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April 6, 2021

Technical Deployment and Configuration Guide For Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v5.0

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Microsoft Office 365 is the largest solution for digital collaboration today. Office 365 customers can choose to connect to their on-premises workloads and benefit from a seamless user experience — even when moving between different environments — creating a hybrid platform. Office 365 has a high adoption rate by businesses of all sizes.

While Office 365 offers an undisputed flexibility with the integration of several solutions, it deeply focuses on the infrastructure management rather than data management. The responsibility for data management and its Availability still belongs to the respective owners leveraging the Office 365 services.

In fact, Office 365 data center uptime refers to the infrastructure rather than data hosted in the data centers. Infrastructure uptime does not include cases where the data center itself can provide an effective way to recover from:
  • Accidental deletions
  • Data loss / corruption
  • Rogue apps / insider threats
  • Outages
This white paper covers the implementation of Veeam® Backup for Microsoft Office 365’s solution and its architecture.

About the Author

Michele Domanico
Systems Engineer
Michele Domanico is a systems engineer for Veeam® Software based in the United Kingdom. Michele is passionate about virtualisation and storage, as well as software-defined and collaboration solutions. His interests span different technologies, including various cloud offerings. Michele also holds many different certifications with Hyper-V, VMware, Microsoft Office 365 and Veeam.
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