As in “act two,” the second phase of Veeam’s corporate evolution. Act one, which began when the company opened its doors in 2006, was defined by the pursuit of leadership in virtual machine backup. Act two, which began this year, according to Timashev, will be about building off that foundation to take on the even larger market for hybrid cloud data management.
“That’s now the opportunity that sits before us collectively, as not only Veeam but then with all of our partners,” Rooney says.
Backup for Office 365 and the NAS protection functionality in Veeam Availability Suite v10, he continues, are proof that Veeam now has the solutions it needs to capitalize on that opportunity by protecting not just virtual machines but physical ones, both on premises and in the cloud.
“Our product offering and the answers that we can provide for data protection now are so much more expansive,” Rooney insists.
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