Veeam comes up with several updates to its Availability Platform

Veeam comes up with several updates to its Availability Platform

Veeam has announced an update to its Veeam Availabiblity Platform. The enhanced functionality should help IT administrators eliminate concerns about cloud-based workloads in multi-client environments, cloud migration, and cloud-based backup of workloads in multi-client environments.

The company we know from cloud-based data management and backup wants to use the various updates within its platform to reduce the need for companies and organisations to worry about their cloud-based workloads, the uptime of their applications and how the workloads work within and between multi-client environments.

Collaboration between hyperscalers and service providers

According to Veeam, the various updates create a simple, flexible and reliable solution that helps customers migrate and keep their data available in the hybrid cloud, regardless of location. In addition, it should strengthen Veeam’s position in cloud data management through stronger partnerships with hyper scalers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud and more than 20,000 service providers.

Three-part updates

Concretely, the general update of Veeam’s umbrella platform consists of a fourth update of the Veeam Availability Suite 9.5, version 3 of the soon to be launched Veeam Availability for AWS and a third update of the Veeam Availability Console.

All updates to the specific components of the platform must include cost-effective data retention, easy cloud migration and data mobility, cloud native backup and protection for Amazon Web Services (AWS), flexible cloud-ready licenses, enhanced security and data governance, and solutions that make it easier for service providers to bring Veeam services to market. The latter refers specifically to the ability to provide Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) services.

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