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Hedvig and Veeam Enable Enterprises to Modernize Their Backup Infrastructure

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A recent press release reports, “Hedvig, the company modernizing storage and accelerating enterprise adoption of private and hybrid clouds, today announced it has been tested as a Veeam Ready Repository. The Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform together with Veeam®Backup & Replication™ not only provides high-availability, security, and broad application support, but also offers enterprises the flexibility of selecting any hardware or public cloud offering. The Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform is a software-defined storage solution that allows businesses to create an elastic storage system built from low-cost, commodity server hardware to support any application, hypervisor, container or cloud. Hedvig is built with cloud-like provisioning and simplicity for infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and seamlessly plugs into cloud orchestration solutions to deliver automated, on-demand storage provisioning at any scale.”

The release goes on, “Veeam delivers hyper-availability for all workloads — virtual, physical and cloud (including support for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V) — from a single management console. It provides fast, flexible, and reliable recovery of applications and data, and brings backup and replication together into a single software solution. ‘We welcome Hedvig as a valued member of the Veeam Alliance Partner Program,’ said Carey Stanton, Vice President of Global Alliances and Business Development for Veeam. ‘Their membership, as well as testing their Distributed Storage Platform as Veeam Ready, allows us to work together to develop technologies that can transform our customers’ environments and enable hyper-availability’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Hedvig

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