Phoenix NAP Partners with Veeam for Cloud Backup Service
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Phoenix NAP Partners with Veeam for Cloud Backup Service

Veeam Software and Phoenix NAP team up to release Phoenix NAP Cloud Backup for Veeam.

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This article originally appeared at The WHIR

Veeam Software and Phoenix NAP have teamed up to release Phoenix NAP Cloud Backup for Veeam, the initial release of Veeam Availability Suite v8, the companies announced Tuesday. The product allows customers to avoid the cost of deploying off-premise infrastructure.

Phoenix NAP was selected by Veeam to support Veeam Cloud Connect, a new capability of Veeam Availability Suite v8, which will be released to general availability later this quarter. Phoenix NAP will leverage Veeam Cloud Connect to offer customers an integrated, secure, and efficient way to move Veeam backups to a Phoenix NAP-managed site.

“Veeam has a reputation for innovation, and Veeam Cloud Connect is a good example of how that reputation is applied to meet market demands,” said William Bell, VP of product development for Phoenix NAP. “In today’s climate, it’s imperative for businesses to have a back-up strategy and service in place. Through this new solution and our partnership with Veeam, our customers can safely and securely back-up their mission critical data to our off-site cloud environments, and do so quickly. We are proud to be included as one of Veeam’s launch partners, and look forward to offering this new service to our customers.”

Phoenix NAP Cloud Backup for Veeam is available out of Phoenix NAP’s Phoenix, Ashburn, or Amsterdam data centers, and the company says it can be provisioned in four hours or less.

Veeam launched its cloud backup management suite in June 2013, and a month later Phoenix NAP expanded its partnerships with the launch of a new Channel Division.

This article originally appeared at: http://www.thewhir.com/web-hosting-news/phoenix-nap-partners-veeam-cloud-backup-service

 

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