We use Veeam Backup Replication for data backup and replication.
We will upgrade to version 11 soon.
We use Veeam Backup Replication for data backup and replication.
We will upgrade to version 11 soon.
The most valuable features of Veeam Backup Replication are efficient backup and replication. Additionally, Veeam Backup Replication supports all products and vendors.
The solution could improve by having more user-friendly dashboards.
I have been using Veeam Backup Replication for approximately six years.
Veeam Backup Replication is highly stable.
I had a customer that has been in operation for two years without any critical issues.
We do not have plans to increase usage at this time. We use the basic version at this time.
The scalability of the solution is good.
We have five people in my organization that use this solution and support 10 customers.
I am in Turkey and the support is very important for the customer but it should be improved.
We have used Commvault previously but the customers cannot use Commvault for backups and replication, it is not included on the Commvault backup software.
Veeam Backup Replication allows both features.
The initial setup of Veeam Backup Replication was straightforward. Step by step, we did not have any problems.
We have five people for maintenance of Veeam Backup Replication.
The price of Veeam Backup Replication has been increasing their price and my customers are asking why. They have CPU-based licenses and a Universal License, the prices should be reduced.
I would advise others that want to implement this solution to check the Veeam website for documentation and follow the information all step by step on how to install it. Everything is available in the documentation about implementation. If someone follows the documentation they will not have a problem with the implementation.
I rate Veeam Backup & Replication a nine out of ten.
The primary use case of this solution is to back up all of our applications and all of our data.
It's very easy to work with and it's very reliable.
We haven't had any issues so far, and the backup and restore works very well.
I would like to see the Veeam cloud solution and Microsoft Office 365 included all in one platform.
I have been working with Veeam Backup & Replication for five years.
We are working with the latest version.
We use this solution daily. It's very stable. We have not had any issues.
It's a scalable solution. We started out with a few issues, and after we purchased Office 365 it was easy to store and proceed with other backups.
This is a backup of the applications and data. We don't have any users who access it.
We contacted technical support one time only. They were able to solve the issue.
They were good.
Previously, we used a few different solutions. Before Veeam, we were using a solution from HP, and Symantec.
We decided to go with Veeam because we had a few issues that were not able to be resolved in time.
The initial setup was simple. When you compare it with other solutions it was simple.
This solution does not require a lot of maintenance. This component of the solution is very easy. We only need one person to maintain it.
The implementation was completed within the company.
This is not an expensive solution. It's on the cheaper side.
I would recommend this product to others who are interested in using it.
I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
Our company is an integrator, and we are offering the Veeam solution for our existing clients and some prospective clients. We currently have 10 to 15 clients.
It is a straightforward solution. There is no need for a dedicated technical person to do the backup and replication. Veeam is very straightforward when it comes to doing the replication.
It needs to support more applications. In terms of supported applications, Oracle SQL and Office 365 are supported, but I am not sure if it supports Linux-based applications. That's why I'm looking for an alternative. I am currently testing Commvault. The advantage of Commvault is that a lot of applications are supported with it.
I am not sure if CIFS is currently supported. It would be nice to have this feature in case it is not already supported.
I have been using this solution for over a year now.
Veeam offers good support. After you get their product, they provide online support. You just need to raise a ticket, and then someone from global support will contact you. I'm okay with Veeam's support.
It is very straightforward. You just need to spin up the virtual machine and enter proxy, and then you can start the backup.
The deployment takes a couple of hours. It takes a maximum of two or three hours to deploy it for an enterprise. It is a really straightforward solution. To deploy it for an enterprise, you need at least two to three resources.
This solution could be used as an alternative approach for migration from on-premise to cloud or for disaster recovery. If you have two data centers and you need to replicate the primary virtual machines to another site, this can be an option.
I would recommend this solution to others. I would rate Veeam Backup & Replication a nine out of ten.
We primarily use Veeam as a backup system, so for backup operations. Every company needs to have backups and restoration, and cannot live without it. We have ransomware, system failure, and a lot of problems facing us, so we need backups for the emailing systems, database, Hypervisor, and VMs.
One of the most valuable features of Veeam is that the restoration is easy and reliable.
The ease of use could be improved, but I don't have a very deep amount of experience in Veeam, so it's difficult to say what could be improved.
I have been using Veeam for a couple of years.
This solution is stable, and the restoration of Veeam is easy and reliable.
A partner or mine has contacted technical support many times. He was very satisfied and recommended their support team.
I have also tried Veritas Backup Exec, which is more difficult to use.
It takes about two hours to install and implement this solution and to start backing up data. The operation of backups depends on the customer's data, so the timeframe will depend based on that data.
For deployment and maintenance, we have one person for administration and restoration and the IT manager for managing the system.
In my organization, users use it centralized, and it works for the servers and operates silently. No one can pause or refuse the backup operation. We implemented it like this for all customers, so that it backs up to the server and works without user involvement.
We implemented this solution through an in-house team.
We pay for a license to use this solution, and we recommend that our customers pay for a license and a renewal license.
I rate Veeam Backup a nine out of ten, and I would recommend it to others.
We are a system integrator and we implement backup software solutions for our customers. Veeam is one of the products that we provide.
The main feature for Veeam is that it's built primarily for virtualization, such as VMware or Hyper-V.
The interface is user-friendly. It's easy to deploy and easy to manage.
I would like to see more broad support for other applications such as databases, or other operating systems. Veeam is currently developing some of these features but they are not as mature as those found on backup products for physical servers. Essentially, integration with products from other vendors should be improved.
This product should be integrated with Kasten for Kubernetes backup. It would be helpful for backing up a container environment.
We have been working with Veeam Backup & Replication for between five and six years.
Stability has always been good with this solution.
Most of our customers do not have a large virtual environment. Veeam is capable of quickly scaling up or scaling out to meet the requirements of our customers.
The technical support from Veeam is quite helpful. They have a capable team.
The IBM console is definitely more complex in terms of implementation and monitoring. The user interface for Veeam is better.
The support available is similar from all of the vendors. Most of the backup software and principles are quite similar and we can handle problems with the help of support.
There were no complications with the initial setup.
Several licensing schemes are available.
My advice for anybody who is implementing Veeam is to learn about the various licensing schemes. There are several available to choose from.
I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
We use Veeam Backup Replication for many purposes, such as emails incidents with our users, full email retrieval, or registration. Additionally, I have restored virtual machines, entire working servers, SQL servers.
The most valuable feature of Veeam Backup Replication is application awareness. Additionally, the solution is user-friendly and it has been working very well.
I have been using Veeam Backup & Replication for approximately six years.
The solution is stable.
I have found Veeam Backup Replication scalable.
We have approximately 300 users using the solution.
We previously used Symantec Backup Exec. As we moved forward from the physical environment to the virtual environment, we changed products to Veeam Backup Replication. We found that Veeam Backup Replication was the most usable, and fit our companies use case scenario best.
The implementation was straightforward. However, we used an integrator, the process could be easier for us to do it ourselves.
We had a system integrator that implemented the whole solution for us.
The solution does not need a lot of maintenance, the upgraders do not interfere with our systems very much.
We are satisfied with Veeam Backup Replication. It is a safeguard for our daily work and our environment. It has given us a substantial return on investment.
We are on an annual license for Veeam Backup Replication. We could expand or upgrade the license for the Office365 features. Next year we might go to a three-year plan for support on license.
In the next year, we will move to Office365 and could use the cloud features. We will upgrade our license and check the new features of Veeam Backup Replication.
I rate Veeam Backup Replication a nine out of ten.
We have, I'd say, about 20 different customers running Veeam and sending backups to our hosting center. We also have our own hosting environment with about 200 servers, which we are backing up with Veeam Backup and Replication.
The solution is stable and absolutely reliable.
It's the most easy-to-use backup replication that I have used so far.
I've found that the scalability is fine.
The initial setup is pretty simple.
We're using both Backup and Replication, Veeam Cloud Connect, and Veeam Office 365. What I am missing is a good graphical user interface between these three products. It's something that they need to figure out. I'd like the three versions streamlined so they fit together better, as, right now, they are very different.
We've been selling the solution for three or four years or something like that.
The solution is reliable and the performance is good. We find it to be stable. There are no bugs or glitches. It doesn't crash or freeze.
Scalability is possible with this solution. If a company needs to expand it, it can do so.
We have 50 customers that pay for this solution right now.
Technical support is helpful and responsive. they are very knowledgeable and friendly. We are very satisfied with the level of support on offer. They really try their best to resolve issues.
The solution is simple and straightforward.
I cannot recall how long it took to actually deploy the product.
We have three managers that can handle the deployment and maintenance aspects of the product.
We pay for licensing and have a monthly subscription.
We are a reseller.
I would rate the solution at an eight out of ten.
Our primary use for Veeam Backup & Replication is for enterprise backups and replication.
It's used pretty heavily by us.
The features I find most valuable are probably the VMware snapshot backups and the Veeam replication. Their replication is very good.
It can easily be used for disaster recovery in a number of situations.
I don't know how it would compare to Zerto, for example, but considering that it can leverage backups for replication purposes, this makes it superior to either a backup product or a replication product. The fact that you can mix and match, for example, you can replicate off of a backup or off of a backup copy somewhere else, or off of the source machine directly, makes it superior for me.
In terms of what could be improved, they need a better solution for backend storage. Other backup products that I've used, like Commvault, have at least a disc based backup. If you don't have a D duplicating appliance, like Commvault who has its own duplication engine, it's doing its best to duplicate data going into the repository. Veeam is not very good at that. There is some level of data reduction, but it's not much. So if your backup targets don't have a good D duplication data reduction, it's a problem because you just create massive amounts of data on the backend.
I like that you can use any kind of disc target and you can use any kind of high speed fiber channel as backend.
On a scale of one to 10, I would say that Veeam Backup & Replication is one of the best, so I'd probably give it a nine. There is not one perfect backup product and I think one of the challenges with Veeam is the lack of clients. Meaning, we have certain older systems that there is no Veeam client for, and there's no incentive for Veeam to make the client for it. But it does VMware backups very well.