Backup, recovery, and migration of mission-critical workloads on Azure

Regardless of what percentage of your organization’s mission-critical workloads are running in the cloud today, it’s likely far more than it was a year ago. This is due to a combination of net-new workloads, as well as migrating in from data centers, leading me to a Pinterest-worthy platitude – the life (of your data) is a journey, not a destination. The best infrastructures for our workloads today may not be the best tomorrow. We witnessed this with the decoupling and migration of the majority of our physical servers' OS, applications and data to virtualized platforms. Today, its rapid acceleration to the cloud, especially true in the light of COVID-19, further accelerating this shift. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

The AWS Shared Responsibility Model

It goes without saying that adoption of AWS – specifically for running production workloads – continues to build with unprecedented momentum. Some of you may refer to this acceleration within your organization as “cloud-first,” and you’re all likely somewhere along this journey. From the early stages of planning and experimenting, to deploying new apps and migrating your on-prem data centers as fast as humanly possible. And why not? It can be relatively easy to make the cloud work for you, helping transform the business for the better, from costs to competitive advantage and more. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

COMING SOON: New NetApp integrations

It's not been long since we launched Veeam Availability Orchestrator v2, bringing with it full orchestration and automation support to restores from Veeam backups. This brought brand new DR possibilities – including the ability to achieve real DR from backups – with extreme operational efficiencies. The orchestration technology that delivers methodical, planned and proven DR was once only available to enterprises or the most mission critical of applications, is now available for all applications and data, no matter how they've been protected. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

5 pro tips for recovering applications quickly and reliably

Today’s apps consist of multiple component tiers with dependencies both inside the app and outside (on other applications). While separating these apps into logical operational layers yields many benefits, it also introduces a challenge: complexity.

I wanted to share with you some tips, tricks, best practices and some of the tools that will help you be more successful and efficient when building and executing a DR plan that will recover entire apps quickly and reliably. Read more

Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Veeam Availability Orchestrator v2 makes DR possible for all organizations

Building on the immediate successes of v1, we're excited to announce the general availability of Veeam Availability Orchestrator v2! By delivering full orchestration and automation support to recovery, testing and documenting for both replicas and backups, true DR can now be extended to all applications and data while significantly lowering costs, democratizing DR for companies of all sizes. Let’s take a look at some of the notable new features and enhancements. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Disaster recovery plan documentation with Veeam Availability Orchestrator

Without a doubt, the automated reporting engine in Veeam Availability Orchestrator and the disaster recovery plan documentation it produces are among its most powerful capabilities. They’re something we’ve had a lot of overwhelmingly positive feedback from customers that benefit from them, and I feel that sharing some more insights into what these documents are capable of will help you understand how you can benefit from them, too. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Using orchestration to minimize downtime and maximize compliance

It seems like it’s almost every day that the news reports another major company outage and as a result, the massive operational, financial and reputational consequences experienced, both short- and long-term. Widespread systemic outages first come to mind when considering disasters and threats to business and IT service continuity. But oftentimes, it’s the overlooked, “smaller” threats that regularly occur. Human error, equipment failure, power outages, malicious threats and data corruption can too bring an entire organization to a complete standstill.

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Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing