Veeam Announces New Products
Supported environments are limited to Windows and Linux, however.
Veeam is holding its user conference, VeeamON 2017, in New Orleans this year. The name fits its focus on helping enterprises support an “Always On” computing environment. The company, however, really focuses on availability and reliability for Microsoft Windows, Linux and cloud computing environments.
The company promises to help as enterprises move to the cloud by, in their words, “Availability of services, applications and data in Multi-Cloud and Hybrid-Cloud environments.”
Towards that end, the company made the following announcements on the show’s opening day:
- A tech preview of Veeam Availability Suite v10 that includes Veeam CDP (Continuous Data Protection), vCloud Director integration for Veeam Cloud Connect Replication, and Tape as a Service for Veeam Cloud Connect Backups
- Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 V1.5
- A release candidate for Veeam Availability Console
Dan’s Take: Always On Enterprise, But Only for Windows and Linux
Although I don’t have all of the product details in hand, it appears that the company is still tightly focused on ease of use, reliability and helping its customers survive software, hardware and even power failures.
Veeam products get rave reviews from clients when I speak with them. I always hear about the products’ ease of use and reliability. Almost every time I have a conversation with a Veeam customer, I hear at least one story, and often many, of