Cloud Object Storage Deep Dive – Part Two, Implementation

In part one we looked at the characteristics that make up the cloud object storage offerings of the main three cloud providers (Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services/AWS, Google Cloud Platform/GCP). Now that we understand what to look for from our cloud providers and the features they have available, we’ll look at what information we need to gather to build our own cost and performance estimates to implement object storage ourselves. Read more
Michael Paul
Michael Paul

Guest author, Veeam Legend

The AWS Shared Responsibility Model

It goes without saying that adoption of AWS – specifically for running production workloads – continues to build with unprecedented momentum. Some of you may refer to this acceleration within your organization as “cloud-first,” and you’re all likely somewhere along this journey. From the early stages of planning and experimenting, to deploying new apps and migrating your on-prem data centers as fast as humanly possible. And why not? It can be relatively easy to make the cloud work for you, helping transform the business for the better, from costs to competitive advantage and more. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Everything you need to know about buying modern backup

Modern backup seems to be such a hot term at the moment, and everyone is jumping on the bandwagon. It reminds me of those shopping network commercials late at night (well I guess they’re 24 hours a day now ... I’m showing my age!) where the host is screaming about the product and how it will change your life. There is a lot of that going around, so how do you weed out what is good and what is not? Let’s take a look at ways you can approach this exact task. Read more
Michael Leworthy
Michael Leworthy

Former Director of Global Product Marketing

Ditch legacy backup solutions to optimize cost and reduce complexity

Many organizations are anchored in the past, using a legacy backup solution that is costly, unreliable and complex, making it difficult to shed outdated processes to truly innovate. Complex, outdated solutions can add more headaches for IT departments, making the ability to improve the reliability of backups and restores more time consuming and less likely. Read more
Kirsten Stoner
Kirsten Stoner

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

v10: Seriously Powerful NAS Backup at Scale

The world of NAS has changed over the years, historically being used as a central location to store and share user files and home directory data across the business.

Today, NAS is used much more widely - commonly including applications, large unstructured data sets and virtualization. What has also changed is the scalability that you can now achieve through your production NAS devices by exposing NFS or SMB protocols for these workloads. As such, unstructured data is currently measured in Petabytes and continues to grow exponentially.

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Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

V10: Top 10 new features Vanguards are excited about!

Since Veeam Backup & Replication has been released, each new version brings anticipated capabilities and features our users requested and innovations to the market. Now, the entire Veeam community is excited about the newest release of Veeam Availability Suite v10. Read more
Nikola Pejková
Nikola Pejková

Technical Analyst & Community Manager, Product Strategy

Object storage in NEW Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v4

We are proud to introduce Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 version 4, providing a cloud-optimized deployment option for cloud-first companies and all businesses looking to leverage the power of the cloud. This new release adds several enhancements, which will help you take advantage of lower storage costs and unlimited scalability, while helping you achieving added security and faster backup performance. Read more
Niels Engelen
Niels Engelen

Principal Analyst