How Veeam Works

Under the Hood with DRaaS

Veeam Cloud Disaster Recovery and Backup

Global Data Vault is a Veeam Cloud Provider.

We provide comprehensive protection in an affordable solution.

We use Veeam to backup your VMs to a backup appliance or repository at your site. Then we let Veeam manage replication of these backups to our secure data centers.

 

How does Veeam cloud archive work?

Veeam requires no agents on your VMs

  • Never a need to purchase, deploy, or maintain agents on hosts or VMs.
  • Replication, centralized management, and deduplication are all built in, eliminating the need for additional components.

Veeam Supports Granular Recovery

  • Recover individual emails, records, or objects from any virtualized application or file system.
  • Recovery is fast, easy, and secure.

Veeam Provides Instant VM Recovery

  • Never need to extract the backup and copy it to production storage.
  • Simply, quickly, and easily start the VM from the backup.

Cloud Disaster Recovery Architecture

Veeam was Built for Virtualization

  • Many other tools were built first for physical servers and therefore do not offer these advantages.
  • Veeam was built specifically for protecting virtualized environments.

Veeam Talks to the Cloud

  • Offsite storage of backups to our cloud is easy, eliminating the need redesign your backup processes.
  • Avoid capital expenditures by taking advantage of our subscription-based pricing.

 

 

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Bandwidth – How Much is Enough?

How Much Bandwidth is Enough? Knowing and planning for an appropriate level of bandwidth is a key component of every DRaaS solution. In our most common DRaaS implementation, the data is moved from local repositories at the customer site over the internet or WAN to our...
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Sizing for Local Backup Repositories

Proper sizing for local backup repositories is a critical step in building a complete backup and disaster recovery as a service solution (DRaaS). Below, we will list the most accurate way of determining what your data change rate is and how large the repository should...
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Network System Failure Cost Southwest Airlines $82M

How Southwest Airlines Could Have Avoided An $82M Disaster Network system failure is no fun for any business, but it can be especially painful for major airlines. The outage that hit Southwest Airlines on July 20 is a case in point. The disaster caused the cancelation...
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