Veeam Service Provider Console v7: Enhanced Public Cloud and Microsoft 365 Integrations for MSPs

Seamless Integration With Public Cloud Platforms

As more businesses shift their workloads to public cloud environments, it’s imperative that managed service providers (MSPs) have tools that can adapt and extend their data protection reach these platforms. Since its inception back in 2016 as Veeam Backup Portal, Veeam Service Provider Console has continued to evolve with the needs of our cloud and service provider partners.

Veeam continues to focus on developing and integrating cloud and managed service operation capabilities so service providers can continue to be aware of and control workloads no matter where they are in the world.

On-premises and infrastructure backup service offerings are essential in creating recurring service revenue. It is also instrumental in being able to have complete awareness of all systems and services no matter what system they reside on. Beyond that, cloud and MSPs need to be able to control access and visibility to your workloads as well as give you the ability to report on them and bill their customers and resellers for their services.

Unveiling Veeam Service Provider Console v7

We are excited to announce the release of Veeam Service Provider Console v7, which brings a host of significant improvements. The main improvements are listed below:

  • BaaS capabilities for Microsoft 365
  • BaaS capabilities for AWS and Azure
  • New UI/UX overview dashboard and trends
  • Self-service file-level recovery for Veeam Agents
  • 120+ New API endpoints for automation

Veeam Service Provider Console v7 brings new capabilities for MSPs, resellers and tenant administrators by streamlining large-scale Veeam Backup & Replication deployments. This console now supports remote installation, upgrades and patching, which reduces overhead and simplifies management through the Veeam Cloud Connect tunnel.

Billing and reporting features also have been improved with new metrics for object storage, archival, egress traffic, protected users and public cloud workloads. Subscription plan settings have been updated and now offer more flexibility in pricing and invoicing. Enhanced license usage reports and more stable data collection engines further optimize the experience.

The console’s management server and agent have also seen improvements, including better deployment tasks, database optimizations and management agent updates. MSPs can now deploy, manage, license and report on backup agents more effectively in hosted infrastructures.

Veeam Service Provider Console v7 boasts full support for future Veeam products, including Veeam Backup & Replication v12 and other agent versions for different platforms. Updated plugins and enhancements to RESTful API (now at v3.3) round out this release, offering more control and flexibility for service providers.

Bringing Managed as a Service for Public Cloud Workloads

With Veeam Service Provider Console v7, we enhanced our support for public cloud workloads, which enables MSPs to monitor, manage and bill for services in AWS and Azure environments.

Veeam Service Provider Console v7 now provides native integration for AWS and Azure, which empowers service providers to extend their protection and management capabilities to workloads that reside in these public cloud platforms. This ensures that MSPs can continue to generate revenue as public cloud usage grows while offering end-to-end visibility and control over their customers’ data.

Microsoft 365 as a Service

In response to the increasing demand for Microsoft 365 backup and monitoring solutions, Veeam Service Provider Console v7 now integrates with Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 and Veeam ONE. This integration simplifies the management of Microsoft 365 data protection and monitoring, which allows service providers to offer comprehensive backup and monitoring services for their customers’ Microsoft 365 environments.

With Veeam Service Provider Console v7, MSPs can manage their customers’ Microsoft 365 backup jobs, monitor backup performance and gain insight into potential issues or areas for improvement. Additionally, integrating with Veeam ONE enables MSPs to generate detailed reports and ensure they have the data they need to make informed decisions and provide top-notch customer service.

Enhanced Security and Remote Management

Security remains a top priority for businesses of all sizes, and Veeam Service Provider Console v7 delivers robust security features that enable MSPs to better protect their customers’ data. Tokenized security certificates for Veeam Agents improved secure communication between Veeam Service Provider Console and remote systems while the pre-configured Veeam Agents for Windows, for Linux and for Mac simplified deployment and management.

Expanded Automation Capabilities

The latest version of Veeam Service Provider Console also comes with improved RESTful APIs, which allows MSPs to integrate their platform’s new features into existing third-party portals. This makes it easier than ever for service providers to automate various processes, including license management, customer onboarding and billing, ultimately increasing efficiency and reducing manual intervention.

Conclusion

Veeam Service Provider Console v7 continues to evolve as a powerful and comprehensive platform for MSPs with its enhanced public cloud and Microsoft 365 integrations, improved security features and expanded automation capabilities. This latest version empowers service providers to manage and protect an even broader range of workloads and ensure they stay ahead in the ever-changing IT landscape.

Visit the veeam.com download site to install or upgrade to Veeam Service Provider Console v7 today.

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