Veeam Expands Cloud-Native Capabilities For AWS, Azure And Google Cloud


At VeeamON 2021, Veeam Software recently showcased a glimpse into its roadmap through 2021 and how the company will continue to provide its customers with the most advanced data protection across all environments – cloud, virtual, SaaS, Kubernetes and physical.

Veeam provided a select preview of the future, showcasing innovations around upcoming updates to its single platform to protect and manage ALL workloads.

Due in the second half of 2021, Veeam demonstrated key innovations of cloud-native solutions for AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Microsoft Office 365 and the first integration of Kasten K10 for Kubernetes into Veeam Platform.

Veeam’s single platform for protecting and managing resources in multi-cloud environments, including AWS, Azure and Google Cloud, delivers cloud mobility to backup, recover and migrate workloads across any environment, ensuring up to 50X lower costs when natively protecting cloud workloads.

The company said Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 v6 will deliver new Self-Service Portal and integration to Azure Archive and AWS S3 Glacier.

Veeam also announced support for its fourth hypervisor in response to customer demands from key verticals, large enterprises, and service providers.

The company announced powerful data protection capabilities for hyperconverged infrastructure with Red Hat to Veeam Backup & Replication including modern data protection for Red Hat Virtualization, reduced management complexity delivered by standardizing on Veeam’s control plane as well as improved storage usage delivered via intelligent Veeam storage repositories.

“With these demonstrations [at VeeamON], we are upping the ante for Modern Data Protection, ensuring our customers can protect ALL workloads across ALL environments; Veeam continues to set the standard for the industry,” said Danny Allan, CTO & SVP, Product Strategy at Veeam.

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