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Service providers save the day with Veeam

From resource constraints to ransomware attacks, IT organizations are faced with constant threats to downtime and data loss. Veeam® partners with a network of cloud and managed service providers to deliver expert-built and managed Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). 
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Gain access to experts

Leverage the experience and best practices only specialized service providers can deliver.

Get started fast

Don’t spend valuable time and budget hiring, buying and building – get it turnkey!

Reduce complexity

Avoid alarms, remediation, patching and other management headaches that come from DIY.

Ensure resiliency of any data, regardless of where it resides

From critical workloads running on premises to the sprawl of data in the cloud and at home offices, Veeam’s service provider partners offer the off‑site backup, monitoring and management, and disaster recovery services you need to stay resilient in the face of any threat.

Keep data portable

Leverage the best‑fit storage option for the workload, including off‑site and cross‑cloud

Accelerate cloud adoption

Take a cloud‑first approach to your protection with backup to, from and within the cloud

Stop ransomware

Leverage best practices from the experts to keep backups safe and recoverable

Protect critical workloads in your data center

Whether you’re looking for day‑to‑day management of your backups, an off‑site backup target for long‑term retention or a DRaaS offering ready for failover when you need it, our providers have your back and will ensure your most‑critical workloads are always available.

Manage day‑to‑day backups

Offload data protection to an expert who will proactively manage your environment.

Fail over into the cloud

Execute full or partial‑site failover for a cost‑effective disaster recovery strategy.

Scale for long‑term retention

Send backups to warm and cold cloud storage to maximize storage investments.

Gain control of your cloud data

Public clouds today host some of your most mission‑critical workloads, but the onus lies with you to ensure your data is available and protected. Backup as a Service offerings put the power in your hands to keep your data portable and recoverable.

Optimize your cloud spend

Leverage BaaS to scale backups to cold and archival storage.

Choose the best restore option

Veeam‑powered services unlock granular restore options not typically offered natively.

Disaster‑proof cloud data

The cloud can go down! Take control of your data with Veeam’s portable file format.

Back up endpoints to the cloud

As businesses shift to an increasingly remote workforce and corporate strategy, critical company data is being stored on endpoints. Reach and back up data on any device, regardless of where it resides, with the help of cloud and managed services.

Protect vulnerable laptops

Leverage cloud storage to ensure no device gets left behind.

Ensure remote worker productivity

Get employees up and running fast by restoring files or even entire machines.

Execute granular restores

Execute full, volume or file‑level backup and recovery.

Eliminate SaaS data loss

SaaS applications, like Microsoft Office 365, place the responsibility on you to protect your data. Backup as a Service can help by safeguarding your data from security threats and retention gaps with managed services and cross‑cloud storage.

Disrupt deletion and ransomware

Implement a backup strategy that ensures recovery in the face of any threat.

Easy recovery for compliance

Search and export data when needed for eDiscovery compliance requests.

Target any location for backups

Veeam’s portable format ensures you can back up on premises or in the cloud.

FAQ

What is Backup as a Service (BaaS)?
BaaS offers data protection for virtual machines (VMs), cloud-based workloads, endpoints and other workloads. These services can include installation, cloud hosting and continuous monitoring and management. Often, providers of BaaS will bill customers through a recurring/consumption model, aligning to operational expenditures (OpEx).
How does BaaS work?

BaaS offerings are often deployed and accessed in different ways depending on the workload. However, some software vendors (like Veeam) unify data protection across workloads and clouds to keep data portable and protected, regardless of where it resides.

BaaS users typically access their backup services on a customer self-service portal. Users can schedule backup jobs, set retention policies and execute recoveries. On the back end, the provider manages the storage, software patching and other critical infrastructure functions to keep services up and running.

What are common use cases for BaaS?

Customers who seek out BaaS, especially over do-it-yourself options, are looking to:

  • Gain access to experts, by off-loading the setup, maintenance, monitoring and updating of the storage and software.
  • Get started fast. Avoiding CapEx purchasing and complex setup is entirely in favor of the as-a-sservice model.
  • Accelerate cloud adoption by taking a cloud-first approach to storage decisions.
  • Establish a secondary location for backups, ensuring that data is recoverable and archived for compliance.
  • Keep data secure from ransomware and insider attacks by keeping an air-gapped copy away from primary storage. 
What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?
For customers who are looking to mitigate the upfront cost and expertise needed to build a secondary site for disaster recovery (DR), DRaaS is a great option. This cloud-hosted solution offers a more cost-effective, subscription-based service to execute a failover when users experience hardware failures, natural disasters and other critical issues in their primary data center.
How does DRaaS work?

DRaaS offerings are built from the ground-up by DR experts who are ready to handle the hardware, networking and access management needs of their users.

Users will work with a provider in advance to establish the backup and replication policies needed to make failover possible with the most up-to-date data available. Then, in the event of a failover, users can typically log into their provider’s portal, initiate a failover, and, within minutes, the planned VMs will be live and available in the provider’s cloud.

What are common use cases for DRaaS?

Customers who seek out DRaaS, especially over do-it-yourself options, are looking to:

  • Reduce cost by avoiding the immense CapEx required to establish a secondary site with ready-to-go storage, networking and access.
  • Gain specialized support that’s bolstered by the expertise that only a focused provider can offer, leaving no stone unturned in preparation.
  • Implement geographic separation.Backing up and replicating away from the primary data center ensures any natural disasters are unlikely to affect failover.
  • Leverage the flexibility of partial-site failover for when you just need on-demand storage for server migration, quick-fixes and any other problem with a limited scope.

How can we help?

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With services available around the world, Veeam makes it easy to find the best-fit provider for you.

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Learn from other customers

From small businesses to large enterprises, many organizations have reaped the benefits of “as a Service.”

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Connect to the cloud

Veeam Cloud Connect is a built-in capability of Veeam, offering a secure connection to a provider’s cloud.