Veeam® and Nutanix help enable digital transformation by accelerating deployment and simplifying the management of business application resources across hybrid cloud environments. In this Veeam and Nutanix solution brief, you will learn how to:
Downtime and disaster recovery (DR), data management across hybrid environments and complying with data protection and retention regulations are just some of the challenges facing healthcare organizations today.
With full support for VMware vSAN and VMware Cloud on AWS, Veeam® Backup & Replication™ allows healthcare organizations to move data securely across multi-cloud infrastructures while complying with complex data protection and retention regulations facing healthcare organizations today.
Read how Veeam and VMware protect vital patient data while increasing business innovation, agility and extending Availability to healthcare service providers, clinics and primary care practitioners.Read now
Data is the lifeblood of most businesses and it’s everybody’s job to protect it. That said, it’s IT’s job to know how to protect it. In the age of the cloud, how safe are your mission-critical functions?
As 81% of enterprises embrace a multi-cloud strategy, it’s now critical that data and applications are always available across all cloud types including private, public and hybrid clouds to meet the innovation and competitive demands of your business. Learn how organizations across the globe are discovering the importance of rapid data recoverability and high Availability and how to mitigate the potentially negative business impact of taking shortcuts.Read now
Veeam® Cloud Connect for the Enterprise offers a turnkey solution for enterprises to connect their on-premises, Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to Microsoft Azure. The Certified Veeam VM in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace is limited in its storage capacity, which for many customers makes it necessary to implement additional Scale Out storage solutions.
This user guide provides instructions on how to deploy and configure both a StoneFly Scale Out NAS Enterprise Cloud Drive virtual machine and Veeam Cloud Connect in the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
You will learn how to:
Read this 5 minute white paper to understand why cloud backup as a service (BaaS) could be the data availability option for you if you need to:
For managed service providers (MSPs) looking to put break/fix services in the rear-view mirror, new applications and cloud-based storage options have unlocked opportunities for agility and growth — and new challenges.
The natural answer to these new technologies is to develop customized technology stacks. And, while it may seem like a great way to deliver a unique customer experience, it eventually comes at the cost of growing your business and delivering the high standards expected of customer service.
In this report, we’ll outline market research that demonstrates how you can unlock business and service benefits when you standardize your technology stack:
The MSP space is evolving rapidly, don’t get left beyond! Download this report to stay ahead of the competition.Read now
Can your business afford the revenue and productivity loss associated with technology outages? In a hypercompetitive market, few businesses can. Many IT professionals expect to address the problem of business downtime simply by moving workloads to the cloud because they assume their cloud provider replicates customer data within their cloud centers as a matter of course. But in truth, your cloud provider has limited ability to protect your data. Most cloud providers assume responsibility only for the underlying infrastructure. Such backup procedures aren’t designed as an adequate means to protect your data in the event of an outage or disaster. Read this white paper to understand your business’s responsibility for data protection in the cloud, including:
This 5-minute, easy-to-read document explains why organizations need to protect Office 365 data. This report will teach you:
The public cloud is increasingly becoming an attractive target for off-site disaster recovery. But, not all the systems which offer this service are created equal.
In this white paper learn the top five considerations to take into account when selecting which cloud service to use as your DR target, including:
Enterprise IT is embracing multi-cloud as the go-to model for cloud deployments. By 2019, nearly 81% of enterprises will have adopted a multi-cloud strategy. While this trend gives organizations more flexibility overall, it puts added pressure on IT teams to manage backup and recovery in a more complex environment.
To reduce complexity and lower costs, it is imperative to deploy a single platform that consolidates management for all of your needs — including both on-premises infrastructure and any public cloud platform you choose.
Which features and functions give you the best opportunity for multi-cloud success?
This special white paper, developed in conjunction with TechTarget, outlines the key factors to consider in maximizing your multi-cloud strategy to achieve: