“A modern data management platform built for any cloud”
Veeam Cloud Data Management Platform is the most complete solution to help our organizations evolve the way they manage data, while ensuring its availability across any application or cloud infrastructure. Click on each of the platform layers to learn more about how they can help.
Protect your data across a multi cloud environment.
Veeam offers a variety of data protection solutions for the multi cloud enterprise with strong alliance partnerships, including cloud providers: AWS, Microsoft Cloud, IBM Cloud and thousands of Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partners.
Get total access, control and protection of your software as a service (SaaS) data.
With Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365, organizations can mitigate the risk of losing access and control over Office 365 data, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
Protect your virtual environments with Veeam’s #1 Backup and Replication.
Veeam’s virtualization capabilities are extensive, given that the company’s roots are in virtual server backup/recovery and replication/failover. Veeam Backup & Replication itself provides the bulk of Veeam’s virtual backup support, with support for VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper‑V and Nutanix AHV hypervisors.
Endpoint and physical servers continue to represent a significant component of the data footprint in most organizations.
Endpoints, workstations and servers remain critical components of today’s data centers and Veeam provides backup and recovery for these physical components with Veeam Agents, including support for Windows, Linux, AIX, and Solaris.
Monitoring & Analytics
Visibility for any data, any app and across any cloud for business stakeholders.
With this capability, organizations can gain a unified management experience their entire IT infrastructure. With Veeam ONE, organizations can leverage a powerful monitoring, reporting and capacity‑planning tool that provides visibility into their workloads. For maintaining visibility and monitoring of distributed environments, Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager, enables organizations to manage backup and replication installations from a single console.
Anticipates need and securely meets the demand of a multi cloud world, reducing risk and accelerating innovation.
Orchestration is critical for both data Availability and agility. Veeam Availability Orchestrator helps automate the process of creating, documenting and testing DR plans so business continuity and compliance can be maintained. Veeam Availability Orchestrator can also be used to schedule Veeam DataLabs instances.
Backup & Replication
Veeam Backup & Replication™ is the engine that drives the Veeam Cloud Management Platform.
Veeam Backup & Replication is the engine that drives the Veeam Cloud Data Management Platform and provides centralized management for virtual, physical and cloud‑based workloads. Veeam’s core capabilities, backup and recovery, along with replication and failover, combine to form the cornerstone of Veeam’s flagship products, Veeam Backup & Replication and Veeam Availability Suite™.
Veeam DataLabs™ mitigates risk and drives innovation without business disruption.
Veeam DataLabs for Data Re‑Use provides capabilities that go beyond typical backup and recovery scenarios. By allowing customers to spin up isolated copies of their production environments, Veeam DataLabs enables recovery verification, testing of upgrades and patches prior to production deployment, security testing and compliance enforcement, the ability to more easily engage in DevOps and DevTest and more.
Universal Storage APIs
Our integrations enable the highest level of Availability and SLAs, improve operational efficiency and deliver the best possible outcomes.
Veeam delivers integrations and interfaces with a large ecosystem of partners. This includes hypervisor integration with VMware, Microsoft and Nutanix; cloud integrations including AWS, Azure, IBM Cloud and thousands of service providers; storage integration through Universal Storage APIs with partners including HPE, NetApp, Cisco, Pure Storage, IBM, Dell EMC and Huawei; and interfaces with many critical applications.