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June 8, 2017

NetApp Use Cases for Veeam Availability Solutions

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The costs of IT outages cost North American businesses a staggering $700 billion annually. The challenge is that when application outages occur, many organizations are unable to meet their recovery SLAs. This results in lost revenue, lost business opportunities and a loss in confidence from customers, partners and end users.

Veeam® and NetApp’s joint solution helps ensure application Availability across hybrid cloud workloads while simplifying IT operational management and lowering costs. This guide provides several use cases on how to leverage Veeam’s integration with NetApp ONTAP storage and hybrid cloud backup solutions to achieve the following:

  • Easy, fast recovery of both virtual machine (VM) and application items from both crash-consistent and application-consistent NetApp Snapshot copies
  • Simplified orchestration of backups to on-site and/or low-cost cloud archival solutions to facilitate fast recovery times, simplified management and lower costs
  • A higher return on IT investments by leveraging existing backups or snapshot copies to quickly spin up an isolated, exact, near real-time copy of your production environment for testing and development