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Have you heard all about the new v9 version of Veeam Availability Suite? Have you been curious about the new DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) capability?
In the last v8 release, Veeam enabled remote backup. All your meticulous backups of your VMs could be shipped off to the cloud, saving you the trouble of finding a safe secondary location to store them. We had hundreds of customers flock to us for the service, and they were overjoyed with how cost-effective and easy it was. But, we got the same question over and over: If something goes awry, can I restore my systems to your cloud?
We wished we could say yes. Some vendors fibbed a bit and said, “yes.” But yes was a complicated step of moving and loading files, and it was far from an actual DR solution.
But now, everything is different. Now we can say, “Absolutely.”
The new v9 solution supports actual failover and disaster recovery. From your on-premise Veeam console, you can quickly configure this solution, and we’d love to show you how it works.
Join us for our upcoming webinar entitled: Got Veeam? How to Pick a Provider to Complete Your Disaster Recovery Plan.
We’ll cover what to ask a provider of DRaaS, how the solution works, and how it’s priced. Straight talk from DRaaS experts ready to answer your questions!