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Advanced replication

  • Improve recovery objectives (RTO/RPO)
  • Onsite availability, offsite DR
  • Automatically verify every restore point
  • Reduce impact – replicate from backups

Availability via Built-in Replication

Ensuring that your organization’s mission-critical data remains available is essential to delivering on SLAs.  With advanced replication capabilities from Veeam®, you can avoid data loss and dramatically improve your recovery time and point objectives (RTO/RPO) to <15 minutes for ALL applications and data, minimizing the impact on your infrastructure.
Improve your DR plan and avoid data loss with NEW replication features

2-in-1: backup and replication

Replication is no longer a luxury — it’s part of your Availability strategy. Veeam’s 2-in-1: backup and replication™ provides you with a copy of your virtual machine (VM) in a ready-to-start state, so if a VM goes down, you can immediately fail over to a standby VM.

  • Enhanced Availability for any virtualized application
  • Image-based replication on site for Availability, or off site for disaster recovery
  • No impact on production environment, performing replication from backup files
Select source from backup files.
Select source from backup files

Сloud-based disaster recovery: fast and secure

Now, cloud-based disaster recovery is natively available for businesses of all sizes. With Veeam Cloud Connect, you can send VM replicas off site to a Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP), completing your Availability strategy through built-in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). You don’t need to build and maintain a secondary site for your VM replicas.

  • A secure and direct connection to modern DRaaS providers
  • Cost-effective, image-based VM replication to deliver true cloud-based disaster recovery
  • No VPN required

Failover and failback

Replication is your safety net. If a production VM goes down, you can immediately fail over to a VM replica, giving users access to the services and applications they need with minimum disruption while you resolve the issue. We make replication easy so that you can improve your disaster recovery (DR) plan and avoid data loss.

  • Restore normal operations while your replica is running by failing back to the production VM, to a new location, or just making the replica VM your new production VM. Maintain multiple replica restore points, so if your latest replica is corrupt, rolling back to a previous restore point is available as an option.
  • Plan your entire failover in advance, and start it with a single click using our new Failover Plans. Add VMs from replicas, move them up or down to get a boot order and set a delay for each VM so that they don’t start before a previous one starts up. Simple!
  • Facilitate data center migrations or perform maintenance on your production hosts with our new Planned Failover feature. Planned Failover shuts down the source VM, replicates any changes to the target VM and starts the VM—all with no data loss and little downtime.

SureReplica*

With SureReplica, you can automatically verify every restore point in every replica automatically. SureReplica will start VMs in an isolated Virtual Lab and run scripted tests against any application. No more manual test failovers needed!

* Currently available for VMware only

Watch Video: Virtual Lab for Replicas demo

Built-in WAN Acceleration for replication

Getting replicas across the WAN is challenging and bandwidth is expensive. With Veeam’s Built-in WAN Acceleration for replication, you can selectively copy replicas off site up to 50x faster and with a 20x reduction in bandwidth usage compared to copying raw data.

Veeam’s Built-in WAN Acceleration utilizes advanced data reduction technologies to dramatically cut the amount of data transferred across the WAN. Because it’s built-in, it’s easy to use and you avoid the cost of acquiring and maintaining third-party WAN acceleration technology. And, since we know the content of our backups and replicas (unlike general-purpose WAN accelerators), we can deliver much better data reduction ratios.