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August 20, 2021

Windows and Physical Servers Backup Best Practices

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Most organizations today rely on virtualized IT infrastructures. Veeam® helps them to provide and increase availability of critical workloads running on their systems. Due to various factors, some physical servers cannot be virtualized, along with endpoints that might not be protectable in their entirety by leveraging back-up solutions built for virtualized systems. Thus, everyday occurrences such as lapses in connectivity, hardware failures, file corruption, ransomware or even theft can leave an organization’s data at risk.

Veeam Agents solve these issues by closing the gap that some enterprises face with large, heterogeneous environments and further enabling workload mobility by delivering availability for cloud-based workloads.

This paper describes:
  • The main concepts behind Veeam Agents, focusing on Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows
  • How agents can be managed centrally by integration into Veeam Backup & Replication™
  • Comparison of Veeam Agents for Linux and Mac with Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows
  • And more!

About the Author

Matthias Mehrtens
Solutions Architect, Veeam Software