VEEAM BACKUP & REPLICATION, designed for virtualization

Veeam Software is a company that specializes in the development of backup and business continuity software in virtualized environments like VMware and Hyper-V. Veeam Software has more than 1,200 employees, with its headquarters in Basel (Switzerland) and 17 branches around the world.

Veeam has partnership deals with NetApp, Microsoft, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, VMware, and ExaGrid.

The Veeam Solution

Veeam® Backup & Replication™ offers a quick, effective, and flexible means of saving and restoring your virtual applications and your data. Veeam brings together backup and replication in a single solution to improve and reinvent data protection for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments.

Whereas several physical backup softwares can now store information based on an “image” of virtual machines (VMs), only Veeam takes full advantage of the virtual environment in order to reduce costs and increase the value of backups.

Solution Key Points

If you constantly deploy, supervise, and administer agents, if you oversee the work of backing data up, and if you are busy with restoring files, Veeam Backup & Replication will meet your expectations. Integrated duplication and compression allow you to minimize your storage space use. With Veeam, you will enjoy:

Instant VM Recovery™
Instant recovery of a VM, email, or file.

Veeam Cloud Connect
Avoid the risks of losing data without having to invest up-front in a second site.

Secure your data during backup, transit, and on site.

Improved Replication
Improve data replication and recovery speed remotely with the WAN Accelerator option.

Granular Backup and Restore Using Snapshots
Can generate backups using snapshots from a storage bay, thus limiting impact on production


Veeam Cloud Connect presents long-distance backup repertories directly in the Veeam console.

The client can then simply choose destinations for different backup jobs.

No need for VPNs, no need for dedicated consoles, and remote repertories behave as local repertories do, except that they are available even if primary backups or primary site get lost.