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Veeam kicks off a baking hot and growing ecosystem show

Veeam kicks off a baking hot and growing ecosystem show

Cloud data management and security vendor Veeam kicks off its annual customer and partner event in earnest today, in a scorching hot Miami, Florida. IT Europa is here to give you the main news from the company’s growing channel and technology partner ecosystem.

At the VeeamON conference exhibition, are main cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, along with cloud SaaS storage specialists including HPE, Wasabi, Scality, ExaGrid and others. Leading distributors and resellers like Ingram Micro, CDW and TD Synnex are also in attendance.

Among customers taking part in the substantial conference programme are Ryanair, Admiral Insurance, Intercontinental Hotel Group, Asda, Rabobank, and many others.

Scality recently announced its newest release of ARTESCA, its “simple and secure” S3 object storage software for data deployments starting at a few terabytes, and will be demonstrating the solution in the exhibition.

ARTESCA 2.0 includes over a dozen improvements and new features through a hardened, reduced attack surface that minimises security risks with data immutability for increased ransomware protection - all at “entry-level” pricing starting at under $4,000 per year, including 24x7 support.

Larissa Crandall, Veeam vice president of global channels and alliances, said of the offering, “The new Veeam Data Platform focuses on modern data protection and ransomware recovery, ensuring that every business is resilient and can recover rapidly and safely from ransomware and other cyber threats across the customer’s complete hybrid-cloud environment.

“By supporting both Veeam’s performance tier for direct-to-object and its capacity tier for short and long-term retention, ARTESCA is an ideal object storage solution to deliver for our joint customers.”

Both Spectra Logic and Storware have recently made cloud data storage go-to-market alliances with Wasabi, and its further public support for Veeam at the show illustrates how the cloud data management space is forming a very packed ecosystem and shared channel.

More to follow from the show.