Understanding Hybrid Cloud Management

Hybrid cloud management involves a mixed computing environment, comprising a mixture of public clouds and private clouds or on-premises infrastructure. Many organizations use a hybrid cloud architecture because it allows them to spread workloads over multiple data centers and cloud providers to extend their capabilities while retaining existing hardware and services. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Google Cloud Pricing Guide: Calculate & Optimize Costs

Google Cloud is a collection of services including storage and compute resources, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS), provided by Google. The company offers several pricing options catering to different demographics and use cases, including a free tier, pay-as-you-go options, and discounted long-term reservations. Because there are so many pricing options, it can be difficult for organizations to predict how much their cloud usage will cost them. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

Best Practices for Secure Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Backup

Cloud computing has become ubiquitous and has reached the point where nearly half of all workloads run in the cloud. Currently, most organizations operate a combination of on-premise and cloud workloads, known as a hybrid cloud. Typically, they keep key services within their data centers and use the cloud for customer-facing services, software applications and flexible data storage. The hybrid cloud model is ideal because it is not always possible, or even wise, to move everything to the cloud for reasons like cost, performance and compliance. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

NEW Cloud Backup Options With Veeam Agents

So, it turns out that your data that resides on public cloud IaaS like Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Azure VMs doesn’t protect itself. For as long as Veeam Agents have been around, Veeam users have used them to protect their cloud-hosted workloads. In fact, for over three years, the protection of IaaS and PaaS has also been possible in our cloud-native appliances: Veeam Backup for AWS, for Microsoft Azure and for Google Cloud. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

A Whole Lot of Google Cloud Love This V-Day

What a whirlwind of a couple of weeks it’s been here at Veeam! With the launch of V12, so many exciting enhancements have been delivered to help organizations secure their backup strategy and improve recovery across hybrid cloud environments. Part of that includes a host of new capabilities in Veeam Backup for Google Cloud v4 delivered on Valentine’s Day! So, let’s dive in to exactly what’s new. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing

NEW Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v4

It’s been a busy few weeks for our cloud teams launching new versions of our native backup and recovery solutions for AWS, Google Cloud, and now Microsoft Azure! Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v4 a number of significant capabilities that have been added to help customers protect more of their Microsoft Azure environment, enhance security and streamline usability. Let’s jump right into some of the new key features. Read more
Sam Nicholls
Sam Nicholls

Principal, Product Marketing