Veeam Service Provider Console v6: Hitting the easy button for licensing plus other enhancements

Veeam has been focused on reducing the pain of licensing in general for a number of years now and specifically in the Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) space with the Veeam Service Provider Console (aka The Console). All the while, we have also been hard at work developing a specifically focused tool for our VCSP partners to leverage for licensing called VCSP Pulse. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior 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

Undercover no more: Meet the new Veeam Agent for Mac and the rest of the band

Despite cloud and virtual environments' popularity and rapid containers adoption, physical servers and endpoints' protection remain crucial for a proper backup strategy for many organizations out there. Veeam keeps providing support for those types of systems, ensuring that all Windows, Linux and now Mac workloads can be centrally managed and protected. With the V11 release, we expand this offering even further, so let's dive into new capabilities and discuss how you can leverage them better in your company. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Global Technologist, Product Strategy

V11: Sudo apt-get update Linux enhancements

Veeam strives to listen to the community and aims to address perceived challenges. In Veeam Backup & Replication v10, we saw the first Backup Proxies being powered by Linux. In V11, we go even further and enhance the possibilities with those Linux Backup Proxies. Flexibility and the freedom of choice on which type of components to use with Veeam Backup & Replication fuels further enrichments done with Linux-related enhancements. Let’s dive in and uncover those Linux-related enhancements in our flagship. Read more
Edwin Weijdema
Edwin Weijdema

Technologist, Product Strategy

V11: Strengthening your Digital Resilience

We all go through the Digital Transformation journey at our own pace. The pandemic, however, accelerated the journey for most organizations. Instead of the allotted time in years, it was done in months! This was an eye-opener for many on how dependent their core business processes are on digital technology in the event of disruption.

Digital resilience defines your capabilities for survival and forward evolution, considering that change is the only constant in a fluid, super-connected digital environment. The question to ask is, are you actively strengthening resilience for both business processes, existing digital infrastructure and new infrastructure?

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Edwin Weijdema
Edwin Weijdema

Technologist, Product Strategy

V11: Linux, Mac, Azure and more! Increase power and reach with Veeam Service Provider Console v5

Veeam remains focused on developing integrated cloud and managed service operation capabilities, so service providers can continue to have awareness and control of workloads no matter where they live. With the release of Veeam Service Provider Console v5 we have expanded on its purpose-built capabilities, adding full agent support and extending to the public cloud the ability for our service providers to leverage, giving them the ability to drive new service offerings. Read more
Anthony Spiteri
Anthony Spiteri

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Licensing Veeam V11: What’s new and what’s not

We know you’re all excited for the many benefits of Veeam Backup & Replication v11, including the many features and improvements and how this platform continues to expand to protect even more of your critical workloads. The benefits of this V11 release include bulletproof ransomware protection, increased security, Continuous Data Protection (CDP), greater cloud portability and cloud-native backup options in AWS and Microsoft Azure and much, much more. The list is truly impressive and a testament to our R&D team, listening to your feedback and responding with continued innovation that is Simple, Flexible and Reliable. Read more
Chris Spencer
Chris Spencer

Senior Director, Product Marketing

V11: Immutable primary backup storage with a hardware-agnostic touch

In Veeam Backup & Replication v10 we introduced the ability to store your Veeam backups in AWS and S3 Compatible Object storage using the Object Lock API. This would mean that you would have a secondary copy of your backup data most likely offsite and in an immutable state, which means it can’t be modified and is protected against insider malicious activity.

Fast forward to the release of Veeam Backup & Replication v11, and we have enabled a way of storing data, agnostic to hardware in your primary location leveraging Linux with the NEW Hardened Linux Repository.

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Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

How Service Providers protect your data against common cybersecurity threats

Security challenges for IT professionals and organizations today are multitudinous. Every day we learn of an organization that became a victim to a cybersecurity breach or other malicious event, such as ransomware, essentially putting their business and their customers’ sensitive data at risk. Your infrastructure, networks and data should be protected, and most organizations strive to implement appropriate risk aversion measures and tactics. Read more
Tim Hudson
Tim Hudson

Solutions Architect, VCSP Engineering Team

VMware vSAN File Services and Veeam

In February 2020, Veeam introduced enhanced NAS backup with the launch of Veeam Availability Suite v10. NAS functionality has increased in popularity as amounts of unstructured data (e.g. videos, photos, presentations, webpages) have increased. Managing disparate NAS devices and the vast amount of data residing on them has brought additional challenges for businesses, especially when you take into consideration the size of files from data sources such as surveillance video, medical records and barcode images. A major consideration for Veeam when deciding how to provide customers the best possible backup and recovery capabilities was not only how to support the uses cases for NAS today, but also what these large unstructured datasets might look like in the future. Read more
Andy Sturniolo
Andy Sturniolo

Solutions Architect