Read this 5 minute white paper to understand why cloud backup as a service (BaaS) could be the data availability option for you if you need to:
The complexity of IT environments today has made datacenter modernization an urgent priority. In the event of data loss or corruption, this can cost companies a large sum of money. Proactively addressing risks through better protection costs far less money. That’s likely a big reason why when ESG interviewed Veeam® and Cisco UCS customers, they stated that the shared traits of reliability, performance and manageability of these solutions were crucial factors.
Additionally, ESG validation testing proved what IT already knows:
Veeam and Cisco UCS are better together.
Read this white paper to learn more about the benefits of using Cisco and Veeam together.Read now
Learn how Cisco HyperFlex with Veeam® brings enterprise Availability, seamless scalability, ease of use, and multi-cloud support. You’ll see how you can have:
The trend carries on: Virtualization is becoming more and more important. This is why all of us need to deal with professional data protection. In this webinar for IT professionals, you will learn everything about backup and the top 10 best practices for your vSphere environment, according to Veeam®.
In this webinar, we will answer these questions:
The growing importance of data in today’s disruptive business climate requires organizations to break down data silos and provide data services to achieve faster insights, business value and oversight. With data at the center of business operations, data Availability has never been more essential.
Recently, IDC interviewed organizations using Veeam® and NetApp storage solutions to manage and protect their data. The interviews showed that organizations using these joint solutions gained significant business value.
This executive summary highlights key points from the IDC white paper: The Business Value of Using Veeam and NetApp to Reduce Data-Related Risks.Read now
The answer is aggregation.
Veeam® combines data protection for multiple workloads — physical, virtual and cloud — in order to establish central management across various data locations, enabling multi-cloud use cases. This simplified system also provides instant access to data to drive recovery, analytics, application development, and uninterrupted digital services.
Watch this webinar that explores the many different ways Veeam is able to simplify management through aggregation.
Topics discussed include:
Visibility into the data center allows businesses to evaluate the health state of its core operations. To be able to optimize your infrastructure, you first must know and understand what is occurring in your data center.
Monitoring and reporting on data operations allow users to become proactive in addressing problem areas, implementing improvements, and gaining knowledge on just how well their data center is running. In other words, it helps prevent server sprawl, overprovisioned machines, and lack of visibility.
Having a tool to gain control over virtualization and report on these environments is essential in telling you what VMs are needed, are they in use, and if they are provisioned properly, allowing you to optimize data center operations while inevitably ensuring data Availability for your business.
This paper aims to discuss why utilizing a monitoring and reporting tool in your environment can improve decision-making, data center operations, and increase visibility into your environment.Read now
Ransomware is top of mind for many organizations’ leaders as their organizations face the potentially disastrous aftermath of successful attacks.
ESG has surveyed IT leaders and organizations to find out how big of a problem ransomware is, what are the business consequences of downtime caused by these attacks, and which are some of the best practices and capabilities organizations need to apply to be protected.
According to the ESG research, nearly two-thirds of surveyed organizations across North America and Western Europe experienced a ransomware attack at some point last year, with 22% reporting weekly attacks. The attacks have helped make cybersecurity a target of IT investment, and spending is accelerating.
What’s needed to fend off this epidemic are best practices and tools to: