Over the past few years, consumers have shown interest in availability solutions in the cloud. This demand has led to new exploits and more creative solutions directed to better suit the consumer need. It also yielded the partnership between Veeam, Stonefly and Microsoft. Empowered with this combination, the partners have come up with some great innovations for their clients. These innovations address various user demands, exploring the Veeam cloud connect backup to Azure. Verily, it isn’t fixated on Microsoft Azure storage, it is flexible and accommodating to other solutions as well. However, the under mentioned innovations are specifically for users using Azure cloud storage.
Table of Contents
- 1 Veeam Cloud Connect and its Certified VMs
- 2 Limitless space for block blob storage with Veeam and Stonefly
- 3 Azure Cloud Storage without an Appliance
- 4 Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage
- 5 Simplified and Automated Disaster Recovery for Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage
- 6 The best Backup for Microsoft Office 365
Veeam Cloud Connect and its Certified VMs
In order to address a broader audience, Veeam cloud connect (VCC) has two certified VMs available in the Azure Market. These VMs are called: VCC for the Enterprise and VCC for Service providers. So if an enterprise customer is managing their own off-site backup archives or a service provider is providing Azure-based hosted backup; they can use their respective VM. These VMs are capable of providing connections from a customer’s on-premise Veeam environment to Azure page blob storage. This enables customers to build long-term archives of their Veeam backups in Microsoft Azure storage.
To add to this, when paired with Stonefly the customers can acquire a cost-effective solution that will enable to transcend the limitations of file sizes for page blobs. What’s more, Stonefly’s backup and disaster recovery appliances are acknowledged as the most cost effective and efficient for on-premise backup and cloud backup.
Limitless space for block blob storage with Veeam and Stonefly
Veeam cloud connect using StoneFly scale-out cloud storage for Microsoft Azure provides the irresistible flavor of infinite space. For organizations and enterprises utilizing multiple public or private clouds to accommodate their big data, Veeam cloud connect accompanied with Stonefly make things a lot easier. Through Stonefly’s scale-out cloud storage, the customer chooses the immediate storage they need and then can increase the storage space as the need increases.
Azure Cloud Storage without an Appliance
If you’re not a fan of appliances but still require Azure block blob storage, then VeeamON has a treat in store for you. Veeam Availability Suite v10 , scheduled to come out late 2017, will allow data repositories to be directly connected to Azure block blob storage. This will allow consumers to by-pass the requirement of an appliance and still gain access to Azure cloud storage.
Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage
Veeam Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure enables consumers to restore an archived backup in Microsoft Azure in Azure Cloud storage. The backup can be archived in VMs or physical machines from both Hyper-V and VMware.
Simplified and Automated Disaster Recovery for Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage
The StoneFly Cloud Connect for Backup and replication in Azure simplifies and automates a disaster recovery site setup in the Azure cloud, with the help of lightweight software-defined networking (SDN). With the help of this feature, the all-on-enterprise continues to function in the event of a disaster. It also simplifies VPN deployments and accommodates any and all kinds of businesses regardless of the scale.
The best Backup for Microsoft Office 365
Customers can backup exchange data from Office 365 using the backup for Microsoft Office 365. The customer is able to build archives in their on-premise environment and then recover it back to Office 365 or to their own on-premise environment.
Veeam cloud connect using StoneFly scale-out cloud storage for Microsoft Azure addresses basically just about everything. There are no more file size limitations, the data is secured against Ransomware and has multiple ways of being recovered. It isn’t just stored in the on-premise environment, it can be replicated at any geo-location of the user’s choosing and only the user keeps the keys. Despite all the features, it isn’t expensive either. You’re not asked to pay for something you’re not going to use or the space that you don’t need. You decide the space you purchase and then you scale as you go. The customer gets what they want, while remaining in control of everything.