How to Get Backups to the Cloud with Veeam Cloud Connect

      Posted by Sydney Boman on Apr 27, 2017 2:36:43 PM

      Veeam powered cloud backup as a service

      One of the core solutions that every business needs is backup. And according to the 3-2-1 rule, backup should include 3 copies of data across 2 different medias and 1 copy should be located offsite. But how do you get backups offsite? If you're still running tape backups and having Iron Mountain tote your data to a warehouse, that's not what we mean. We are talking about using an offsite data repository, accessed via the cloud.  With Veeam Cloud Connect, getting backups offsite has never been easier. 

      Current Veeam users are already licensed to use cloud connect! With Veeam Cloud Connect you get:

      • Hosted offsite backups
      • Dedicated cloud repository
      • Complete visibility and control
      • A modern backup architecture
      • End-to-end encryption

      By partnering with NewCloud Networks, a Platinum Veeam Cloud & Service Provider, you can get your backups to the cloud in 3 easy steps!

      Get Backups Offsite

      Get backups off site without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an off-site infrastructure; fast and secure cloud backup to NewCloud Networks repository.NewCloud Protect, powered by Veeam, delivers cloud-based backup on NewCloud's Ultra-Low Latency Nationwide Network.

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      How It Works

      Step One: Add NewCloud as your Service Provider

      Veeam Cloud Connect integrates hosted backup repositories directly into the Veeam backup console:

      • You simply click "Add Service Provider" and enter NewCloud Networks' credentials to make NewCloud Protect your Cloud Repository.

       

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      Step 2: Point Your Backups to NewCloud Networks Cloud Repository, NewCloud Protect

      Once you have selected your Service Provider, you can configure a new backup copy job and select NewCloud Protect Cloud Repository.

       

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      Step 3: Browse and Restore from Backups

      Once your backup copies are safely stored in a remote cloud repository, you have successfully obtained an additional off-site copy of your workloads and data! From here, any restore operation can be accomplished, even if the original data has been lost at the primary site.

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      Don't Miss Out

      Backup is an important solution for every business and helps to keep companies online. Now more than ever is a great time to invest in an offsite backup solution! Get up to $2,000 in free cloud backup and disaster recovery services with NewCloud!