Veeam Backup and Recovery

Availability for the Always-On Enterprise

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KeyInfo and Veeam Partnership

Key Information Systems and Veeam provide availability for the always-on enterprise. Let our team of trusted experts build and manage a secondary site to host your organization’s backups and replicas.

Veeam is best for users running VMware vSphere and/or Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments with:

  • Microsoft Active Directory
  • Microsoft SharePoint
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • HPE, NetApp, EMC and/or Nimble Storage
  • Native tape support

** See how these technologies are supported further below **

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Veeam Backup and Replication

Backup and Replication

Veeam Backup and Replication provides fast, flexible and reliable recovery of virtualized applications and data. We bring backup and replication together in a single solution with award-winning support for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments

  • Image-level VM backups: Create application-consistent backups with advanced application-aware processing.
  • Backup from Storage Snapshots for HPE, NetApp, EMC and Nimble NEW: Generate ultra-fast backups with low RPOs.
  •  Scale-out Backup Repository: Create a single virtual pool of backup storage to which backups can be assigned, offering the freedom to easily extend backup storage capacity.
  • Veeam Cloud Connect: Get backups off site without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an off-site infrastructure; fast and secure cloud backup to a service provider.
  • SureBackup: Automatically test and verify every backup and every virtual machine (VM) for recoverability.
  • Built-in WAN acceleration: Get backups off site up to 50x faster and save bandwidth.
  • Direct Storage Access: Perform vSphere backups faster and with reduced impact by backing up via Direct SAN Access and Direct NFS Access.

Backup and Recovery

  • Instant VM Recovery: Recover a failed VM in less than two minutes.
  • Instant File-Level Recovery: Recover guest OS files and folders on the fly.
  • Microsoft Active Directory: Instantly recover individual AD objects and entire containers, easily recover user accounts and passwords, enable restores of Group Policy Objects (GPOs), Active Directory integrated DNS records and more.
  • Microsoft Exchange: Instant visibility and granular recovery of individual Exchange items, including hard-deleted items, detailed export reports for eDiscovery and more.
  • Microsoft SharePoint: Instant visibility into SharePoint backups; easily find and recover specific SharePoint items as well as individual sites.
  • Microsoft SQL Server: Fast transaction and table-level recovery of SQL databases allowing for precise point-in-time restore.
  • Oracle: Transaction-level recovery of Oracle databases, including agentless transaction log backups, enabling precise point-in-time restore.
  • Storage Snapshots: Recover single files and entire VMs from HPE, NetApp, EMC and Nimble NEW storage snapshots.
  • Native tape support: Store entire VM backups or individual files on tape including features like direct restore from tape NEW for growing enterprise environments
Veeam Cloud Connect

Resources

A Guide to Bridging the Availability Gap

IT leaders are striving to eliminate downtime and close their Availability Gap to support the Always-On Enterprise. A best practice for improving Availability is to use modern software that leverages virtualization for high-speed recovery and data loss avoidance.

Protect Your Data from Malicious Ransomware Threats

This data availability best practice is designed to ensure that all businesses effectively prepare for and avoid potential data loss and downtime from ransomware attacks. By following industry best practices, IT managers can avoid paying ransom and create a rock-solid data availability solution for day-today
operations. 

Veeam Availability Solution for Cisco UCS

Organizations are modernizing their data centers so that they can provision IT services faster, strengthen security and control, and lower operating costs. While building modern data centers, organizations invest in server virtualization, modern storage applications, and cloud-based services.