Data availability is a business issue, not just an IT issue. In fact, a recent report by ESG shows more than 80% of organizations say they are unable to manage today’s data explosion.
With the right hybrid IT solution, IT teams can focus on data more strategically while boosting business continuity. Choosing the right solution means finding one that allows your organization to become more agile while reducing risks and costs.
Enterprises utilizing HPE and Veeam solutions are finding:
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As more organizations turn to Hybrid IT infrastructures to drive their digital transformation efforts, data Availability becomes a business issue, not just an IT issue. With today’s 24.7.365 data and application needs, finding the right solution for the data-driven enterprise can be difficult. Most organizations are unable to manage and maintain data recovery and backup needs that are driving up operational costs.
By deploying modern solutions from HPE and Veeam, organizations can leverage both primary and secondary storage to close these Availability and data protection gaps, while also lowering costs, reducing complexity, mitigating risk and fostering innovation and business agility.
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IDC recently conducted a study of organizations with an average of 8,000 employees using Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) hardware as a primary and/or a secondary storage solution, together with Veeam® Availability software. Per this IDC study, participants reported significant business value.
They reported that their HPE and Veeam deployments had enabled more efficient and cost-effective, data-storage operations and significantly reduced data-loss risk and costs by:
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It’s no secret that well-crafted and reliable data protection infrastructures are essential to business competitiveness. When using Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Veeam® together, organizations can realize benefits such as better data Availability, streamlined IT operations, reduced data loss risk and significant financial rewards.
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It’s no secret that well-crafted and reliable data-protection infrastructures are essential to the competitiveness of businesses. When using Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Veeam® together, organizations can realize benefits such as better data Availability, streamlined IT operations, reduced data loss risk and significant financial rewards.
In this new IDC research paper, The Business Value of High-Availability Storage Environments from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Veeam Software, study participants share business values they gained such as:
A transformation is underway in data centers around the globe as organizations transition from legacy storage solutions to all-flash storage arrays. All-flash provides significant benefits for businesses, such as greater capacity, scalability and predictable high performance. But the move to all-flash data centers does not come without some challenges and an element of increased risk of data loss.
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This solution brief describes the business benefits of the Veeam® Software and Nimble Storage integration to provide:
This guide describes how to integrate Veeam® Software with Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s HPE 3PAR StoreServ, HPE StoreVirtual and Nimble Storage arrays to enable Backup from Storage Snapshots, Veeam Explorer™ for Storage Snapshots and On-Demand Sandbox™ for Storage Snapshots functionality. This decreases the impact from backup and replication operations on the production environment and significantly improve RPOs.Read now
Ransomware has evolved into a powerful cyber threat, able to take down solid security solutions. Ransomware attacks are spreading and becoming more sophisticated, which causes significant financial losses, brand identity damage or data loss for businesses around the world.
Solid data protection against ransomware threats requires a proactive approach, careful planning and industry best practices implementation, such as the 3-2-1 backup rule. Leveraging this rule, IT admins can ensure a high level of redundancy, as well as maximize application uptime and data protection. By doing so, organizations can avoid paying the ransom in case of a cyber-attack and benefit from a strong data availability solution.
Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) solution is easy to deploy and use and packed with very useful capabilities that make it an enterprise-class data availability solution: testing environment, rapid data restores and recovery or infrastructure lock down.
Read this joint Veeam and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) ransomware solution brief that details the rise in ransomware attacks, the business and IT risks of ransomware and explains how the integration of HPE storage platforms and Veeam software can be deployed to combat any ransomware threats by hackers.Read now
Veeam Backup & Replication integrates with StoreOnce Catalyst client software to achieve source-side deduplication and virtual synthetic full backups, leading to more efficient backup data transfer, less network utilization and overall better performance in comparison to backup using traditional NAS protocols (CIFS and NFS). This guide covers the setup and configuration of Veeam Backup & Replication with HPE StoreOnce Catalyst for both on-site and off-site backup data retention.Read now