Veeam Adds Hyper-V Infrastructure Support
Slowly but surely, Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor is taking over the SMB server virtualization market. The company has been developing its server virtualization technology by adding high-end features to compete with VMware in the enterprise space, but it’s the bargain basement where Hyper-V is finding its true sweet spot.
That’s what Veeam has noticed, anyway. The Ohio-based virtual infrastructure management company flogs its Veeam One management products to SMBs that use VMware. Lately, however, its been seeing more and more of its target customers turning their backs on the virtualization technology behemoth. "Hyper-V is attracting significant interest in the SMB space," said Doug Hazelman, Veeam’s VP of product strategy. "We see the popularity of Hyper-V increasing, and its market share in the space increasing."
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