Get to know the reference design for replication services with Veeam Cloud Connect v9
At the beginning of 2016 Veeam released the NEW Veeam Availability Suite v9 and one of the biggest enhancements in the software has been the new version of Veeam Cloud Connect, this time offering replication services.
The amount of new options, features and best practices for Veeam Cloud Connect v9 is so impressive that it deserved not just white paper, but a proper book! Luca Dell’Oca, EMEA Cloud Architect for Veeam, has recently presented his new Reference Architecture Guide for Veeam Cloud Connect v9, which goes far beyond your expectations and covers nearly everything you ever wanted to know about setting up cloud services with Veeam. One of the things that cloud services administrators and networking experts may value most in this eBook is the accuracy in providing lab examples as close to a real production environment as possible. And there’s even more – a printed version of the Reference Architecture Guide is coming soon, so you can always have it at hand!
For service providers, Veeam Cloud Connect with replication opens new and exciting revenue opportunities through DRaaS offerings. We keep saying that offering DRaaS services with Veeam is EASY and it really IS! This blog post is inspired by Luca’s Reference Architecture Guide and is meant to demonstrate you the fancy logic of Veeam Cloud Connect design. We’ll review the list of key Veeam Cloud Connect architecture components and their roles. This will help you as a service provider architect to easily navigate in the product documentation and start with VCC implementation.
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Read the entire article here, Get to know the reference design for replication services with Veeam Cloud Connect v9
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