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Veeam announces integration with Microsoft and VMware

Veeam announces integration with Microsoft and VMware 

Cloud Connect, a component of the Veeam Availability Suit v8, provides customers with a fully integrated method to move backups to an offsite repository, managed by whichever service provider they choose. In turn, service providers receive a platform that quickly and securely backs up important customer files to the cloud. Veeam claims that Cloud Connect is so simple to set up that any Veeam ProPartner can become a service provider and offer backup services to customers in ten minutes. They can use their own infrastructure, VMware vCloud Air or Microsoft Azure.

The company hopes that existing and new Veeam ProPartners will be interested in the integration announcement, as it will allow them to become service providers without investing in cloud infrastructure.

“Across the globe, customers and resellers alike are looking to the cloud to grow their businesses,” commented Ratmir Timashev, president and CEO, Veeam, in a press release. “Placing critical assets outside your ‘walls’ is a leap of faith, but with Microsoft Azure and VMware vCloud Air, resellers and service providers have two offerings that help them take the cost, complexity and concern out of data center design and deployment. Veeam has long-standing partnerships with both Microsoft and VMware, and our teams are tightly integrated to ensure that together, we are able to provision the always-on business.”

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