Managed Backup & DR Services
Modern Data Protection, as a service
BaaS for Microsoft 365
Protect your Microsoft 365 data from threats. Same powerful Veeam data protection, delivered and managed by Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) Competency partners.
BaaS for Public Cloud
Protect your AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud data. Free up resources, achieve data portability and manage costs with Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partners.
Managed and Off-site Backup
Your data, your choice of cloud. Achieve the 3-2-1 rule and protect your data off-site with secure cloud data centers and one seamless backup strategy, delivered by VCSP Competency partners.
Minimize downtime. Experience fast, flexible failover and streamlined failback of specific VMs or your entire site with Veeam Cloud Connect delivered by VCSP Competency partners.
BaaS & DRaaS
with Veeamn-powered Service Providers
Ensure data resiliency, no matter where it resides
From critical workloads that run on-premises to data sprawl in the cloud and at home offices, Veeam’s service provider partners offer the off-site managed cloud backup, monitoring, management and DR services you need to stay resilient in the face of any threat.
Leverage expert best practices to keep your backups safe and recoverable.
Accelerate cloud adoption
Take a cloud‑first approach to your protection with backup that extends to, from and within the cloud.
Keep data portable
Leverage best‑fit storage options for your workloads, including offsite and cross‑cloud.
Gain control of your cloud data
Today, public clouds host some of your most mission-critical workloads, but the onus still lies with you to ensure your data is available and protected. BaaS offerings put the power in your hands to keep your data portable and recoverable.
Optimize your cloud expenses
Leverage BaaS to scale backups to cold and archival storage.
Choose the best restore option
Veeam-powered services unlock granular restore options that are rarely offered natively.
Disaster-proof cloud data
The cloud can go down! Take control of your data with Veeam’s portable file format.
Eliminate SaaS data loss
Software as a Service (SaaS) applications like Microsoft 365 place the responsibility on you to protect your data. BaaS can help you out by safeguarding data from security threats and retention gaps with managed services and cross-cloud storage.
Disrupt deletion and ransomware
Implement a backup strategy that ensures recovery in the face of any threat.
Easy recovery for compliance
Search and export data when needed for eDiscovery compliance requests.
Target any location for backups
Veeam’s portable format ensures that you can back up on-premises or in the cloud.
Back endpoints up to the cloud
As businesses shift to an increasingly remote workforce and corporate strategy, critical company data is now stored on endpoints. Reach and back up data on any device, regardless of where it resides, with the help of cloud and managed services.
Protect vulnerable laptops
Leverage cloud storage to ensure no device gets left behind.
Ensure remote worker productivity
Get employees up and running fast by restoring files or entire machines.
Execute granular restores
Perform full-, volume- or file-level backup and recovery.
Protect critical workloads in your data center
Whether you’re looking for day-to-day backup management, an offsite backup target for long-term retention or a DRaaS offering that's ready for failover when you need it, our providers have your back and can guarantee your most critical workloads will be always available.
Manage day-to-day backups
Offload data protection to an expert that will proactively manage your environment.
Failover to the cloud
Execute full- or partial-site failover as a cost-effective DR strategy.
Scale for long-term retention
Send backups to warm and cold cloud storage to maximize your storage investments.
Managed cloud services are the management of a company’s cloud resources or infrastructure via a third party outside the organization. Typically engaged through a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or a Cloud Service Provider. Managed cloud services cover a wide range of solutions, but particularly Backup as a Service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
Managed cloud services by a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or a Cloud Service Provider (CSP) are backup as a service (BaaS) and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offerings. Partners can partially or fully manage these offerings on a company’s behalf. These offerings typically include migration, configuration, security, monitoring, management and ongoing maintenance.
A self-service Backup as a Service offering is where your IT team can access a portal to schedule backup jobs, set retention policies and recover files or VMs. A managed Backup as a Service offering is where you can work with a service provider that schedules backups, manages policies, performs frequent testing, recovery services and more. In all these scenarios, backups are typically stored in the provider’s repository.
Customers who seek out Backup as a Service over do-it-yourself options look to:
- Gain access to experts by off-loading the setup, maintenance, monitoring and updating of the storage and software.
- Get started fast. Avoiding CapEx purchasing and complex setup processes is very possible with the as-a-Service model.
- Accelerate cloud adoption by taking a cloud-first approach to storage decisions.
- Establish a secondary location for backups to ensure that data is recoverable and archived for compliance.
- Keep data secure from ransomware and insider attacks by keeping an air-gapped copy away from primary storage.
Customers who seek out DRaaS look to:
- Reduce cost by avoiding the immense CapEx that’s required to establish a secondary site with ready-to-go storage, networking and access.
- Gain specialized support that’s bolstered by the expertise only a focused provider can offer, meaning that you can leave no stone unturned in preparation.
- Implement geographic separation. Backing up and replicating away from the primary data center ensures any natural disasters are unlikely to affect failover.
- Leverage the flexibility of partial-site failover for when you just need on-demand storage for server migration, quick-fixes and any other problem in a limited scope.
DRaaS is when the failover infrastructure is hosted offsite with a service provider. It can be provided in a self-service manner where all setup, testing and failover/failback is managed by the customer, or it can be fully managed, where everything is handled by trained experts at the service provider.