Hosting Provider Adds New Lines of Business with Veeam-Powered Availability

Provided by Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Category Security

Type Case Study

Length 3

Publish Date November 21 2016

Date posted November 22 2016


Hosting provider had invested a substantial amount of time and money on their hosting infrastructure in order to offer their customers with high availability. Unfortunately, their agent-based backup tool was slow and error prone and the company found they weren’t able to offer their customers competitive recovery project and recovery time objectives. This case study discusses how Veeam were able to supply with an affordable and reliable backup solution that allowed the company to leverage its hosting infrastructure and start a new line of business. 

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