With the release of Veeam® Backup & Replication™ v8, Veeam introduced a new technology — Veeam Cloud Connect — developed specifically for service providers to create and serve remote backup repositories. Veeam Backup & Replication v9 added replication and failover functionality to Veeam Cloud Connect.
Service providers who are part of the Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) program can use Veeam Cloud Connect to offer customers cloud backup and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). Every Veeam Backup & Replication v8 or v9 customer can then consume these services from their service provider of choice to send backups off site (v8 and v9) and replicate virtual machines (VMs) off site (v9).
With Veeam Cloud Connect, service providers can build their own Veeam-powered service offerings, leveraging a technology built from the ground up to be multi-tenant and scalable.
With this guide, service providers can learn how to design and deploy a complete Cloud Connect infrastructure.Read now
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You probably heard about Windows Nano Server already … but what is it exactly, and how do you get started with it? What value will it bring to your environment?
Nano Server is a headless, 64-bit only deployment option for Windows Server 2016. Microsoft created this component specifically with key scenarios in mind: Nano Server was created to serve as cloud fabric and infrastructure (Hyper-V host, clustering, networking, storage) and as a deployment option for applications that are, as they call it, born in the cloud (Platform as a Service v2 and ASP.NET v5 applications).
Download this FREE white paper, All You Need To Know About Microsoft Nano Server by Veeam® Microsoft Evangelist Mike Resseler and learn all you need to get started with Windows Nano Server, including:
Veeam® delivers enterprise scalability with solutions for both Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere, including backup and management of your physical and virtual environments. Together, Veeam and Microsoft provide the right combination of virtualization, protection, recovery and complete visibility to deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™.
Working closely with Microsoft, Veeam offers customers of all sizes protection of on-site VMs, applications and data, and Veeam extends recovery options from on-premises backups to hybrid cloud-based models, including both private cloud and Microsoft Azure public cloud options.
Business continuity is necessary for companies to operate 24.7.365, and it dictates the need to stay compliant with standards and regulations on data security management. For companies positioning themselves as Always-On Enterprises™, IT compliance is a certificate of trust, which guarantees their reliability and continuous business operations.
IT compliance is a hot topic today, as many IT departments struggle to meet regulation requirements and overcome challenges associated with documenting compliance. To present themselves as security compliant and resilient against threats, IT service providers and organizations follow the recommendations of international certifications, such as ISO 27000, which is a part of the Information Security Management Systems family.
An integral component of information security management is disaster recovery (DR) planning. In order to meet the compliance audit for DR planning, organizations must have a plan that includes information on the backed up data, backup recoverability, risk-oriented restores and the ability of IT to meet the defined RTO and RPO values, which is where Veeam® Availability Suite™ comes into play. Unifying backup and DR capabilities with monitoring, reporting and capacity planning for virtual and Veeam backup infrastructures helps companies stay compliant with internal and external IT regulations.
This white paper describes how Veeam can help customers meet IT compliance in the areas of backup and DR. You will learn how to master a reliable DR plan and achieve ISO 27000 compliance with Veeam Availability Suite, which provides:
IT teams are under extreme pressure to improve backup, disaster recovery and data protection to eliminate downtime and facilitate digital transformation. Many IT leaders are embracing modern Availability solutions to implement the 3-2-1 data protection rule as a best practice. This paper describes how organizations can leverage the combination of storage snapshots, Availability software and hybrid cloud to cost-efficiently modernize data protection and recovery to enable the Always-On Enterprise™.Read now
IT teams continue to embrace virtualization and flash storage to improve agility and maintain predictable performance across business-critical applications. In virtualized environments, however, Availability and recoverability are key issues that expose the limitations of legacy Availability solutions. This is especially true when all-flash storage arrays are introduced.
To meet the 24/7 Availability needs of today’s enterprise business, IT needs a new model. By adopting an innovative approach to Availability, organizations can dramatically improve backup and recovery times — all while maintaining VM (virtual machine) performance. Read this white paper to learn how.Read now
The healthcare industry faces constant pressure today. While costs should be reduced, SLAs (service level agreements) must also be met. Moreover, consumers rely on private data, which means it is vital that it be kept safe and well-managed. The goal to digitize data and make it available 24/7 has become increasingly crucial today.
Read this new IDGE white paper to learn how healthcare organizations are digitally transforming their infrastructures, and find out which key guidelines they’re using to enable 24.7.365 Availability.Read now
In the Always-On Enterprise, more and more workloads are mission-critical and are being deployed on virtualized infrastructure, leading to virtual machine (VM) sprawl.
HPE StoreOnce, combined with HPE StoreOnce Catalyst and Veeam, addresses the challenges facing backup administrators who need to consolidate and improve storage efficiencies while addressing these common problems.Read now
Take a look at this new interactive eBook “Building an Integrated Infrastructure that Just Won’t Quit” which serves as the first volume of the “Veeam Vantage Guide” eBook series.
This eBook outlines how Veeam® solutions provide 24.7.365 Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™, working in tandem with your integrated systems such as converged or hyper-converged infrastructures to make sure you’re up and running at all times.
Read on to see how Veeam technology can maximize the performance of Cisco, Dell EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NetApp converged infrastructure platforms and see how businesses can benefit from an integrated approach to application and data Availability. Learn what it means when Always-On™ truly means Always-On!Read now
When deploying Tier-1 business applications, most administrators choose to go virtual for many reasons, including reducing hardware dependency, consolidating workloads, portability and the ability to improve application performance. Going virtual also means having the right recovery tools to let your critical business applications such as Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, SharePoint and SQL Server be available 24/7 with no data loss.
An application-consistent backup tool is beneficial when it comes to applications such as Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, SQL Server and Active Directory. These data sources can become quite large, and since they are critical to running an organization, they need to remain online when being backed up and in select restore situations. The data sources don’t necessarily need to be recovered in their entirety, and if fully restored, could potentially lead to downtime and data loss. Item-level recovery gives administrators the option to restore one or more items from the backup without going offline.
That is why for every admin, item-level recovery might be the first resort, instead of restoring the whole Tier-1 application workload which is very time consuming and in most cases unnecessary. To fulfill the Tier-1 recovery demand, Veeam® offers application-specific Explorers allowing you to restore individual items from applications in the form of their native database types.
Read this white paper to learn details on specific application workloads and how you can utilize Veeam to perform item-level recovery. You’ll also read about: