NAKIVO Backup & Replication is a data protection solution for virtual, physical, cloud and SaaS environments. The solution includes functionality for backing up, replicating and recovering VMware VMs running on vCenter-managed and standalone ESXi hosts, and Site Recovery, built-in disaster recovery orchestration. NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers lower-priced licensing plans for SMBs, full packages for enterprises and 24/7 technical support.
Zadara Storage Inc., a pioneer in enterprise storage-as-a-service, today announced a technology partnership with Veeam Software, the leader in backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management. As a Veeam Technology Alliance Partner, Zadara allows Veeam customers to create a scale-out backup repository comprised of multiple tiers of storage, optimized for performance or capacity.
With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? The team from VMblog is really looking forward to meeting the team from NAKIVO this year. Why? NAKIVO Backup & Replication offers a complete data protection feature set for virtualized environments, including local and offsite VM backup and replication, support for live applications and databases, instant granular recovery, network acceleration, global data deduplication, Web UI, AES-256 encryption, advanced reporting, and cloud support. They also offer a VM Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS), Replication-as-a-Service (RaaS), and Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solution for cloud and service providers.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Veniamin Simonov, Director of Product Management at NAKIVO to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2019 event.
VMBlog speaks with Rick Vanover of Veeam at their booth during vmworld 2016. Rick gave us a demo of a new feature that reduced the backup time from 36 minutes down to 58 seconds.
As part of VMblog's live VMworld 2016 coverage coming up next month, we're in the process of working up our schedules to make sure we can see and learn as much as possible when the show kicks off. VMworld is the leading virtualization event, and there is no shortage of great information coming out of the keynotes, the breakout sessions, the networking and more. But every year, one of the key places to learn a lot in a short amount of time is the Solutions Expo where valuable vendors from the VMware ecosystem and beyond setup shop to display their wares.
Over the years, VMworld has always had a large turnout of vendors sponsoring the event. And the expo floor always seems massive! With so many vendors exhibiting, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your schedule?
Over the last couple of years, I've had the pleasure of interacting with the Vembu Technologies team at different conferences like the local and regional VMUGs. This year, I plan to meet with them at VMworld to find out the latest. Not only do they have a great product, but they have a great personal story to go along with it. And even more exciting, they are going to be launching something new as part of their Vembu BDR Suite that you'll want to check out at their booth.
Vembu is a leading provider of a portfolio of software products and cloud services to small and medium businesses for more than a decade. Vembu’s vision is to make software and cloud services very affordable for the hundreds of thousands of small and medium businesses worldwide. Their flagship offering is the BDR Suite of products meant for on-premises, offsite, cloud backup and disaster recovery across diverse IT environments including physical, virtual, applications and endpoints. Since 2004, Vembu’s industry-recognized data protection solutions have delivered tangible value to more than 60,000 businesses worldwide through a network of 4000+ partners (MSPs/VARs & Resellers).
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with Vembu to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2016 event.
Easy – to – use, standalone agent for Linux is designed to ensure the Availability of Linux server instances, whether they reside in the public cloud or on premises