Veeam Backup Projects
Need help deploying a Veeam backup and disaster recovery solution for you business? Network Medics Can help.
Veeam Backup Software is powerful, easy-to-use, and affordable backup and disaster recovery solution. It provides fast, flexible and reliable recovery of virtualized applications, servers, and data – bringing virtual machine backup and replication together in a single software solution with award-winning support for VMware vSphere.
As a VEEAM Silver Pro Partner, we utilize the VEEAM backup and disaster recovery products in all of our VitalCare Managed IT Services solutions that run between our client locations and the tier 3 datacenter at our corporate office.
Why does Network Medics trust Veeam over all other backup and replication products?
Veeam provides the most powerful, easy-to-use and affordable backup and Availability solution for small businesses with Veeam Backup Essentials™. Here are a few key difference between VEEAM backup and other legacy backup and disaster recovery providers.
RTOs of < 15 Minutes
+ Veeam customers experience 96% of recoveries with in their Return to Operation (RTO) SLAs, compared to just 78% for legacy solutions.
#1 VM Backup
+ Unlike legacy solutions retrofitted for virtualization, Veeam Backup & Replication was built specifically for virtualization.
+ The breakthrough, patented technology in Veeam Backup & Replication that runs a VM directly from a compressed and duplicated backup file on regular backup storage.
+ No need to purchase, deploy, or maintain agents on hosts or VMs; also, functionalities like replication, centralized management and deduplication come as part of the solution, eliminating the need to license additional components.
+ Recover individual emails, records, or objects from any virtualized application or file system. Securely delegate file and VM restores to help desk personnel.
Instant VM Recovery
+ Eliminates the need to extract the backup and copy it to production storage — you can simply start the VM from the backup. No more pulling large amounts of information down from a public cloud backup provider – or archival tape backup.