Veeam Cloud Connect

Veeam Cloud Connect

Veeam Cloud Connect


Benefits of Veeam Cloud Connect

Fully Managed 24x7
Manned Datacentre monitoring your Data Back Ups. Each Back Up is checked on a daily basis to ensure it ran successfully. Sample restores on a quarterly basis.
Data Encryption
Backups are configured to use military levels of data encryption as well as utilise SSL tunnels for secure transport to the data centre.
2 x Tier 4 Irish Datacentres
Data is replicated between two high-security data-centres in Dublin, ensuring your data is always protected and available even in the event of a major disaster.
Bandwidth Optimisation
Our backup service provides a mixture of full, incremental & differential backups of data to ensure that minimum bandwidth is used, while data is always easily available for restore, without a requirement for a large number of recovery files.
Safe in our hands
All data is encrypted and compressed before being transmitted back to our data centre. From here, it is checked for integrity and then replicated to our second data centre site to ensure that even in the event of a serious disaster, your data will still be there waiting for you.
Seeding Service
Our seeding service allows you to send in your data via a USB drive for us to import directly into your storage, so that you only have to upload the incrementals over the Internet.
VmWare or HyperV
We support both VmWare and HyperV architectures.
Disaster Recovery
Digital Planet can also provide Veeam based DR as a Service.
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Questions to Ask your Veeam Cloud Connect provider

Handing responsibility to your On Line Provider: When making this very important decision you should consider these key questions to give you the confidence that your backed up data will be available when you need it.
Where is your data stored?
It is important that it is stored away from your office, so even if your office is destroyed, your data will still be safe.
How is your data protected?
Is it encrypted or in some way secured from outside parties finding or stealing the data.
How will you back it up?
Ensure you have the capacity and/or bandwidth for backing up all relevant data each night.
How will you recover it?
If you use an online backup provider and you need a full recovery, will you have to wait hours or even days for several hundred GB to download over the internet?
How do you know your data is successfully backing up?
Whichever way you back up data, the integrity of backups should be tested through regular test restores to ensure the backup is correctly functioning. It is not sufficient to rely on reports that tell you that backups are successful.