Veeam enters into a new international partnership with Lenovo. The partnership between the two companies allows customers to purchase Veeam Intelligent Data Management solutions with Lenovo Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and Storage Area Network (SAN) solutions directly from Lenovo and its resellers in one go.
According to Veeam, this is a great partnership, providing customers with the most seamless and efficient sales and implementation process that the companies could offer together. The combination also makes it easy for customers to accelerate the digital transformation of their business.
Simplified IT management
Combining Lenovo SDI and SAN solutions with Veeam’s Hyper-Availability Platform greatly simplifies IT management. It reduces risk and provides the intelligent data management needed to make businesses better and grow. As a result, customers can reduce the cost and complexity of legacy infrastructure and virtualization and data protection management. In addition, they can provide higher ROI through intelligent data management solutions that accelerate application development and deployment, support data analysis and simplify disaster recovery (DR).
Organisations are also assured that the combined Veeam and Lenovo solution has been validated by both companies and that the solution provides business benefits. With Veeam, Lenovo customers can count on IT simplicity and hyper-availability. This includes using Veeam’s easy-to-implement and manageable architecture to improve availability service levels for all applications and data in virtual, physical and cloud workloads.
We see that more and more organizations want to integrate their data management with their SDI and SAN solutions, simplifying their data center and core data management at the same time,” says Edwin Yuen, senior analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). “The new partnership between Lenovo and Veeam is focused on this and is part of a growing list of companies working with Veeam to combine solutions with Veeam’s leadership in data management.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.