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Veeam Backup & Replication Enterprise for Vmware - product upgrade license

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  • upgrade from Veeam Backup Essentials Enterprise Bundle for VMware
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Product upgrade license
  • 2 sockets
  • upgrade from Veeam Backup Essentials Enterprise Bundle for VMware
  • ESD
Veeam Backup and Replication is best 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 and 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 and 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.

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Software
License Category: License
License Qty: 2 sockets
License Type: Product upgrade license
Upgrade from: Veeam Backup Essentials Enterprise Bundle for VMware

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Brand: Veeam
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Veeam
Model: Enterprise for VMware
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Veeam Backup & Replication

Software Upgrade Details
License Qty: 2 sockets
Software Type: Veeam Backup Essentials Enterprise Bundle for VMware

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Category: Utilities
Electronic Distribution: Yes
Subcategory: Utilities - virtualization optimization

Product Reviews
Veeam Backup & Replication Enterprise for Vmware - product upgrade license is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 99.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We can offer disaster recovery services for managed services customers. Valuable Features:* The object level restore from the Active Directory* Microsoft Exchange* Microsoft SQL* Backup and restore of vCloud Director Objects* Direct SAN integration with 3PARI like these features because they are helpful in offering additional and detailed disaster recovery services for managed services customers. The direct SAN backup feature perfectly integrates with our 3PAR storage infrastructure. It has significantly reduced the time it takes to backup virtual machines.Improvements to My Organization:This product has improved the entire RTO and allows us to restore applications and services to customers within a few minutes.Room for Improvement:The direct SAN backup integration can be perfected by improving the snapshot removal mechanism and process from the storage volumes. This will prevent stale snapshots from accumulating on the data stores, which in turn consumes precious space.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for seven years.Stability Issues:There were no stability issues that I can think of. When the best practices for deploying Veeam Backup and Replication are strictly followed, the system can be stable without any issues.Scalability Issues:We didn’t have any problems with scalability at all. It all comes down to how to deploy the Veeam infrastructure. If it is well designed, scaling is no problem.Technical Support:The technical support is fairly good.Previous Solutions:I have used other solutions in the past, but I switched because Veeam just works. It is pretty easy to set up, use, and it has fewer limitations.Initial Setup:The setup is straightforward, depending on how you want to deploy it. The installer can configure everything for you on the same server with all the relevant databases. It will also automatically install any required external software needed for Veeam to operate.Cost and Licensing Advice:The licensing is based on the number of cores you have in your ESX or Hyper-V environment. That should be taken into consideration when purchasing the Veeam Backup and Replication solution.Other Solutions Considered:I have used TSM, Backup Exec, and Retrospect.Other Advice:I would recommend IT professionals who run their infrastructure in a predominantly virtual environment to go for the Veeam Backup and Replication solution. It does the job and it is relatively easy to set up.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We are a Veeam partner.
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The SQL table-level restore helps the customer to restore a single table instead of the entire database. Valuable Features:There are many features that include the SQL table-level restore, Instant VM Recovery, and SureBackup, which are valuable to us.* SQL table-level restore: It helps the customer to restore a single table instead of the entire database which reduces the backup window dramatically.* Instant VM Recovery: It helps in case of a VM crash down.* SureBackup: You are assured that your backup is recoverable.Improvements to My Organization:We are a MSP and we deliver the best solutions to our customers.Veeam was one of the key products available for the virtualized environment.Room for Improvement:They have to expand their operations for the physical environment.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for two years.Stability Issues:There were no stability issues. If VMware works fine, then you wont face any issues with Veeam.Technical Support:Since they don’t have any technical support center in India, I would like to rate it a 5 out of 10.Previous Solutions:As I have mentioned earlier, we are a MSP and we design solutions according to the customer's needs.Cost and Licensing Advice:Pricing is reasonable and the product is worth investing in.Other Solutions Considered:We were evaluating Arcserve for the virtual environment. However, Veaam has better adaptability towards the virtual environment.Other Advice:VMware = Veeam is the best backup and replication solution.Microsoft Hyper-V = Veeam is the best backup and replication solution.