Digital transformation is dramatically changing how the world interacts. Ensuring your services and applications are always available to employees — and customers — is essential to becoming a digital leader.
The journey to Always-On™ application Availability begins with a close examination of your current infrastructure to determine the cause of unwanted downtime. From eliminating data loss and slow data recovery to minimizing risk and decreasing downtime, you can leverage Availability initiatives to jumpstart digital transformation, rapidly adapt to business changes and become an industry leader.
Read this eBook to learn how six companies achieved 24/7 Availability with help from Cisco and Veeam®.Read now
IT organizations are investing in server virtualization, modern storage applications and cloud-based services in order to provision IT services faster, strengthen security and control, and lower operational costs. However, these businesses are facing new demands from end users including access to data and applications 24/7, no patience for downtime or data loss, and exponential data growth at 30-50% per year. This solution brief provides a review of how VMware and Veeam combine to create a platform designed to identify and remediate emerging system issues, optimize infrastructure capacity and maintain the Availability requirements of the modern data center.
Achieving non-stop service and Availability traditionally required a significant investment in fully redundant systems with failover capabilities. But, many organizations settle for legacy hardware or tools that cost even more when they fail to avoid outages and take too long to recover if outages do occur. This solution brief reviews how VMware and Veeam® identify and remediate emerging-system issues, optimize infrastructure capacity and maintain the Availability requirements facing the Always-On Enterprise™ of today.Read now
This white paper provides insight into the capabilities of Veeam® Backup™ Free Edition. It includes 13 features that can be utilized to protect VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments, with no limitations on the number of hosts or virtual machines. This paper dives into the details of each feature and shows you why Veeam Backup Free Edition is the must-have tool for managing your VMs.Read now
Originating in 1989, ransomware attacks have started spreading internationally around 2012, with infection approaches becoming more and more sophisticated and attack delivery getting easier and easier. The U.S. Department of Justice recently referred to ransomware as a new business model for cybercrime and a global phenomenon.
As ransomware becomes a mainstream threat, cybersecurity spending forecasts show substantial growth moving forward. Leveraging data protection and security best practices is crucial to protect your company’s Digital Life. Veeam® offers businesses and end users the confidence that their Digital Life will be Always-On™ and uninterrupted by ensuring they have the right ransomware resilience and recovery plans in place.
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This is a high-level best practices guide covering Veeam® Backup & Replication™ 9.5 and Nutanix using NFS datastores with VMware vSphere 5.5 through 6.5 and Hyper-V 2012 R2 and 2016. The focus here is on an optimized disk-to-disk backup architecture.
Consumers of this document should be familiar with concepts pertaining to VMware vSphere, Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 and Nutanix. It is intended for use by individuals responsible for the architecture, design, management and support of Veeam Backup & Replication on Nutanix systems.
We also take a high-level look at Veeam Backup & Replication’s planned support for the native Nutanix hypervisor, AHV.
The solution and testing provided in this document was completed with Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 on Windows Server 2012 R2, deployed on VMware vSphere 5.5 on the Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform
This guide covers:
A checklist is included in this document to help ensure you implement all the applicable best practices.
It seems that sometimes data deduplication is a panacea, but in fact it is not. This paper examines the trade-offs between data reduction techniques and the business value associated with the use of backup data for purposes other than backup restoration.
Here is a quick rundown of the content in this document:
The purpose of this white paper is to showcase the ease of integration, best practices and expected performance results for data backup and restore using Pure Storage FlashArray, Veeam® Backup & Replication 9.5™ and Pure Storage FlashBlade data solutions using realistic, real-world examples.
The combination of these innovative, 100% flash-based solutions provides the best performance, as well as:
Take a look at this joint Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Veeam® Software customer reference book to find out how four companies:
For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Using the AWS (Amazon Web Services) gateway to act as a VTL (Virtual Tape Library) with Veeam®, however, allows users to save time and money by connecting their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to AWS, and then sending archival backups from Veeam Backup & Replication to AWS.
This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with AWS Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including: