Is Veeam’s Strategy Unsexy but Customer-Focused?

Delegates Joep Piscaer and Raff Poltronieri joined us for Cloud Field Day in March. Veeam Software presented at this event and discussed their cloud strategy, including insight on how they enable customers to manage their data across multiple platforms. In this video, Joep and Raff tackle the question, “Is [Veeam Software’s] strategy to support data protection across on-prem, cloud, SaaS and containers unsexy but customer-centric, or are they missing the point of cloud-native?”


Presenters React to the Cloud Field Day Experience

Cloud Field Day happened earlier this month and the presenters are happy with the experience of everything involved! To see what makes Tech Field Day events special to companies, what they learned, and their thoughts on the overall experience of Cloud Field Day, check out this video and post on GestaltIT.com!


Veeam Targets Cloud-Native Data Protection

Towards the end of last year, Veeam presented its company’s journey at Tech Field Day, describing its journey in two acts. Act I established Veeam as a well-respected and successful data center data management and protection solution. As it has seen its success as a backup solution provider, Veeam introduces Act II of its story with an intense focus on cloud-native solutions, aiming to become the most trusted provider of backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management. To learn more about Veeam’s story and its intentions for the future, check out the videos from Tech Field Day on our website!


Creating a Backup Repository in Veeam Backup & Replication V11

Last December, Veeam highlighted Veeam Availability Suite v11 at Tech Field Day. Al Rasheed, a Veeam Vanguard, decided to create a Backup Repository in Veeam Backup & Replication (v11) using his Synology DS920+. On his blog, Al walks through the steps he took to create this. To see his detailed dive into the process, be sure to check out his blog!


Creating a New Physical Protection Infrastructure Group in VBR V11

Veeam presented at Tech Field Day in December and showcased its Veeam Availability Suite v11. For his blog, Al Rasheed walks through installing Veeam Backup & Replication on a Windows Domain Controller (DC) to “test the concept of creating a new Physical Protection Infrastructure group in the v11 console.” To see his detailed dive into this, check out his blog!


Looking Forward to Cloud Field Day 10

We’re excited for the upcoming Cloud Field Day and so is Ken Nalbone, who is joining us as a delegate for the event. In this blog, Ken looks forward to the event and provides his thoughts on the different presenting companies. Be sure to tune in from March 10-12, 2021, to catch the presentations and use #CFD10 on Twitter to join in on the discussion!


Tech Field Day 22: Protecting Your Cloud With Veeam

On his blog, Lino Telera writes that “the need to protect and recover infrastructure is still a mission-critical task for all IT departments of every sized company.” With this in mind, Lino details his interactions with Veeam both at Tech Field Day last year as well as through some thorough product testing after the event. In his post, Lino talks through his thoughts on Veeam, their acquisition of Kasten.io, and his tests of Kasten.


Veeam ONE at Tech Field Day 22

Al Rasheed saw Veeam at Tech Field Day in December and shared his thoughts on its Veeam ONE demo. Al was impressed with the demo, as he mentions that Veeam ONE will cover Monitoring and Intelligent Diagnostics with documentation included. He also notes that Veeam ONE allows customers to dig deeper into their Veeam environment to address and diagnose potential issues before they occur. For more on Al’s analysis of the Veeam ONE demo, visit his blog!


Why You Need Veeam to Backup Your Cloud Data

Adam Fisher analyzed Veeam and its offerings after seeing the company’s presentation at Tech Field Day in December. Adam mentions that both Veeam Backup for AWS and Azure are moving beyond the basics and are expanding their feature set. Regarding Veeam’s position, Adam believes that “Veeam appears to be on a path towards staking its claim as a leader in data protection across all the clouds.” For more of Adam’s thoughts, visit virtualbonzo.com!


TECHunplugged Take on Veeam Software During TFD22

Max Mortillaro and Arjan Timmerman of TECHunplugged were both delegates at Tech Field Day in December. In this video, they recap Veeam Software’s presentation and explain why it was one of the best of the event to them. Not only that, but Arjan adds that this was one of the best he has ever seen in the 30 Field Day events he has attended! Tune in to this video to see what set Veeam apart!


