TOP 10 must-have reports for any responsible IaaS Service Provider

Veeam ONE is the product built for all types of Veeam customers — small or medium businesses, enterprises or service providers — certainly, there is something for everyone. Once the product is deployed, you may find yourself overwhelmed with a countless number of reports, alarms, and dashboards, wondering “which ones are actually useful for my IaaS business?”

In this blog post, I’ll navigate you through the most useful reports to help you get started, and possibly, even find a few hidden gems in the process. Read more
Ivan Kochemasov
Ivan Kochemasov

Solutions Architect

What is the 3-2-1 backup rule?

The 3-2-1 Rule is a rule to live by. Here at Veeam, we have been advocating this rule for many years to help organizations ensure recoverability when it is needed most. In this blog post I’m going to explain the 3-2-1 Rule and show you the way to upgrade it to a more modern and resilient way of thinking! Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

Veeam resources you need to be aware of

Periodically when I’m talking with customers, they may ask a question, and my response is, “Did you know about…” or “The answer can be found…”. Often, the customer will indicate they were not aware of that specific resource, and it got me thinking. It would be great to share some of the best Veeam resources that you may have never heard of. Read more
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald

Senior Systems Engineer

Take control of Microsoft 365 data with Veeam + Lenovo

The Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 product helps in the management and archival of Microsoft 365 data, offering flexible deployment options to meet business needs. Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 partnered with Lenovo to provide options for backing up Microsoft 365 data with a true separation of infrastructure and control. Read more
Karinne Bessette
Karinne Bessette

Technologist, Product Strategy

Service Providers: Accelerate revenue by remotely managing the protection of customer workloads in Azure and AWS

Veeam Service Provider Console v5 was introduced in February of 2021 and was built upon previous releases to allow Veeam service providers further reach into their customers’ environments, offering them the ability to drive new service offerings around physical and cloud-based workloads. One new key feature of Veeam Service Provider Console was the capability of leveraging the built-in public cloud plug-ins in Veeam Backup & Replication v11, extending to the protection of customer workloads residing in AWS and Azure. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Looking back on 2020, giving back to you

As I look back on what 2020 has meant for me here at Veeam, this also is an opportunity that I feel is the right time to let the Veeam community know that we are here for our customers, partners and more. There are a few things that Veeam is working on that I want to highlight as we go into 2021. Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

What is a disaster recovery plan?

Disasters come in all shapes and sizes, from a full site failure, to failure of something like a storage array. There may be a natural disaster where your data center is, or you may even have a malicious actor inside your environment seeking to harm your business.

Whatever the case, you need a plan, and all plans are not created equal. Then, once you have your plan, you need to test it and update it on a regular basis. Read more
Melissa Palmer
Melissa Palmer

Team Lead/Senior Technologist, Product Strategy