Veeam Software, a global provider of backup solutions that deliver cloud data management, has announced its expansion of public cloud support with the general availability of the new Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform – completing Veeam’s support for all three major public cloud providers.
With the majority of organisations now running hybrid or multi-cloud environments and 72% of those using public cloud currently having more than one vendor in place, Google Cloud is one of the top five-largest public cloud infrastructure providers worldwide. With this new offering, Veeam delivers a single platform to protect, secure and manage all applications and data – cloud, virtual and physical – enabling organisations to accelerate hybrid-cloud adoption.
“Veeam recognises the strategic importance of the cloud to our more than 400,000 global customers and we are committed to providing broad platform support and choice,” said Danny Allan, Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President of Product Strategy, Veeam. “As we now expand public cloud support even further with the general availability of Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform, we have simultaneously expanded our partnership with Google Cloud, enabling Veeam to jointly engage customers through the Google Cloud Marketplace. Additionally, with Veeam recently acquiring Kasten, customers can also acquire Kasten’s K10 data management platform, purpose-built for Kubernetes, through the Google Cloud Marketplace.”
Veeam helps customers address security and data protection responsibilities by delivering Google Cloud backup and recovery to protect and secure applications and data, utilising and automating Google Cloud-native technologies to quickly and reliably overcome any cloud data loss.
“As customers migrate their most business-critical workloads to the cloud, data protection and management are top of mind. With the expanded availability of Veeam’s data backup solutions on Google Cloud, customers can quickly deploy and manage these applications at global scale, while benefiting from Veeam’s capabilities in data protection.” – Manvinder Singh, Director, Partnerships at Google Cloud.
Andrew Smith, Research Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Services, IDC, said: “Organisations leveraging hybrid cloud infrastructure can increase both the value and performance of their workloads by taking advantage of data movement across on-premises and cloud environments. However, this environment requires complex data protection solutions to meet customer demands for data recovery and resilience.”
Smith added that: “While solving this problem has historically been the responsibility of the enterprise, providers like Veeam can help by adding granular levels of automation and data protection which allow organisations to ensure they are prepared in the event of data loss or downtime. Veeam can also provide organisations with abstracted tools to help better understand their resource usage and cost in hybrid cloud environments. When it comes to cloud infrastructure deployment, cost and data resilience remain two of the most difficult challenges facing organisations. Veeam’s updates show it is dedicated to helping organisations understand and overcome these challenges.”Click below to share this article