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December 13, 2010

Veeam offers Backup & Replication v5 for non-production use

VMware vExperts, VMware certified professionals and VMware certified instructors can avail this license key for free

By CBR Staff Writer

Veeam Software, a provider of VMware data protection, disaster recovery and VMware management offerings for virtual datacentre environments, has announced a holiday gift for VMware vExperts, VMware certified professionals, and VMware certified instructors.

These individuals can receive Veeam Backup & Replication v5, which is capable of running a virtual machine directly from a backup file, with vPower for non-production use in their home labs.

Any vExpert, VCP or VCI can receive a free two-CPU socket software license for evaluation, demonstration and training purposes.

The offer also includes the Veeam ONE Solution for VMware management with Veeam Monitor, Veeam Reporter and Veeam Business View.

Veeam Backup & Replication v5 overcomes the limitations of traditional backup by providing Instant VM Recovery for restoring a virtual machine from a backup file.

It also provides U-AIR (Universal Application-Item Recovery) for recovering individual items from any virtualised application, on any operating system, without additional backups, agents or software tools.

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Additionally, it offers SureBackup recovery verification for automatic verification of the recoverability of every backup, of every virtual machine, every time; on-Demand Sandbox for creating test VMs.

The instant file-level recovery for any OS or file system feature of Veeam Backup & Replication v5 helps users to recover an entire VM or an individual file from the same image-level backup.

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