Veeam is software that provides backup, recovery, and replication solutions for virtualized environments. Its primary product, Veeam Backup & Replication, is a comprehensive data protection and disaster recovery solution designed for virtualized environments such as VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V.
Veeam Backup & Replication provides a wide range of features, including:
Backup and recovery: Veeam provides reliable backup and recovery for virtual machines, including full backups, incremental backups, and differential backups. The solution also offers granular recovery options for files, folders, and individual items.
Replication: Veeam provides replication capabilities that allow virtual machines to be replicated to another location for disaster recovery purposes. This ensures that critical systems can be quickly restored in the event of a failure.
Monitoring and reporting: Veeam provides real-time monitoring of virtual machines, hosts, and backup jobs. It also generates reports to help administrators identify potential issues and improve backup and recovery performance.
Cloud connectivity: Veeam provides seamless integration with public cloud providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and IBM Cloud. This allows organizations to extend their backup and recovery capabilities to the cloud and provides additional data protection options.
Backup and recovery for physical servers and workstations: Veeam provides backup and recovery options for physical servers and workstations, allowing organizations to manage their entire backup and recovery strategy from a single platform.
Overall, Veeam is used for data protection and disaster recovery in virtualized environments, helping organizations to ensure business continuity and minimize the risk of data loss.
Customers are able to rent their onprem Veeam from FirstNet or combine it with one of our Offsite Backup and DRaaS cloud solutions. The major benefit of renting your Veeam licensing from FirstNet is rental licensing includes the Cloud Connect License for offsite backup whereas traditional Veeam licensing does not and this can mean a considerable saving for customer looking to expand to a more resililiant backup and recovery solution.