Veeam Executive Blog

Andy Vandeveld

Andy Vandeveld,
VP of Global Strategic Alliances

VeeamON 2017: Alliances + Veeam are Better Together

About a month ago, Veeam gathered close to 3,000 attendees in New Orleans, LA for VeeamON 2017, the world’s premier Availability event — a great success for the Veeam family. What puts Veeam in the forefront of innovation and customer satisfaction is our great relationship with our Alliance partners. As the old African proverb says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Veeam’s collaboration with partners is the key ingredient for our global ...

Published: June 20, 2017

Accelerated Performance and Availability for the Always-On Enterprise, Pure Storage and Veeam — Better Together

In the world of business, a lack of speed can be fatal to your ability to compete. Perhaps that is why many organizations are embracing all-flash storage solutions for their data center environments. All-flash solutions help deliver more predictable performance across business workloads to ensure a more seamless digital experience to customers, partners and end-users. But, you need more than just speed to survive in this digital age. You also need Always-On Availability. Veeam is attending Pure Storage Accelerate in San Francisco in force ...

Published: June 13, 2017

Veeam ‘HyperFlexes’ its hyperconverged muscles with Cisco

Today’s HyperFlex version updates from Cisco come almost a year to the day of its launch. The updates are important for organizations — many of which are Veeam customers —interested in the benefits of all-in-one compute, storage, network and virtualization technologies.

Veeam’s relationship with Cisco has continued to strengthen. And last week’s news about our integration with Cisco HyperFlex has made it even stronger.

At just one-year-old with about 1,000 customers to its name, many of our Veeam ...

Published: March 7, 2017

Veeam and Cisco deliver hyper-Availability

Have you suffered downtime in your business over the past 12 months? If you have, you’re not alone. According to our 2016 Availability Report, on average, a business has 15 unplanned downtime events per year, and non-mission critical application downtime is increasing too. Added to that, less than half of the businesses tested their backups (yes, not all backups are successful!), and it paints a worrying picture, a picture that costs businesses around $16 million. Incredible isn't it?

Here at Veeam, the team ...

Published: March 2, 2017