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Veeam Universal License (VUL) is the flexible, portable and cost-effective licensing solution for your ever-changing workload landscape. Perhaps you are going from physical to virtual, or virtual to cloud, changing hypervisors or even trying a new application. Maybe you have a combination of on-premises and multi-cloud workloads — Veeam has you covered!
You can protect the following features and products, which are now part of Veeam Backup & Replication:
Veeam Backup for AWS
Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Oracle Solaris and IBM AIX
Veeam Backup for Nutanix AHV
Veeam Enterprise Application Plug-ins
And more with no additional product or workload-specific licenses to purchase!
When searching for the right backup solutions for your business, you first need to understand the three core types of protection that’s seen in backup solutions today:
In modern data backup solutions, you will have the flexibility you need to choose the backup strategy that will allow you to maximize your storage and network while minimizing the time that it takes to recover data when needed.
Core to any backup strategy you must consider:
Nearly everyone considers items one and two when choosing backup solutions for business but often we forget the most important item — can it be restored when needed? When choosing data backup solutions, always make sure that your backup solution has an automated way to test and secure backup data for recoverability before it goes into storage.
Security is especially important when choosing backup solutions for businesses, as the data that’s stored in your backups is a goldmine to your business as well as any malicious attackers. To keep safe and secure, your backup solution should offer the methodology to: