Veeam Backup & Replication

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The Veeam Backup and Replication Suite is the leading virtual-first backup suite for Hyper-V and VMware. Designed to be a complete backup and replication solution, Veeam automates both your on-site and off-site backups, replication of VMs and even schedules backup consistency tests. 

Top Features:

Full VM or File-Level recovery

Restore a whole VM or individual files at a block level, increasing speed and reducing downtime during restore operations. With support for 19 different file systems, support individual file recovery in Windows, Linux, BSD, Mac OS, Novell, Solaris and Unix environments.

Instant VM Recovery™

With Veeam Instant VM Recovery™, VMs can be started from your backup storage while they are being restored onto your host. 

Application Aware Processing

Granular restores for applications such as Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Sharepoint and Oracle servers. Restore individual user or computer accounts in AD or individual tables in SQL Server.

Advanced Off-Site backups

With built-in WAN acceleration and data deduplication, Veeam can transfer your backups from site-to-site or onto a cloud storage provider such as Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure automatically whilst only transferring changes. Reducing network overheads and making backup jobs faster.

Off-Site Replication

 Replicate VMs to another server to increase availability or replicate off-site to defend against disaster events.


Off-site Backups

Ensure your company's data is safe by setting up cloud backups. Remove the daily 'tape swapping ritual' from your routine and store your backups locally on a NAS which can then automatically backup to the cloud. Both Amazon and Microsoft Azure offer cheap and reliable online storage to protect your company in case of disaster.

Benefits of backing up to the cloud

  • 24x7 access from anywhere in the world
  • Secured using the highest encryption standards
  • Pay as you grow - pay per GB per month
  • No initial outlay to cover
  • Yearly subscriptions can cut costs even further