How Veeam becomes a part of VMware?

What is Veeam software used for?

The Veeam VMware cooperation goes beyond technical collaboration to assist clients in achieving consistent availability and disaster recovery (DR) across VMware software-defined services such as compute, storage, and cloud services. Is Veeam part of VMware? Veeam Availability Suite enables enterprises to deliver consistent availability and recovery across their VMware infrastructure as they migrate to VMware-based clouds, including VMware Cloud on AWS, extend hybrid operations that use a hyperconverged infrastructure powered by vSAN, or simply run modern apps on vSphere.

  • Advancing virtualization

72% of clients consider Veeam as a virtualization enabler. More than 75% of Veeam’s clients are virtualized.

  • Streamlining IT operations

75% of customers indicate that combining Veeam with VMware in their settings simplified IT operations.

  • SLAs have been improved.

Improve recovery time goals (RTOs) and satisfy recovery point objectives (RPOs) more efficiently by integrating Veeam with VMware.

Modernization of manufacturing entails modernization of protection. Veeam and VMware deliver the only contemporary data protection and availability solution designed to help businesses of all sizes unleash value.

What is Veeam software used for?

  • With VMware technologies that are already in place, you can evolve without risk.
  • Reduce SPBM backup and restoration saves both CapEx and OpEx.
  • Veeam’s Instant VM Recovery and Veeam Explorers are industry-leading features.
  • VMware Hybrid Cloud virtualized and software-defined infrastructure are fully supported.

Veeam Backup & Replication can backup and replicate workloads running on Azure VMware Solution (AVS) in a hybrid architecture. You may duplicate workloads from on-premises VMware into AVS, as well as restore backups of workloads from another hypervisor, cloud, or physical machine into AVS. With AVS, you can broaden your disaster recovery choices to assure recovery even if hardware fails or a primary site fails.

Why has Veeam grown in popularity? It begins by backing up virtual machine images rather than data and then saves those images in a centralized and secure place. If a crisis occurs, the pictures may be reset promptly and in less than 15 minutes. Veeam employs a hypervisor, which allows several virtual machines (VMs) to run on a single computer. Veeam will thoroughly backup each virtual machine. Then, if needed, it enables duplication removal and caching to save fresh data into the VM images.