Veritas Joins Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA: Veritas, a provider of computer software services and solutions, announces it has joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance.
Veritas is providing its backup and recovery solutions, Veritas NetBackup and Veritas Backup Exec to protect a wide range of Microsoft platforms and applications. They include Windows, Hyper-V, SQL Server, Exchange, and SharePoint.
Veritas NetBackup is an enterprise backup and recovery software engineered to protect data center environments. The latest release of NetBackup, NetBackup v7.7 enables backups to cloud storage at speeds of up to 30 times faster while providing enhanced Hyper-V and SQL functionality. NetBackup also reduces the number of backups for virtualized systems by up to 35 times and recovers terabytes of data at incredible speeds.
The NetBackup Converged Platform is highly scalable andsuitable for protecting enterprises, infusing technologies for data reduction and bandwidth efficiency while also providing indexing and search capabilities.
Veritas Backup Exec
The Veritas Backup Exec 15 provides data protection for virtual, physical and cloud deployments. It indexes and catalogs backup data, eliminating the need to mount backup disks, determine what is inside the backup or need to search for specific data in the backup, thus saving the Organization’s time and disk space. Customers can also find and recover data at any level.
The Veritas Backup Exec 15 also provides Exchange deduplication and virtual machine backups at high speeds, reducing the number of backup windows.
“Through every technology wave, Veritas has been there delivering enterprise-class data protection to the world's leading organizations, including 86% of the global Fortune 500” says Simon Jelley, Veritas VP of Product Management. “Hybrid cloud is the next technology wave for business and Veritas is there again for our customers delivering powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use backup and recovery for the entire IT infrastructure regardless of platform: virtual, physical and cloud. Joining the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance continues that leadership role and is further evidence of our ongoing strategy to support major cloud service providers. With both large global enterprise and SMB footprint of our customers, the Alliance helps accelerate our efforts to provide information management solutions.”