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DXi deduplication appliances now integrated with Veeam

DXi deduplication appliances now integrated with Veeam

Close to seven years ago, Veeam and Quantum came together to offer Veeam Backup & Replication as a tested and validated software for interoperability with Quantum DXi Series network attached storage (NAS) backup appliances. Enhanced support for any deduplication appliance, including Quantum DXi appliances, was included with Veeam Availability Suite v9. And with Quantum’s recent announcement, our partnership continues to expand and evolve.

DXi deduplication appliances now integrated with Veeam

Quantum recently announced integration with Veeam Data Mover Service, which will enable customers using DXi deduplication appliances the ability to take advantage of some of Veeam’s more advanced features such as Instant VM Recovery and synthetic full backups. In addition, DXi appliances will be added to the Veeam Backup & Replication v10 (coming late 2017) user interface, strengthening the solutions we jointly deliver to customers.

Veeam Data Mover Service deploys and coordinates executable modules that act as data movers and perform main job activities on behalf of Veeam Backup & Replication, such as communicating with the VMware Tools, copying VM files, performing data deduplication and compression.

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Veeam Software, a VMware Technology Alliance Premier partner, helps organizations safeguard their investment in virtual infrastructure by providing innovative systems management software designed to reduce costs, increase productivity and mitigate risk. Veeam is an international company with U.S. headquarters in Columbus, Ohio and European headquarters in London, UK. The company was founded in 2006 by the team previously behind Aelita Software, well known for its award-winning Windows Server management solutions. In 2008, Veeam acquired nworks, adding enterprise management connectors that bridge the gap between VMware virtual infrastructure and enterprise systems management tools from Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft. Veeam is rapidly expanding its presence and its partner network around the world, and will continue to offer innovative and practical solutions to help IT professionals better manage their virtual infrastructure. Today the company focuses on managing VMware servers, but as customer requirements grow, Veeam will support other virtual environments. With its drive for innovation, strong investment in R&D, and extensive product line, Veeam is well positioned for continued success.

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