Veeam Backup & Replication Standard for Hyper-V - license - 1 CPU socket

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Veeam Backup & Replication is a perfect way to back up and protect your virtual machines. It doesn't just support your virtual environment - rather, it leverages that environment to provide a whole new level of protection for all your virtualized applications, services and data.

Backups are worthless if you cannot recover from them. With Veeam Backup & Replication, you can verify the recoverability of your backups - not just a few selected backups, but every backup, of every virtual machine, every time. You no longer have to settle for backups that "might work" or "should work" - instead, you can rest easy knowing that your backups actually do work.

Veeam Backup & Replication provides exceptional value. It's licensed per CPU socket on the ESX host and includes backup, replication, deduplication and centralized management. There are no per-agent, per-VM or per-application license fees.

Veeam Backup & Replication Standard for Hyper-V - license - 1 CPU socket is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 107.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A user-friendly backup of the whole virtual server What is our primary use case?We are using Veeam at our college and we have been connected for a while now. We use it for backing up virtual service in the hyperway and it is working very well. It works well for backing up services. You can backup Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft Sharepoint and it is actually easy to understand how to restore from it. It has an easy UI.How has it helped my organization?I think the most important part is that you actually know you have a backup of the whole virtual server. You actually can restore the whole server if you want, or just take some specific files. I like this duality of the product. That's how I put it on virtualized software and I think if they had some more agents for physical computers, that would also be a nice feature.What needs improvement?The most important is that it's updated to support new servers and we actually are in a situation that we are going to connect our Exchange service to a new one. They have to actually support new software as they are released and I think Veeam has promised to support new Windows upgrades, so that's important.I have also been struggling with the storage, and in some cases I need to move things due to performance. We can use replication and we hope that this will help us continue with Veeam.For how long have I used the solution?More than five years.What do I think about the stability of the solution?I think it is very stable. I have been struggling with the storage now and that's not Veeam's fault, but sometimes I have problems with it. We are short on storage right now, but because of some performance issues we have to reserve a room at our location and the connection between those two rooms is not great,l but I hope I found the cause of that problem so in this situation we actually have been struggling with storage. I know that Veeam has support for more storage. If there was a snapshot functionality on Veeam, it would help. I think we cannot use the replication part of the solution, but I think we are going to use it more now when they have more of the location sites, and replicate to the different locations.How is customer service and technical support?I know they have a good support, but I've not been using them very often. I'd like to try and figure out what the problem is myself. But, I know that we have a contract to use their help. Mostly I use the support for upgrades to new versions. I don't contact Veeam support very often.Which solutions did we use previously?We had a physical service that we converted them to the virtually, and when we thought it was them. And that's very easy to back up a virtual service through Veeam. So, they actually been known for that and everyone thinks that Veeam is the only thing for virtual servers, but today that's not the case anymore because everyone supports virtual servers. I don't think they were so good at that when they started with Veeam, because Veeam was very regular virtual service. That's what they did and then if you ask them about physical back up they have a solution for that. That's what I like.How was the initial setup?I think it was straightforward. It was easy to install, and if you miss some plugins for Windows, you actually can click OK and it's on the installation media. The installation is very easy.What was our ROI?It is a cheap solution with the ability to backup for our needs.What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?The price is great! It's software related, and I know that might be good thing because it's a cheap solution to buy, and we have been looking for a program for backup and they fit the bill. The price of Veeam and it's software related products enable you to have your own hardware. You can use your own infrastructure, and you can actually buy what you want. This is cost-effective. It might be that if you buy something else and they have media thinks it's very expensive, but it's working very well. If your company has pressure to actually get back data very quickly, might be that's not possible with this solution. But, our college environment doesn't seem to be have this problem. There has not been much down time but I think if the server is broken, it just restores within an hour, and everything returns back to normal.What other advice do I have?You can actually use the infrastructure you already have. So, you don't have to buy new hardware to actually start using it. That's the mostimportant part about this solution.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reduced our overall backup windows while reducing our dedicated backup infrastructure What is our primary use case?Primary backup and long-term retention to protect our client data across our datacenters. Allows for incremental RPOs for VM and file-level recovery across multiple datacenters to our IT staff of more than 100 technicians.How has it helped my organization?As our datacenters continue to grow, we had a challenge of reducing backup windows while being able to scale our total protected VMs. Before Veeam, we had backup infrastructure sprawl. Veeam was able to reduce our overall backup windows while reducing our dedicated backup infrastructure.What is most valuable?Granular permissions through Veeam Enterprise Manager have allowed for us to pass control down to our support staff instead of having it with senior datacenter resources.Vendor integration for many of the enterprise features have allowed for us to have greater performance from our storage vendors further improving on our commitments to protect our clients' data.What needs improvement?Multithreading of health check process: This can take too much time to process on large jobs and/or large VMs. Better to have built-in deduplication for long-term retention.Additional executive summary reports for the entire infrastructure would be a nice to have.For how long have I used the solution?One to three years.What do I think about the stability of the solution?No, we have not experienced any stability issues.What do I think about the scalability of the solution?One challenge that we have encountered was on the long-term retention of data. Be sure to look into a dedicated deduplication