Managing Backups as Code – Configuring IAM roles in Veeam Backup for AWS with AWS CloudFormation and Lambda

One of the cornerstones of Amazon Web Services (AWS) best practices is using multiple accounts to manage your workloads. Dedicating accounts to specific business units or even specific applications provides numerous benefits that increase agility, improve security and streamline operations. This practice also helps operators follow the principle of least privilege, whereby only a minimal set of privileges required to perform a task are assigned to responsible users and services, and ideally, only for the time required to complete the task. Read more

Our Guide to Acing the AWS Solutions Architect Exam

According to our 2021 Clouds Protection Trends report, 85% of organizations are utilizing the public cloud for two years or more, and this number continues to grow. With that, the need for those who are knowledgeable about the cloud and have experience working on it, especially on AWS, are more important than ever. Read more
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Kelsey Teske
Kelsey Teske

Cloud Product Marketing Specialist

Veeam Protection for VMware Cloud solutions: AWS, Azure, Google and more!

In 2017, VMware simplified this choice by announcing a strategic alliance with AWS, offering the ability to run existing VM workloads on a SaaS based platform while also taking advantage of AWS services.

Today you can choose from a plethora of VMware-based public cloud offerings including Google, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle. Whether you prefer Azure VMware Solution (AVS), Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE), IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions or Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS), you can still leverage your investments in on-premises VMware products. Read more
Andy Sturniolo
Andy Sturniolo

Solutions Architect

How cloud-based databases and containers are protected

In part one, we've talked about personas involved in protecting cloud workloads. Second blog focused on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and hybrid IT cloud workloads. In this third and last blog post in the series, we focus on cloud database backup and container adoption and protection. Read more
Dave Russell
Dave Russell

Vice President, Enterprise Strategy

Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Market Strategy

3 key features of Veeam Backup for AWS v4

Veeam Backup for AWS is a cloud-native backup solution that delivers enterprise-grade backup consistency to the AWS public cloud. Packed full of features and capabilities, Veeam Backup for AWS is a component of the Veeam-centralized data management suite, leveraging Amazon S3 object storage and other AWS services to integrate and provide a seamless data protection experience. With Veeam Backup for AWS v4, we have included three key features that deliver on that promise of providing enterprise data protection. Read more
David Hill
David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

The Latest and Greatest Veeam Backup & Replication v11

When Veeam Backup & Replication v11 went available in February of this year, I had no idea how much of an impact this release would have on the market. V11 came in my 11th year here are Veeam, and while I knew it was the biggest release we’ve ever had — call me impressed! Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

Better cloud protection that you’ll love — No questions asked

Veeam Backup & Replication v11a isn’t just any old alphabetical release. It is undoubtedly one of the most significant cloud releases in Veeam’s history, delivering many new capabilities for the cloud platforms you’re using today. These capabilities enable organizations to accelerate cloud adoption, ensuring data is reliably secured, protected and managed from a single platform that provides unparalleled choice and simplicity. Let’s take a brief look at the major new additions. Read more
Dave Russell
Dave Russell

Vice President, Enterprise Strategy

Veeam Cloud Object Storage Deep Dive – Part Three, Benchmarks

Welcome to the final part of our three-part series on Veeam and object storage. In part one we looked at the similarities and differences between the big three "hyperscale" cloud providers, then in part two we looked at how Veeam can be configured to optimise your object storage utilisation and efficiency. Now in part three we'll look at some benchmarks to provide real results to help shape your object storage designs. Enabling you to accelerate your adoption of object storage in an effective manner. Read more
Michael Paul
Michael Paul

Guest author, Veeam Legend