All new Azure backup and recovery is now generally available!

It’s another extraordinary day at Veeam, as Veeam Backup & Replication v11 and Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v2 are launched. Without a doubt, the most significant aspect of these two launches is that Veeam Backup & Replication can now natively back up your Azure environment (more on that later). Veeam is consistently building on its promise of delivering a true Cloud Data Management platform, and these releases are packed full of capabilities to help natively protect Microsoft Azure workloads. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

NEW Google Cloud backup and recovery is now available!

Today is an exciting day for the Veeam Team, as we launch Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform, rounding out our cloud-native backup support for the leading hyperscale public cloud providers! Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform delivers native protection for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Virtual Machines (VMs) in the most cost-effective and secure manner on the market. No matter what happens to your data, Veeam will let you easily recover from any cloud data loss scenario in minutes! Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

HUGE, NEW AWS backup and recovery release!

Today, Veeam releases its latest AWS backup and recovery solution: Veeam Backup for AWS v3. This is the biggest release since the original launch just one year ago, and it contains some massive new capabilities for protecting AWS data, especially ones most requested by our users.

Let’s dive in and see some of the new key capabilities in this release.

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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

AWS-native backup and recovery now available!

NEW Veeam Backup & Replication v10A is now generally available, and it is not your typical alphabetical release… We’ve now brought AWS-native backup and recovery capabilities into the same console you trust to protect all your workloads – cloud, virtual and physical. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

Veeam at Cloud Field Day 8

Veeam had the pleasure to present its Cloud Data Management vision to the Cloud Field Day delegates. This event was a little different being a virtual event. Typically, Cloud Field Day is presented to a room full of extremely technical delegates, but this time we did it a little different. For this event, Veeam brought together David Hill, Anthony Spiteri and Michael Cade, three key members of the product strategy team managed by Danny Allan, Veeam’s Chief Technology Officer. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

A technical look at the new Veeam Backup for AWS v2

This is a major milestone release that contains a lot of enhancements that are needed for a successful data protection solution in the cloud, steered by feedback and requests from the user base. As Veeam continues to develop its Cloud Data Management solutions, the latest release of Veeam Backup for AWS really does bring it to the forefront of providing true enterprise-grade cloud data protection. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

Azure data backup: a technical look at Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure

Today, Veeam has announced the general availability of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure. It delivers native Azure backup for Microsoft Azure virtual machines (VMs), enabling users to cost-effectively and securely protect their cloud data to overcome any data loss scenario quickly and efficiently. What’s more, it also integrates with Veeam Backup & Replication, providing a single platform for hybrid cloud organizations to manage and migrate cloud, virtual and physical workloads effortlessly. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

Building a Backup DMZ in the AWS Cloud

Recently Veeam released Veeam Backup for AWS. A new product providing cloud-native data protection to AWS workloads, whether they are born in the cloud or migrated to the cloud. With this new release of Veeam Backup for AWS, new considerations, specifically how to build a backup environment, must be put in place. Isolated accounts leveraging built-in AWS security boundaries are needed to be implemented. As such, a “Backup DMZ” should be used to protect all the data that is being backed up. Read more
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David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy