Service Providers: The Veeam difference in BaaS for public cloud

Being a managed service provider offering Backup up as a Service (BaaS) for AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud can be daunting. You may end up trying to decipher the best solution just by combing through marketplace ads and descriptions. Deciding what’s needed and what’s not needed is crucial to ensure that you provide a cost-effective and efficient backup system that’s not only good for your customer but (let’s be honest) good for you as well. Read more
Michael Loos
Michael Loos

VCSP Manager, 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

5 Key features of Veeam Service Provider Console v4

The centralized, web-based user interface offers VCSP partners a single dashboard to view the current state of all of their customers backups, whether on-premises or hosted with a cloud service provider. Along with the capabilities necessary to perform actions on jobs, gather usage reports, and integrate management and monitoring into third party platforms such as ConnectWise.

Let’s take a closer look at the top 5 features and benefits of the NEW Veeam Service Provider Console v4 to help you simplify your managed back up offerings. Read more
Michael Loos
Michael Loos

VCSP Manager, Product Marketing