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
More and more companies are considering the cloud as viable and simpler alternative to more traditional solutions such as tape to have one copy of their backups off-site. It’s also easier compared to managing and maintaining a secondary data center to achieve the same goal. However, this growing demand leads hosting and cloud service providers to receive and store very large amounts of backup data.
To address this market demand, Veeam® Availability Suite™ combines with Hewlett Packard Enterprise Apollo Servers Series to help you build your Backup as a Service offerings, while optimizing costs and space in your data centers.
Download this Veeam Deployment Guide, and you’ll learn:
In this white paper, you’ll learn about requirements driving the need for increased Availability, less complexity and improved reliability.
You’ll also read how Veeam® and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) can help you meet your Availability objectives, future-proof your datacenter investment and gain capabilities that provide data protection without limits to meet your Always-On™ business needs.
Read examples of how other organizations have used these technologies to attain mission-critical, application Availability, meet recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs), and provide fast, reliable DR capabilities for their modern datacenters.Read now
Everyone needs a place to store their backups off site so they can recover them quickly if there’s a disaster. Veeam® Cloud Connect for the Enterprise makes it easy for enterprise businesses with multiple remote offices to create centralized, off-site repositories for their Veeam Powered backups, and also to securely connect the repositories to their headquarters datacenter or Microsoft Azure cloud. Veeam Cloud Connect for the Enterprise is licensed by the VM and is an add-on purchase to Veeam Availability Suite™ and Veeam Backup & Replication™.
This deployment guide highlights the features and setup practices when using Veeam Cloud Connect for the Enterprise with Microsoft Azure, including:
Much of today’s server infrastructure is procured from multiple vendors and requires significant investment in planning, procurement, troubleshooting and management — a time-consuming and expensive process. How can you simplify and accelerate your IT deployments?
Download this expert white paper to learn how to reduce the Availability gap by choosing the right HCI to fit your IT architecture. Learn how to leverage the native functionality of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) and strengthening it with an integrated Availability solution.Read now
Application Availability has gone through an Evolution. Applications today now need to be constantly available and ready for immediate use. Less that this is just not acceptable. As business shifts outward toward customers, partners and prospects, more applications today are also considered to be critical.
You need an Always-On® service to ensure Availability. Read the white paper, Gone Critical. The Evolution in Application Availability, and learn about today’s constant Availability needs and the service that provides it. Find out how you can achieve:
IT departments everywhere want to modernize their production environments while also simplifying and accelerating deployments.
Turning to a converged or hyper-converged infrastructure to achieve native Availability functionality such as self-healing, clustering and failover for High Availability, can’t always help you meet the demands required for today’s Always On™ business structure.
This expert white paper, Leverage Your Investment in Convergence by Modernizing Availability, discusses applications and workloads you can benefit from when using converged or hyper-converged infrastructures. It also tells you the benefits of using integrated Availability solutions and highlights specific solutions that drive Availability when using a converged or hyper-converged infrastructure.Read now
Critical applications in today’s data center frequently run SAP. Learn more in the recent white paper, Veeam® Availability Suite™ and SAP on Oracle, by Rick Vanover, Veeam Director of Technical Product Marketing & Evangelism. Find out why enterprises are now demanding the highest possible Availability levels when it comes to data protection, backup, recovery and more. Learn how Veeam Availability Suite combines Veeam and SAP tools to achieve high Availability levels and enhanced capabilities.
You also get a deep dive into useful backup, recovery and data-protection techniques for SAP with Veeam and native tools, including:
Microsoft Azure cloud gives us today a lot of possibilities for running different services, which will rationalize companies. Mails, DBs, even linux operating systems can be run in Azure. Less popular feature is to copy Veeam backups to Azure and later restore it there as an Azure VM keeping all settings and features. Moreover, it doesn’t matter where such machines were originally running: VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, or are they backups of physical machines made by Veeam Endpoint Backup.
The procedure described in this whitepaper is based on completely free tools that are a part of Veeam portfolio. The only requirement is to have a Microsoft Azure subscription. These easy steps shows how you can use Microsoft Azure as a simple, disaster recovery center.
In this whitepaper you will learn: