What is driving hybrid cloud (IaaS & PaaS) adoption strategies?

Welcome to another installment in our ongoing series focusing on the Cloud Protection Trends Report for 2023, which surveyed 1,700 “as a Service” administrators, including those responsible for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) for file services and/or databases. Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Is all of your critical data really protected?

Veeam is known for having the best protection for VMware, Hyper-V, Windows and Linux. By creating solutions that effectively protect virtual environments and adding additional features for physical protection, Veeam has grown to be the industry leader in data protection. With four years of the top ranking in the Gartner Magic Quadrant, ongoing industry-leading Net Promoter Scores (NPS) at 82 and, most recently, the acknowledgement that Veeam is in a statistical tie for #1 in market share. This is all because of YOUR support and trust in Veeam.   Read more
Kaleigh Bovey
Kaleigh Bovey

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Chris Spencer
Chris Spencer

Senior Director, Product Marketing

Service Providers: Simplify hybrid and multi-cloud backup

As a service provider that delivers managed backup services, many of the customers you serve are rapidly adopting hyper-scale public cloud platforms such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud as part of a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy — and relying on you to help them protect this data along the way. In fact, over 50% of respondents surveyed said their organization is considering a hybrid-cloud strategy by 2024. Although competing against these large public cloud providers to deliver Infrastructure and Platform as a Service solutions may not be advantageous, managing and protecting this data is still a critical need and a profitable opportunity. Read more
Michael Loos
Michael Loos

VCSP Manager, Product Marketing

Why ‘cloud’ & ‘reliability’ are driving IT changes into 2020

it is impossible for IT organizations that are looking ahead to not foresee cloud-based capabilities being part of their hybrid-IT strategy; likely in more than one way, giving us the term multi-cloud. But each and every cloud, used for both protection and production, will have significant ramifications on IT’s ability to deliver what the business units expect; namely, reliable and resilient assured access to the data that they rely on every day. Read more
Jason Buffington
Jason Buffington

Vice President, Solutions Strategy

Azure Stack hybrid cloud consistency protection with Veeam

In recent years we have all been hearing about cloud transformation. Many organizations already adopt such a strategy, but we still don’t see the large organizations move to all or full cloud strategies.

For some businesses, cloud is a cost saver when they move or run the workload from the cloud. For many other organizations, especially the large ones, an all-cloud strategy is not the best fit. Many things force them to keep and run most of their workload from an on-premises data center. If we look at today’s data centers, we realize that the data center is mostly running on top of a virtualization layer which introduces the basics of the hybrid cloud.

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Avoiding cloud surprises with capacity planning and resource management

As a flight instructor, I always advise my students to avoid the cumulonimbus cloud, which is associated with thunderstorms that create unpredictable conditions and make flying difficult and dangerous. Throughout a 100 years of aviation history, flying in or near this type of weather often makes headlines in the news; with some instances worse than others.

When discussing cloud strategies with Veeam customers, from migration to data backup to the cloud, I am reminded of the unpredictable weather conditions associated with flying in the clouds, especially when a customer raises a concern about the cost of cloud computing.

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