In efforts to be more agile, businesses are evolving their IT environments to take advantage of highly virtualized, hyper-converged infrastructure. In the process, however, they may well find their legacy backup and recovery tools can't keep up.
Legacy solutions that were born before virtualization are being asked to back up virtual machines and virtualized storage systems, with predictably poor results. Such tools can't deliver on the recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs) that "always-on" businesses demand.
This paper describes why enterprises need HCI platforms that are integrated with tools that support reliable backup and recovery for highly virtual environments, while putting a premium on data Availability. That's exactly what Veeam® and Cisco deliver with the combination of Cisco HyperFlex and Veeam Availability Suite™, a solution purpose-built for a virtual world.Read now
Two-page executive summary describing the status of the Veeam® and Nutanix Alliance and proven insight on why the combination of these two companies are better able to solve today's IT business challenges.
Data is increasingly at the core of any business or organization and is fueling new Digital Transformation (DX) initiatives. And as data becomes more distributed, dynamic and diverse, data Availability has never been more essential in an effective and holistic data management strategy.
IDC recently conducted a study of organizations utilizing Veeam® Availability solutions in conjunction with NetApp Data Fabric technologies to determine the business value of the combined solution.
The study found: 286% five-year ROI, saving $31,642 per 100 users per year ($2.32M per organization)
Read this new IDC research paper to learn how joint Veeam and NetApp solutions mitigate risk, enhance Availability, reduce IT complexity and lower costs.Read now
According to Frost & Sullivan’s annual cloud user survey, 76% of IT decision-makers expect their hybrid environment to include multiple clouds from multiple vendors, managed via a single management console.
Adopting a multi-cloud strategy is a new imperative to compete in the digital era, however it comes with the need for a consistent way to manage all clouds, visibility into usage, automated failover between clouds and ease of migration across environments. The right Cross-Cloud Data Protection solution will not only avoid costs and burdensome manual processes, but also guarantee seamless management of any data, any application, across any cloud.
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