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Veeam enhances NAS backup, disaster recovery and ransomware protection in next-gen cloud suite

Veeam Software, cloud backup and data management specialist, says its Availability Suite v10 (launched mid-February) increases data availability, portability, and extensibility, including modern file protection for network-attached storage (NAS), automated disaster recovery, and boosted protection against ransomware.

According to the 2019 Veeam Cloud Data Management Report, 73% of organisations are failing to meet user demands for uninterrupted access to applications and data.

“Many companies are now looking to embrace cloud data management to better meet protection needs and leverage the power of their data. Veeam has extended its solution to be both broader and deeper with more platform support and advanced capabilities,” Veeam said in a statement.

Veeam Availability Suite v10 offers greater platform extensibility, data mining through APIs, and some 150 other enhancements with a focus on complete data management and protection for hybrid cloud environments.

“V10 is the biggest release in the history of Veeam,” said Danny Allan, chief technology officer and senior vice president of product strategy at Veeam. “

Veeam Availability Suite v10 can help businesses of all sizes ensure their data is always available, portable, and protected across any cloud or platform, so they can use that data intelligently today as well as plan for the future.

Increased security is provided via immutable backups with S3 Object Lock, and there are deeper ecosystem API integration options that can help organisations save time, reduce costs and exceed recovery objectives.

V10 also has broader platform and ecosystem support, with advanced capabilities for Linux, HPE Primera and HPE StoreOnce, Nutanix AHV, PostgreSQL, MySQL and more. Support for Microsoft Cloud services continues.

“Cloud-based data protection is a growing need for many of the organisations I speak with, both large and small, which are all in various stages of cloud adoption,” said Henry Baltazar, research vice president at 451 Research, in Veeam’s press statement.

A recording of the V10 launch event can be viewed here.

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