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Neverfail Knows: Veeam

Earlier this week we announced support for Veeam in our IT Continuity Architect product. What does this mean for you? It means that Architect can now automatically determine the protection scope and RPO of your Veeam-protected virtual machines. This is in addition to Architect’s ability to see protection capabilities from VMware, Microsoft, and of course Neverfail’s IT Continuity Engine as well.

Neverfail Knows: Veeam

With this wealth of information about your installed high availability and disaster recovery solutions, IT Continuity Architect performs an immediate gap analysis between where you want to be with BCDR and your actual capabilities. In addition, Architect will continually monitor your environment for changes, raising a flag if any business application is at risk of not meeting recovery SLA’s.

Also, as new machines come online, Architect will automatically include them in the environment overview, allowing you to quickly see if any server in your environment is not adequately protected.

It doesn’t matter what you’re using for your recovery solution, the Neverfail IT Continuity Architect helps you ensure, and report on, your complete disaster recovery capabilities.

Neverfail Knows.

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More Stories By Josh Mazgelis

Josh Mazgelis is senior product marketing manager at Neverfail. He has been working in the storage and disaster recovery industries for close to two decades and brings a wide array of knowledge and insight to any technology conversation.

Prior to joining Neverfail, Josh worked as a product manager and senior support engineer at Computer Associates. Before working at CA, he was a senior systems engineer at technology companies such as XOsoft, Netflix, and Quantum Corporation. Josh graduated from Plymouth State University with a bachelor’s degree in applied computer science and enjoys working with virtualization and disaster recovery.