appliance.Also, know where the bottleneck is within your environment. If you are repurposing older equipment, it likely won't be up to the task. Storage performance is crucial to your backup times.How is customer service and technical support?Support has been great; no complaints.Which solutions did we use previously?We used PHD Virtual and what is now Unitrends ( /products/unitrends ) UVB. Backup infrastructure was becoming a significant cost and scaling this solution meant more sprawl. Backup windows were increasing outside our comfort levels. At the time, we as acquired a company with additional datacenter services. Consolidating to one solution with a single interface was key. This, in turn, ensured that we had complete visibility of our backup environments across multiple datacenters.Veeam helped us solve all of these areas of concern.How was the initial setup?It was pretty straightforward.What about the implementation team?In-house.What was our ROI?We have increased our scalability while being able to free up senior resources from recovery activities. I estimate our overall savings to about $20,000 per year.What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?Plan your long-term backup strategy for growth and size the solution appropriately. Veeam has a number of setup options to choose from so make sure you understand them to make the right decision.I would always suggest a multi-year agreement as this will allow for the best possible ROI of licensing.Which other solutions did I evaluate?We looked at vRanger ( /products/vranger ), Unitrends ( /products/unitrends ), and Datto.What other advice do I have?Since everyone's data is different, I would recommend a proof of concept project to understand how your data will be used within this solution. If you are intending to keep data for long-term retention, look at a dedicated deduplication appliance.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from there should be more manufacturers integrating their technologies, as that would allow more customers to make use of this excellent feature.? Valuable FeaturesRTO time and speedThe product allows us to use data more efficiently, reducing the cost of storage and backup time. It is vital to have data available in the shortest possible time.Instant file level recoveryInstant File-Level Restore or IFLR can be used to recover individual VM guest OS files and folders from VM backups. The product doesn't require you to restore a full backup and later search for a specific file. Instead, we can restore files and folders from a regular image-level backup at the necessary point-in-time. IFLR also works with any VM guest OS file system, expanding our possibilities in mixed environments.WAN AccelerationIf you want to do remote backup or replication jobs, WAN acceleration technology is ideal. It works without problems and with limited bandwidths. When using the accelerators, the CBT allows us to work very efficiently. Before, we needed to make these copies in remote repositories, which took hours. The connections also failed very often. This type of situation is what optimizes WAN Acceleration.Integrated vendorsWith regard to the integration of Veeam with storage manufacturers, it must be said that the list always continues to grow. This growth is very good for all who use these brands. However, there should be more manufacturers integrating their technologies, as that would allow more customers to make use of this excellent feature.Improvements to My OrganizationOur virtual datacenter is protected with different types of backups, but critical ones are "always protected". We can restore a VM backup in just minutes, even from a snapshot.Room for ImprovementThe updates of this product are very fast and they always improve the solution.Stability IssuesI have not encountered any issues with stability.Scalability IssuesI have not encountered any issues with scalability.Customer Service and Technical SupportI would rate the level of technical support 10/10. It is very fast and reliable.Previous SolutionsI previously used Symantec Backup Exec. It was slow, incomplete, complex, used agents, and the technical support was useless, slow and ineffective. We would pray that we would not have a problem.Initial SetupThe setup is very easy and totally intuitive.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingThe price is a bit high. Licensing type is VMware friendly, so it is easy.Other Solutions ConsideredWe did not evaluate other options.Other AdviceIf you have virtualized or physical (lastest update of Veeam), you can trust in this solution. Our recovery time was reduced from many hours to a few minutes. Integration with VMware is transparent, easy to use, and intuitive. Backup storage is very efficient and using CBT saves a lot of disk space. Using tapes was greatly improved in the latest version, as well as integration with other sellers' storage products.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ?Very smooth backup and restore when required but offsite repository is not very stable. Valuable FeaturesSurebackup, reverse incremental, parallel processing for VM and the hdd and many more.Improvements to My OrganizationVery smooth backup and restore when required.Room for ImprovementAs every application has a scope of improvement so the Veeam, there are many areas they can improve on: the CBT errors, in hot add many times it is found that the Veeam proxy do not release the HDD even after the backup, offsite repository is not very stable.Use of Solution3 years.Deployment IssuesNot Much, environment specific.Stability IssuesNot much, it is quite stable.Scalability IssuesNo.Customer Service and Technical SupportCustomer Service: Good.Technical Support: Good.Previous SolutionsNo.Initial SetupStraightforward but have some complicity in configuring offsite backup.Implementation TeamVendor Team, team was domain expert.ROIROI for backup point of view comes only when you are in a condition that only backup can help, I have been in such conditions many times in which Veeam has proved to be a EXCELLENT ROI for my company.Other Solutions ConsideredYes, Avamar.Other AdviceExcellent product for medium size datacenter, not sure about the large datacenters.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Safer backups and restores, which means less time worrying Valuable Features* Instant Recovery* ReFS support* SureBackupImprovements to My OrganizationFaster and safer backups and restores means less time worrying.Room for Improvement* ReFS works* Evacuation of backups* MergeUse of SolutionFor five years.Stability IssuesNo issues.Scalability IssuesNo issues.Customer Service and Technical SupportIt provides the maximum level of support.Previous SolutionsI have used all flavors of backup solutions since early 1990s, this is by far the most advanced yet and easiest product to use.Initial SetupIt was straightforward. Basically, it was start, next, then finish.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingIt can be costly if the wrong license type is chosen. It is important to know what is needed before ordering.Other Solutions ConsideredI have used all flavors of backup solutions since early 1990s, this is by far the most advanced yet and easiest product to use.Other AdviceUse a skilled consultant for the initial setup, then let him/her teach you for a day and you are set.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:Reseller and Silver Partner.
