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Veeam Enables Organizations to Accelerate their Data Protection Strategies During VeeamON 2021

Veeam® Software, looks back at how Veeam and their ecosystem of partners have endured a challenging year and delivered simple, flexible, reliable and powerful data management and protection solutions to more than 400,000 customers. Highlights include interactive and inspiring sessions from Veeam’s leadership team – including CEO Bill Largent, CTO and SVP Product Strategy Danny Allan, and SVP Product Management Anton Gostev – as well as guest speakers from the City of New Orleans, Maritz and Nuance.

“Veeam is the largest storage company that’s not making storage or infrastructure, and is by far the #1 pure play data protection vendor on the planet,” said Danny Allan, CTO and SVP Product Strategy at Veeam. “We moved more than 100 PB of data into our top three cloud object storage providers alone in just the first quarter of 2021, compared to 242 PB in all of 2020, and we recently surpassed 1 million active Veeam Backup & Replication™ installations. The movement of data into cloud and expanding cloud data management is accelerating. Data storage in the cloud is just one of the engines that is driving massive growth at Veeam. And the way we’ve built and evolved our single platform for Modern Data Protection – to be simple, flexible, reliable and powerful – continues our solid reputation of the being the industry standard and providing the highest level of value to customers. Over the next two days, VeeamON attendees will not only hear about how they can leverage our solutions to advance their data protection strategies, but will also see a glimpse into the future. We delivered more than 20 new products and major product updates over the last 18 months, but there is so much more to come.”

Since Veeam was founded more than a decade ago, it has continuously been expanding and strengthening its platform as the market evolves to new environments. Quickly known as the very best backup solution for VMware vSphere, Veeam has continued to evolve along with market demands by adding solutions for multiple hypervisors, physical systems, SaaS offerings (Microsoft Office 365), public cloud environments, and most recently, is now doubling down on modern infrastructure like Kubernetes (with the recent acquisition of Kasten). Modern Data Protection, defined by Veeam, provides a single platform for data resiliency to protect every workload, access all platforms with a single experience, reduce operational costs, and ensure guaranteed recovery.

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