Day 2 of TFD22 Starts With Veeam

Heading into the second day of Tech Field Day earlier this month, Arjan Timmerman had high expectations for one of the presenters. On the TECHunplugged blog, Arjan shows his excitement for the upcoming presentation from Veeam and writes that they are consistently a great Field Day presenter. Check out Arjan’s post for a preview of Veeam and a collection of excellent GIFs! The full slate of Veeam presentations at Tech Field Day are also available on our website.


Veeam Loves Mobility

Ned Bellavance had the chance to see Veeam present on disaster recovery and Kasten at Tech Field Day earlier this month. For his daily check-in, Ned talks about Veeam’s presentation as well as the bridge between disaster recovery and data migration. If you haven’t yet, be sure to check out the Ned in the Cloud YouTube channel for Ned’s check-ins or take a look at the presentations from Veeam on the Tech Field Day website!


Looking Ahead: Veeam at Tech Field Day 22

Although he wasn’t able to attend the session live, delegate Al Rasheed found himself impressed with Veeam’s Tech Field Day presentation earlier this month. He writes that Veeam is “known as the most trusted provider of backup solutions that delivers cloud data management” and that they are continuing to innovate within their place in the market. To read more about the themes that Al picked up from the Veeam presentation including “Trusted. Data. and Cloud Data Management.” check out the post on his blog!


Has the Cloud Era Arrived? Thoughts From Cloud Field Day 8

With changing times come changing priorities in the tech world. After attending his first Cloud Field Day, delegate Adam Fisher observes that cloud consumption, which was already increasing year-to-year, has exploded in 2020 in the work from home environment. He writes that the Cloud Era has arrived, and recaps some takeaways from his favorite presenters at Cloud Field Day including Veeam, Zerto, Aruba, Diamanti, Infrascale and Morpheus Data. Be sure to check out Adam’s take on the Cloud Era on his latest post!


Veeam Backup for Office 365 at Cloud Field Day 8

In the final part of his three part blog on Veeam’s Cloud Field Day presentations, delegate Al Rasheed writes about the Veeam demo of their backup for Microsoft Office 365. As a customer of Office 365, he was excited to see the presentation and in the end was impressed with their demo. Check out all three parts of Al Rasheed’s series on Veeam on his blog, and check out Veeam’s Cloud Field day presentations on our website!


Veeam Backup and Replication’s Cloud Tier: Becoming the “Object” of Your Data Protection

Cloud can be a great place for backups, but challenges like cost control remain when storing large quantities of data. At Cloud Field Day 5, Veeam showed us that they are working hard to combat those challenges. In their presentation, Veeam showed off Cloud Tier: a new feature that allows customers the ability to offload or tier backup files to cheaper on-premises or cloud-based object storage.


Cloud Native With Veeam Backup at Cloud Field Day 8

In part two of his three part blog on Veeam’s Cloud Field Day presentations, delegate Al Rasheed writes about their cloud-native backup for AWS and Microsoft Azure. He writes that Veeam is focused on savings for the user, including a cost-effective product and a backup cost calculator to help ensure users have the knowledge to plan more efficiently and help avoid unwanted expenses. Check out all three of Al Rasheed’s series on Veeam on his blog, and check out their Cloud Field Day presentations on our website!


Veeam’s Vision at Cloud Field Day 8

In part one of his three part blog on Veeam’s Cloud Field Day presentations, delegate Al Rasheed writes about their continuous growth and their presentation highlighting their company vision. He writes that Veeam is successfully realizing their vision of being “Simple, Flexible, and Reliable” by providing straightforward solutions for their customers. Check out all three of Al Rasheed’s posts on his blog, and check out Veeam’s Cloud Field day presentations on our website!


Veeam’s SaaS Pricing Estimator

Justin Warren writes about a unique aspect of Veeam’s latest Cloud Field day presentations. Justin, a delegate at the last Cloud Field Day, writes that the Veeam SaaS Pricing Estimator is helpful and convenient tool designed with the user in mind. By empowering their users with more information, Veeam is allowing them to be better prepared for the future. Check out the Veeam Cloud Field Day presentations on our website!


Is Endpoint Backup Still Relevant in the Cloud Era?

“Should we still care about endpoints?” — Veteran delegate Max Mortillaro asks critical questions about endpoint backups and their relevancy today. Max recently attended Cloud Field Day where he saw Veeam present on their endpoint backup product for Microsoft Office 365. Make sure you check out Max’s piece and the full Veeam presentation.