V11: Unleash the power and recovery of your Veeam NAS backup

In Veeam Backup & Replication v10, Veeam released the ability to protect your NAS shares and file servers at scale, the key differentiators being the storage agnostic approach and super-fast incremental backups of your unstructured data. NAS backup in V10 also enabled some fast and efficient ways to recover your NAS data, recovering what you want when you need it. Veeam Backup & Replication v11 continues to focus on that NAS backup experience with a distinct focus on expanded recovery. Read more
Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

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

Ransomware is attacking NAS data – are you prepared?

We know that ransomware is attacking us from all angles. With strains of ransomware and malicious activity exploring new routes to your data, it’s just a matter of time until you and your business are compromised. Your unstructured data is just another target for these strains of ransomware. In the past, businesses were typically infected via email or exploit kits hidden within websites. These new attack methods focusing on NAS devices use a different method. Read more
Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

v10: Seriously Powerful NAS Backup at Scale

The world of NAS has changed over the years, historically being used as a central location to store and share user files and home directory data across the business.

Today, NAS is used much more widely - commonly including applications, large unstructured data sets and virtualization. What has also changed is the scalability that you can now achieve through your production NAS devices by exposing NFS or SMB protocols for these workloads. As such, unstructured data is currently measured in Petabytes and continues to grow exponentially.

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Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Dell EMC SC storage plug-in now available

Welcome the new plug-in for the Dell EMC SC Series! This is not the first integration we have done with Dell EMC, and this latest integration will add to the list which already includes Dell EMC VNX, VNXe and Unity.

But in contrast to the Dell EMC storage products we already have integrations with, this will be the first integration written by Dell EMC themselves. This new plug-in with SC Series will help to increase Veeam’s storage footprint coverage.

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Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

How to avoid vendor lock-in with Community Edition

At Veeam, every day we wake up thinking about data… your data! We’re constantly thinking about the unique ways we can protect that data better; how we can do it more efficiently; how we can make restore times even faster, and even where tomorrow’s data will reside.

We have the ability to look forward because of the way Veeam backup files are created and have been created from day one — with you being in full control of your data at all times.

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Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy