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October 7, 2020 | ChannelPro

Leaseweb Global Expands Veeam Backup Integration to Global Entities

Leaseweb Global has announced the expansion of their partnership with Veeam. The deepened investment will continue to help companies expand internationally.

Leaseweb Global, a leading hosting and cloud services provider, today announced the integration of Veeam-powered solutions with its Leaseweb Cloud Services. Veeam is the leader in Backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management. The new services are available in several Leaseweb locations across the globe: Amsterdam-1 and Amsterdam-2, London, Frankfurt, and will be available in Washington, D.C. before the end of the year. Organizations that trust Leaseweb to help them expand internationally are now able to enter into different regions knowing they have Veeam’s industry-leading solutions integrated with their Leaseweb cloud services.

This announcement comes on the heels of the recent market introduction of Leaseweb Cloud Connect, and further demonstrates the company’s commitment to continued investment in its cloud portfolio. This announcement is in direct response to customer requests for cloud services to be accessible at each of their global entities.

Leaseweb and Veeam first partnered in 2018, when Leaseweb launched its Backup-as-a-Service offering at its first cloud data center facility in Amsterdam. Over that period, Leaseweb has grown its cloud services through a strong commitment to increasing and improving its high-performing cloud services while continuing to offer them at competitive pricing.

Through the success and growth of Leaseweb’s cloud offerings, the company learned its customers wanted to extend deployment of these same services into their global offices to ensure both a close proximity to their customers while also maintaining full controls of the data. Moreover, companies seeking to grow internationally requested that these solutions be available in additional strategic markets. The expansion of the partnership means that the service is now more widely available across Leaseweb’s network of entities–with more locations planned for 2021.

“One current market trend is the expansion of the ‘as-a-service’ model. This is due to companies increasingly moving towards cloud solutions – be it private, public, or hybrid-or-multi cloud,” observed Gonzalo de la Rocha, product manager at Leaseweb Global. “The current global situation is a challenge for many companies. Most are feeling the need to both become more efficient while taking on the extra project of moving workloads to cloud models. At the same time, this large amount of data being moved to the cloud requires a leading technology to be properly managed and protected in terms of security and resiliency. Veeam allows us to offer the resiliency and control our customers need, available with no entry fees and under competitive OPEX models.”

As a leader for data center backup and recovery solutions and majority market share holder, Veeam was the obvious partner choice for Leaseweb—a company which is devoted to helping organizations scale their businesses reliably and effectively. Veeam is a 100% channel-focused business and its customer-satisfaction scores are the highest in the industry at 3.5x the average with proven capabilities through upwards of 375,000 global customers.

“This expansion of our Leaseweb partnership into new territories is taking place at a time when organizations need to guarantee the protection and management of their data more than ever before,” commented Bert van Meel, senior territory manager, Cloud, Benelux, Veeam. “Despite the circumstances, companies are continuing their digital transformation initiatives and have experienced the criticality of deploying cloud services—which includes data protection through reliable and expedient backup services. We are pleased to partner with an organization so committed to their customers’ success.”

For additional information, please visit Leaseweb Cloud Compute.

About Leaseweb
Leaseweb is a leading Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider serving a worldwide portfolio of 18,000 customers ranging from SMBs to Enterprises. Services include Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, Content Delivery Network, and Cyber Security Services supported by exceptional customer service and technical support. With more than 80,000 servers under management, Leaseweb has provided infrastructure for mission-critical websites, Internet applications, email servers, security, and storage services since 1997. The company operates 20 data centers in locations across Europe, Asia, Australia and North America, all of which are backed by a superior worldwide network with a total capacity of more than 10 Tbps. Leaseweb offers services through its various subsidiaries, which are Leaseweb Netherlands B.V. (“Leaseweb Netherlands”), Leaseweb USA, Inc. (“Leaseweb USA”), Leaseweb Asia Pacific PTE. LTD (“Leaseweb Asia”), Leaseweb CDN B.V. (“Leaseweb CDN”), Leaseweb Deutschland GmbH (“Leaseweb Germany”), Leaseweb Australia Ltd. and Leaseweb UK Ltd. For more information visit:

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