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Nutanix and Veeam Strong Momentum

It’s very pleasing when two companies enter in deep collaboration at multiple levels – this is the case of Nutanix and Veeam. In a series of joint technical and market efforts both companies have a strong momentum. Nutanix and Veeam share a similar focus on the virtualizsed data center and on the private cloud which utilizes virtualization as its underpinning technology. The combination of Nutanix and Veeam provide a great combination for protecting data in both environments. Here are few things I would like to share:

 

Nutanix + Veeam BPG for Hyper-V

Download this best practices guide for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 with Hyper-V environment to:

  • Understand synergies of using infrastructure and backup software designed for virtualization
  • Review the end-to-end architecture with Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform and Veeam Backup & Replication v7
  • Learn the best practices for configuring both Veeam and Nutanix components for Hyper-V

 

Nutanix and Veeam Backup & Replication for vSphere: Best Practices

This document makes recommendations for the optimization and scaling of Veeam Backup & Replication v7 with Nutanix for VMware vSphere. It shows the scalability of the joint solution and provides configuration information for both Veeam Backup & Replication and Virtual Computing Platform.

  • Download this best practices guide for VMware vSphere environment to:
  • Understand synergies of using infrastructure and backup software designed for virtualization
  • Review the end-to-end architecture with Nutanix Virtual Computing Platform and Veeam Backup & Replication v7
  • Learn the best practices for configuring both Veeam and Nutanix components

 

Nutanix and Veeam HyperV Best Practices by Derek Seaman

Derek’s post highlight two joint whitepapers that enable  customers deploy Veeam Backup and Replication 7 on Nutanix on HyperV. This is not high level marketing fluff. No fluff zone. We detail the best practices for using Nutanix SMB 3.0 shares with Hyper-V 2012 R2 and Veeam Backup and Replication 7.0.

 

Veeam Best Practices for VMware on Nutanix by Derek Seaman

Derek’s post highlight some of the major points and how customers can head off some potential issues. The whitepaper covers all the applicable technologies such as VMware’s VADP, CBT, and Microsoft VSS. It also includes and easy to follow checklist of all the recommendations.

 

Nutanix and Veeam Help Firms Avoid Disaster by Steve Kaplan

Both Nutanix and Veeam focus only on the software-defined data center (SDDC). This is a huge advantage in that neither company has to deal with legacy challenges of backing up architecture designed for a physical environment. Combining Veeam and Nutanix takes advantage of the abstraction of the underlying compute, memory and I/O resources to enable enhanced backup and replication capabilities, along with significantly simplified implementation and management

 

Key traits of Availability for the Modern Data Center (Veeam Webinar)

In today’s IT environment, it’s obvious that complexity is out and simplicity is in. The journey toward simplification requires a modern, fundamentally different approach that addresses the challenges related to explosive data growth, virtualized infrastructures and availability. In this webinar by Veeam® and Nutanix you will learn:

  • Today’s top data center challenges
  • How to embrace a software-defined data center approach
  • Availability for the Modern Data Center™
  • The role of a distributed architecture in the modern data center

 

Selecting the Right Protection for a Modern Datacenter (Nutanix Webinar)

View this recorded webinar presented by Nutanix and Veeam, both leaders in providing virtualization solutions for the modern datacenter. Together, they enable performance and granular backup for the most critical workloads on any hypervisor. Get the features you’ve been asking for—ease of use and deployment, reduced wastage and the ability to meet desired RTOs and RPOs.

 

This article was first published by Andre Leibovici (@andreleibovici) at myvirtualcloud.net

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