Veeam gets backup certification for SAP HANA
Veaam has announced a plug-in for SAP HANA, which is a SAP Certified Integration for SAP HANA. In this way, the company offers a backup and recovery solution that is certified by SAP. Enterprises can therefore seamlessly integrate native SAP HANA backup with the Veeam Backup & Replication soluti... Read more
Veeam raises $500 million in investment round
Veeam Software has raised 500 million dollars (439 million euros) in investments, please let Techzine know. The financing round is the biggest of a startup since last summer, knows Bloomberg.
Veeam is a party with many investors that has postponed an IPO indefinitely. The financing round "gives us ... Read more
Co-CEO Peter McKay of Veeam leaves company
Peter McKay, co-CEO and president of Veeam Software, leaves the company. Veeam is in the midst of a broad turmoil on the part of the executive team. That's what CRN reports.
McKay spent about three years with the company and has worked as a co-CEO, president and member of the board of directors si... Read more
Cooperation between Veeam and Lenovo simplifies IT management
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 re... Read more
Veeam database leakage: not 440 million but 4.5 million email addresses leaked
Three days ago, news came out that an unsecured Veeam marketing server had leaked 440 million data. Veeam has now fully investigated the leak and transparently shared the details with its customers. It also stresses that not 440 million but 4.5 million e-mail addresses are more correct.
In an extens... Read more
Careless server configuration by Veeam exposed 200GB of data
Veeam, which specializes in data management related to the cloud, is the next company to expose consumer data by misconfiguring a cloud instance. It turns out that roughly 200 gigabytes of data from more than 440 million customers could be seen.
That's what security researcher Bob Diachenko writes ... Read more