Veeam Agent for Linux, the Beta is now available!
At Veeam, we all love virtualization and truly believe that modern data centers should be virtualized to guarantee the highest degree of Availability. However, the reality is that not every workload is virtualized. Some workloads cannot be reached through the hypervisors they run on even when they are virtualized, like in public cloud environments.
This is one of the reasons Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE has seen such tremendous success since its initial launch in 2015. Now, that’s just one side of the story –– especially when you consider that in public cloud the vast majority of deployed virtual machines (VMs) are running one of the many flavors of Linux.
How do you protect them while avoiding the lock-in imposed by public cloud providers? To satisfy Linux users, Veeam announced Veeam Agent for Linux at VeeamON 2015, and since then people have been signing up to be among the first to know when the Beta is ready. After a few months, I’m happy to announce that the Beta is now available! If you registered for it, information about how to get it will soon be in your inbox.
While you wait to get access to the code, I’m certain you’ll be interested in learning more about Veeam Agent for Linux.
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via the fine folks at Veeam Software