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VEEAM "ALWAYS ON" WITH OVNICOM

The new Veeam Backup Essentials 9.5 presents advanced functionalities to enhance and optimize your business. With a great capacity to work for virtual, physical and cloud computing environments from a single management console, Veeam extends its leadership position as the best solution for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, as well as for high availability solutions No. 1 for any application and environment in the cloud.


Availability

For the Always-ON Enterprise

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Recover and High speed

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Data Loss Prevention

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Verified recovery capacity

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Leveraged data

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Complete Visualness

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New Characteristics From Veeam Backup Essentials 9.5

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mprovements: Scale effectively and efficiently without compromising the size of your business environment.
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Advanced ReFS integration: Higher performance and capacity efficiency for large-scale datasets.
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Full integration of Microsoft 2016 Datacenter Technologies.
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Minor RTOs and RPOs through the Nimble storage integration.
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Minimization of business interruption and optimization of local (on-premises) resources with Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure.
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Simplification in administration and increased efficiency with improved support of VMware vCloud Director.
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Ability to bill for the resources consumed.
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Available for VMware vSphere, VMware vCloud Director, Microsoft Hyper-V.


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Para consultas a nivel de Ingeniería contactar a Ing. Jesús Espinoza - jespinoza@ovnicom.com

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