Based on two independent surveys by IDC and Omega Group of Veeam’s® large installed base of IT decision makers, this white paper describes the key challenges of the Always-On Enterprise™ and how to overcome them.Read now
Veeam® on IBM Cloud delivers Availability for your entire environment with backup and recovery for both virtualized and non-virialized resources. Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows and for Linux extend Veeam’s powerful, proven recovery capabilities to physical environments. Deploying the Veeam Agents on IBM Cloud-supported bare metal servers extends your verified protection of IBM Cloud IT services and their associated data and applications.
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As enterprises accelerate the adoption of a multi-cloud strategy, the need to ensure Availability for any application and any data, across any cloud infrastructure, is more important than ever.
Veeam® for the Microsoft Cloud provides tightly integrated solutions for enterprises of all sizes enabling Availability for virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads — eliminating complexity and simplifying business continuity between your data center and the Microsoft Cloud.
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Veeam® customers and partners know that, when combining Cisco and Veeam, performance, reliability and ease of management are always expected results. Together, Cisco and Veeam bring high-performance Availability and reliable data protection to modernize your data center and enhance your data-protection strategy to fuel digital transformation initiatives. Read this NEW Cisco + Veeam Customer Reference Book and learn about:
In today’s Always-On™ world, cloud computing is no longer just an option – it is a mandate. However, to avoid data loss, moving to the cloud must be done securely and strategically. Using VMware hybrid or private cloud models together with Veeam Availability solutions can be the solution. Read this new TechTarget white paper, A guide to improving Availability and data protection in the hybrid cloud, to learn:
Ransomware is a real threat for CIOs and technology administrators today. In this new white paper, Veeam® Availability Platform designs for ransomware resiliency series, Veeam offers sound tips for adding ransomware resiliency so you can provide the best levels of Availability for critical applications and data.
The first chapter in the series, Veeam Availability Suite™ resiliency tips to enhance data protection, shows how design options for resiliency in Veeam products can protect you against ransomware threats discussing:
● Offline storage, the most effective ransomware resiliency technique
● Using different credentials for backup repositories
● The need to have more types of restore points that are more frequent
In the second chapter, Veeam Backup & Replication™ and Veeam Agents resiliency tips to enhance data protection, Rick Vanover will outline additional tips around file backups and replication as well as using Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows for backups of mobile workstations to removable media and discuss:
● Additional backup that is file-only
● Replicated VMs
● Ejecting media and computer account permissions for Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows
Read this whitepaper to discover best practices and recommendations for preparing your infrastructure against ransomware threats and for ensuring Availability of your systems. The paper consists of four chapters, two of them are available now and two more are coming soon!Read now
Suppose you are the CIO of a state government agency and you decided to move your systems to the cloud to save money. You knew that keeping your servers, operating systems and databases on site was too costly. And suppose this move truly enabled you to do more with less and that your stakeholders loved the improved performance.
Migrating away from end-of-life systems and moving data to the cloud improved life for the people you serve because they now had access to information anytime, anywhere and on any device. And your capital expenditures also dropped dramatically. But then it turned out that just migrating to the cloud did not solve all your security problems. You realize you are still responsible for the security of your data.
In this white paper, we address:
State and local government organizations and agencies always need to maintain accurate data protection and recovery. Many in the public sector environment continue to rely on legacy backup solutions. These legacy backup solutions cannot deliver the Availability needed in today’s modern data center.
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At the center of your virtual infrastructure is the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA), and it is very important for High Availability. If it or its components — like the Platform Services Controller (PSC) — are ever lost or corrupt, you need to restore them immediately. However, there is a specific order to how things need to be restored, and sometimes it is difficult and extra steps are necessary. In our technical white paper, we have all of the information to make this restore easy with all the different steps detailed and screenshots to better understand the commands. You will also learn how to protect your vSphere Distributed Switches as well.
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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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