Veeam has created a series of videos where Jason Buffington, vice president of Solutions Strategy, and Dave Russell, vice president of Enterprise Strategy, discuss key findings from Veeam’s Cloud Protection Trends 2021 report, where 1,550 data center professionals were surveyed regarding their cloud data protection activities.
In part one, we’ve talked about personas involved in protecting cloud workloads. Second blog focused on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and hybrid IT cloud workloads. In this third and last blog post in the series, we focus on cloud database backup and container adoption and protection.
There are backup administrators of course, but also, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) administrators, and other data center stakeholders as well. In the first video we cover:
- How many organizations are running databases in Amazon and Azure clouds, and which database platforms are running in the hosted VMs.
- How are organizations backing up these cloud-hosted databases.
Container adoption and backup strategies
In the second video we cover:
- What stage are organizations at in implanting their container strategy.
- How are data centers backing up data within containers overall.
- A view of backup strategy by backup, IaaS and Software as a Service (SaaS)/Platform as a Service (PaaS) administrators.
Be sure to look at the prior videos of this three-part blog series.
About the report: In August 2021, Veeam published the research findings from an independent analyst survey of 1,550 unbiased IT decision makers involved in cloud-powered production IT, including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and/or Containers.
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