How to Protect Physical and Endpoint Workloads with Veeam

Ask any IT department if they’ve virtualised their entire environment and they’ll often tell you the same thing: “We still need physical servers for some applications, and these servers need to be protected and available.”

The same goes for public cloud infrastructure. No one wants to put ‘all their eggs in one basket’, even hyper-scale cloud providers like AWS have outages. An off-site backup provider like BackOnline is critical in ensuring these workloads are protected.

Your workstations are in use daily, with laptop ‘road warriors’ constantly on the move. Users need these machines available to get their work done. Otherwise, productivity suffers.

Veeam Agent for Windows (VAW) is ready to go, fresh out of the box to back up direct to BackOnline with Veeam Cloud Connect.

In addition to being cloud-ready, VAW has the following benefits:

  • No internet connection available? No problem. VAW will cache the back up to your hard drive and automatically upload to BackOnline Veeam Cloud Connect when a connection becomes available.
  • Experience a complete failure and need to restore? No need to download the back up first, you can do a ‘bare metal restore’ direct from BackOnlines’s Veeam Cloud Connect.
  • Guaranteed recoverability for enterprise server applications such as Exchange, SQL Server, Active Directory and more with Veeam Application Aware Processing.
  • Cloud instances have no ‘local’ storage required; back up and restore directly from BackOnline Cloud Connect.
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