Date published: 2017-11-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Being agentless minimized the install process for new servers. Valuable FeaturesBeing agentless minimized the install process for new servers. If you are using folder on your backup configuration, all the new servers has been backuped without any intervention on the backup server.Improvements to My OrganizationIt provides more efficiency to restore lost files that were deleted by users. It provides a restoring process for a complete server and replications on another site for the DRP servers.Room for ImprovementClient/agent for non-virtualized servers: This can be improved by integrating them in the same way as the virtual servers and integrating them into the same backup jobs. Actually, the Veeam team recommends making separate jobs for these servers. The options of the job are not the same if it’s a VM or a physical server.The best solution is to have the same functionality for a virtual or a physical server.I have already discussed this point with a member of the Veeam development and he replied to me that it will be improved in Version10. We are waiting ;-)Use of SolutionMore than 5 yearsDeployment IssuesNothing, the only problem encounter during installation is a Windows firewall problem but not linked directly to Veeam.Stability IssuesWe have not had stability issues.Scalability IssuesWe have not had scalability issues.Customer ServiceCustomer service is very reactive, you can open a call and be sure that's solved or helped on a 24h max.Technical SupportI would give technical support a rating of 10/10 for fast replies and solutions.Previous SolutionsWe were using Symantec Backup Exec. We switched for the simplicity of management with Veeam.Initial SetupThe initial setup was straightforward, but now our infrastructure is more complex. We started with five servers and now we have more than 150 servers protected by the Veeam solution.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingThe pricing and licensing are reasonable.Other Solutions ConsideredWe looked at Acronis, NetBackup, and Backup Exec.Other AdviceNo special advice, other than just follow the wizard and you can start faster than another solution.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We are a dealer for Veeam products.
Date published: 2017-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is very simple and fast to power-on a replicated server, making it come online again Valuable FeaturesReplication (fast recovery for replicated servers).Improvements to My OrganizationIt has decreased downtime issues. By using replication, we decreased our downtime for crashed servers and having other service/system issues.It is very simple and fast to power-on a replicated server, making it come online again.Room for ImprovementI'm not sure if this option is available in new versions. But different types of licenses could not be used on the same Veeam server in the past, it would be good to be able to use mixed types of licenses in the same server.Use of SolutionAbout four years.Stability IssuesNo, it is working nice and smooth.Scalability IssuesNo, because we are using this product in a small environment.Technical SupportWe do not encounter many problems with the product, but we do get an instant response when needed.Previous SolutionsWe are still using a different product for backup. Veeam is being used for replication only.Initial SetupSince it was a single server setup, it was easy to install and configure.Pricing, Setup Cost and LicensingIt is acceptable for us because we having been using it for approximately four years. However, I think for new buyers/customers it may be cheaper than other products.Other Solutions ConsideredAnother product is being used for backup. We did a PoC with Veeam, then bought it.Other AdviceIt is easy, with many features, (I think) it is cheaper. Very useful for virtual environments.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VM backup and ease of use are the most valuable features. Valuable Features:VM backup and ease of use are the most valuable features.Improvements to My Organization:It helps the discovery of the new VM. It allows me to use the same tools when we decided to move from VMware to Hyper-V.Room for Improvement:The physical system support needs improvement. I know that the latest version has this feature, but it was too late as I am already using it for three years. For the time being, I have used another backup software (EMC NetWorker) and they seem to catch up a lot during the past few years.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for three years.Stability Issues:Stability is good so far; hopefully, we will not have any problems.Previous Solutions:If one day the EMC NetWorker will offer same features, then I will have to switch as they offer more than what I want.Initial Setup:The setup looks simple, you set it up once and forget .Cost and Licensing Advice:If they can give more add-ons (such as training) for the pricing.Other Solutions Considered:We looked at EMC NetWorker and Veritas NetBackup.Other Advice:Keep it up.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:
Date published: 2017-09-11
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