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Veeam Cloud Connect

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Everyone needs a place to store backups offsite
and recover in the event of a disaster.

If you don’t have your own suitable offsite location – or if you need the convenience of anywhere access or assistance in the event of a disaster – VAZATA Cloud Hosting is great option to consider.
Cloud repositories

Use the new Veeam Cloud Connect functionality in the Veeam Availability Suite to get backups offsite easily and efficiently replicated to VAZATA’s geographically redundant data centers

Offsite replica VMs

Maintain VM replicas in VAZATA’s cloud IaaS platform, vStructure, for quick recovery in the event of a disaster

Offload backup to VAZATA

Free up IT resources for more strategic business-building activities. You continue to run your VMs onsite, while VAZATA provides backups to meet your RTOs and RPOs using the #1 VM Backup, Veeam Backup & Replication.

Veeam Cloud Provider
Organizations welcome these benefits of Veeam Cloud Connect:
  • Reduces the capital cost of backup equipment and the resources required for onsite, manual backup
  • Meets compliance and security mandates in fields such as healthcare, financial services and e-commerce
  • Enhances business continuity – the backup can be restored in the cloud and run as cloud servers
  • Delivers the non-stop service and continuous protection of a fully redundant system – without the expense
Industry-Leading Technology
  • Backups automatically take place according to the schedule you establish
  • All backup traffic is securely transferred with end-to-end AES 256 encryption at source (during backup), in transit and at rest
  • No negative impact on built-in compression, de-duplication and WAN Acceleration
  • 50x faster replication and up to 20x reduction in bandwidth consumption with WAN Acceleration
  • Veeam Replication from backup files without impacting your production environment
  • Failover plans with built-in orchestration enabling easy 1-click site failover and planned failover
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