the benefits you can take advantage of. You’ll also learn a few points about the uniqueness and innovation built into Veeam Cloud Tier compared to other backup providers. Veeam is changing the data protection game again!
Data growth continues to accelerate at almost exponential speed and with that comes pain points of organizations trying to manage that growth. More data means more robust applications to handle larger data sets, which also means more infrastructure to handle applications and the data itself. While the cost and management of on-premises storage has come down as hardware and disk technologies improve, organizations still face significant overhead when maintaining their own hardware infrastructure.
Things are changing around here lately! And we are happy to soon be sharing some of the newest changes with the public in a special way. On Tuesday, Jan. 22, you can join Veeam online as we present to the market the next update of Veeam Availability Suite, of which we are very proud.