Backup & Replication
Expect more from your data protection
Modernise your data protection and eliminate downtime with Veeam Backup & Replication, the simple, flexible, reliable and powerful solution for protecting your cloud, virtual and physical workloads.
Quickly achieve fast, flexible and reliable backup with archival and recovery capabilities for the most critical enterprise workloads.
- Ensure bulletproof ransomware protection
- Reduce cost and complexity
- Meet your service level agreements (SLAs) with confidence
New Veeam V11a Features
Reliable Ransomware Protection
Keep data safe with native, immutable, and malware-safe storage for your backups.
Any cloud, your way
More services, more tiers, more security, all under one platform.
File Level Recovery
Eliminate downtime and minimize data loss for your Tier 1 VMware workloads.
Expanded Instant Recovery
Instantly recover even more workloads, now including Microsoft SQL, Oracle and NAS.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Veeam?
Veeam is the leader in backup, recovery and data management solutions that deliver Modern Data Protection. Providing a single platform for cloud, virtual, physical, SaaS and Kubernetes environments. Their customers are confident their apps and data are protected and always available with the most simple, flexible, reliable and powerful platform in the industry.
What is data backup?
Data backup is a process that includes the copying and archiving of all essential business data and making it available in case of disaster or deletion.
In what ways can implementing Cloud backup benefit my organisation?
Firstly, you can save your business a lot of money because you would no longer have to pay for the hardware/software costs and maintenance yourself. If your data grows then you just pay for what you use, meaning it is easily scalable. By outsourcing to a third-party would mean that your own IT resources would also be freed up so that they can focus on other operational objectives.
What is data replication?
Replication classically is to make an exact copy of something, and with data, it is no different. Where data replication differs from technology like snapshots is that replication is designed with the understanding that data is ever-changing — always being copied, appended to, overwritten or even deleted. Due to this inherent understanding, backup software can take advantage of replication technology to provide closer recovery point objectives (RPOs) and shorter recovery time objectives (RTOs) when compared to traditional backup and restore (Veeam).