Veeam and DCIG have confidentially resolved the legal action of Veeam Software Corporation v. DCIG, LLC, USDC WD Tex. As a result of the settlement, DCIG removed the publications Veeam objected to, including DCIG's "2011 Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide" and will not license them, and Veeam removed this post criticizing DCIG's "2011 Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide"

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Veeam’s response to the “DCIG 2011 Virtual Server Backup Software Buyer's Guide”, 4.6 out of 5 based on 10 ratings

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    • Mai Huong

      I like your pointers – but didn’t CommVault beat Veeam handsdown in a 1st tier analysis company called Gartner in this years Magic Quadrant…? – sounds like sore pointers more like…

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    • Anton Gostev

      Mai, did you also note that this Gartner’s Magic Quadrant report only includes physical server backup solutions? So, this report is really irrelevant.

      Better check out most recent report from Gartner, where Veeam is clearly identified as the leader for *virtual* machine backups. 😉

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    Doug Hazelman (VMDoug)
    Author: Doug Hazelman (VMDoug)

    Doug Hazelman is Vice President, Product Strategy, Chief Evangelist. Doug consults with customers, partners and industry analysts on key considerations for implementing virtual server infrastructures. He works with Veeam’s R&D team to enhance and develop new Veeam products to address market needs, and advises customers... 

    Published: December 16, 2010