Ensuring that your organization’s mission-critical data remains available is essential to delivering on SLAs. In today’s age of massive unstructured data growth, regulatory compliance requirements for DR and retention and the constant threat to data through malicious acts, the 3-2-1 rule is more important than ever. Veeam® Backup & Replication™ makes this simple with built-in replication that ensures your data gets to its destination in an encrypted fashion that’s delivered quickly. Avoid data loss and dramatically improve your recovery time and point objectives (RTOs/RPOs) to <15 minutes for ALL applications and data, minimizing the impact on your infrastructure.
To remain best protected, you should follow the 3-2-1 rule; have at least three copies of your data stored in two locations, with at least one being kept offsite. Let’s add to that by adding another “1” to the rule where one of the media copies is offline or immutable, and a “0” to show that the backup was verified and ready for recovery.
To get the best Recovery Time Objectives (RTO), Veeam Backup & Replication can create an exact copy of your VM in a ready-to-start state, stored natively on a spare host in VMware vSphere or Hyper-V.
Solving common problems encountered during off-site backups, Veeam Backup & Replication gets data to its destination on through built-in WAN acceleration delivered by combining compression, multi-streaming and deduplication.
Ensure that data arrives safely to its destination with 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption. Adding network traffic encryption is configured as part of global network traffic rules making management a simple, global task.
In cases of software or hardware malfunction, you can quickly recover a corrupted VM by failing over to its replica, where the replicated VM takes over the role of the original VM.
Maintain availability with Failover plans that provide built-in orchestration , enabling one-click site failover by adding and arranging replica VMware VMs in a pre-determined boot order.
Leverage automated replication to immediately copy backup files offsite after backup completes, satisfying the 3-2-1 rule which asks for one full copy of your data to remain offsite.