Veeam Service Provider Console v4 – What’s New

Software exists to make our lives easier: to help solve specific issues, problems or pain points, and to automate complex and tedious manual operations. At its essence, that is why Veeam created what was originally known as the Managed Backup Portal, and is now known as Veeam Availability Console. Now in its fourth release, the focus of this product revolves around the notion of making life easier for our Veeam Cloud & Service Provider partners. Read more

v10: Leveraging Backup Tools to Enhance Service Provider Offerings

For nearly 10 years Veeam has supported our service provider partners with industry-leading, innovative features that allows them to build product and service offerings based on Veeam Backup & Replication technologies and also the Veeam Platform as a whole. Many of the features and enhancements that we have released over that time have been leveraged by our partners to offer their own customers and partners reliable, flexible and simple solutions that address a wide array of backup and data availability requirements. Read more

v10: The next iteration of Veeam Cloud Tier

With the release of Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 4 in 2019, we introduced the Veeam Cloud Tier which enabled customers to take advantage of Object Storage. Due to its increasing popularity, infinite scale-out capacity and lower cost for long term retention, Object Storage offers many advantages over traditional block and file-based storage systems. We have witnessed an overwhelming adoption of Object Storage despite the fact that in Update 4, the Cloud Tier was only capable of offloading older data to help to reduce the costs of long-term archival. And now v10 brings more! Read more

New Community Plugin for vCloud Director

Veeam was one of the first to embrace vCloud Director and through the years has continued to support each release as the platform accelerated their release cycles and gained momentum as the default Cloud Data Management platform for VMware-based service provider offerings.

We have listened to the VCSP community so please welcome our new Veeam Community plugin for vCloud Director!

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v10 Sneak peek: Cloud Tier Copy Mode

At VeeamON 2019, during the Technical Main Stage keynote, I joined members of the Product Strategy Team to do a number of live demos showing current and future products and features. While the first half focused on what had been released in 2019 so far, the second half focused on what is coming. One of those was the highly anticipated Copy Mode feature being added to the Cloud Tier in v10 of Veeam Backup & Replication. Read more

Why we chose WireGuard® for Veeam PN v2

In 2017, Veeam PN was released as part of Veeam Recovery to Microsoft Azure. The Veeam PN use case went beyond the extending of Azure networks for workload recoverability and was quickly adopted by IT enthusiasts for use of remote connectivity to home labs and the connectivity of remote networks that could be spread out across cloud and on-premises platforms. Our development roadmap for Veeam PN had been locked in, however, we found that customers wanted more. Read more

Centralized managed backup with Veeam Availability Console v3

With the release of Veeam Availability Console v3 we have taken huge strides in delivering to VCSP partners a console that acts as the central place to manage all aspects of their backup offerings. Not only does it build on the previous releases, but also looks to place VAC as a critical component of any Veeam-powered service provider offering. Read more

Harness the power of cloud storage for long-term retention with Veeam Cloud Tier

Data growth continues to accelerate at almost exponential speed and with that comes pain points of organizations trying to manage that growth. More data means more robust applications to handle larger data sets, which also means more infrastructure to handle applications and the data itself. While the cost and management of on-premises storage has come down as hardware and disk technologies improve, organizations still face significant overhead when maintaining their own hardware infrastructure. Read more