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The ability to offload backup snapshots to the SAN helps with reducing the backup durations. Valuable Features:The greatest benefit of this software is its reliability. The ability to offload backup snapshots to the SAN helps with reducing the backup durations. The ability to turn on each VM for verification that the backup is reliable is another great feature. Recovery of a VM often takes longer for the tech to respond than the software to complete its recovery and power on speaks to the recover speed. The changed block tracking feature is one that enables us to choose which systems need a frequent (i.e., 5 min) incremental.Improvements to My Organization:There’s not much a backup software can do to the organization but its features enable us to have an inexpensive data recovery solution that ultimately plays a factor when choosing to move applications and services to the cloud.Room for Improvement:They need to address the confusing recovery dialogue.Use of Solution:I have used this product for about eight years across two organizations. At that time, it was version 3 I believe.Stability Issues:In earlier versions, there were some stability issues, but nothing in recent years that I can recall.Scalability Issues:We have not had scalability issues and I don’t see how this couldn’t scale to a much larger environment than the one I’m responsible for.Technical Support:The support staff are very knowledgeable to what I remember. We don’t really utilize them much, but a couple years back when we had storage issues, Veeam was very helpful.Previous Solutions:I’ve used traditional backup software that was based on tape and their move to VM backups still used this model. I always tried to pigeon hole backups to disk into tape containers which too frequently resulted in problems. Other VM backups earlier on didn’t improve at the same rate as Veeam.Initial Setup:Setup has always been simple. You add your host, a connection to a backup location and in a few clicks you’ve initiated your first backup. I’m simplifying it but if you compare it to most others, the setup takes a fraction of the time.Cost and Licensing Advice:If you have Exchange, Oracle, SQL, or a supported SAN, then I suggest getting at least an Enterprise edition. It’ll pay for itself in no time.Other Solutions Considered:We looked at Veritas NetBackup, ArcServe, Veritas Backup Exec, CommVault, and one other that has since gone out of business. The name eludes me.Other Advice:I suggest that you have another set of backups than just a deduping appliance that replicates offsite. This ‘second’ backup should be stored in a secure manner considering the news of backups being taken hostage by ransomware.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It is integrated with HPE storage solutions and it supports VM recovery. Valuable Features:It’s very simple to implement and use. It is agentless. It is integrated with HPE storage solutions (SAN and a deduplicated repository) and it supports instant VM recovery.Improvements to My Organization:We have significantly improved the restore process of single items, like an Exchange Mailbox with a very simple wizard-driven process.Room for Improvement:It requires a Windows Server, but it would be a good idea to have an appliance with no Microsoft license required. As of now, there’s no chance to backup NAS shares (CIFS/NFS).Use of Solution:I have known and used Veeam Backup and Replication from v6 in 2011.Stability Issues:There were no stability issues in my experience.Scalability Issues:There were some issues with repository scalability in legacy versions.Technical Support:The technical support team is professional and competent. I would give technical support a rating of 9/10.Previous Solutions:We used Symantec Backup Exec and CA Arcserve. We changed because there was a lack of features specific for a virtualization environment. Arcserve has a complex way to backup Exchange.Cost and Licensing Advice:The price is adequate for the quality of the product. There are several editions/licenses that start from basic functionality (Standard Edition) to the edition that includes maximum integration (Enterprise Plus). I would recommend considering at least the Enterprise Edition.Other Solutions Considered:We try to use both Symantec Backup Exec and CA Arcserve.Other Advice:Only consider the Availability Suite if you need to monitor your virtual environment within backup processes and you have nothing implemented on it.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:My company is a Reseller Silver Partner and Cloud Provider Silver partner.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It allows VM replication from one data center to another for DR. Valuable Features:Instant restore, file level restore, backup, copy/restore to/from cloud, VM replication from one data center to another for DR.Improvements to My Organization:Fast recovery, backup stored in 3 locations: locally, other location, and in the cloud (iLand).If our primary data center goes down, our VMs are replicated to another data center so we will be up and running in less than 15 minutes.Backup stored in multiple locations.Room for Improvement:The product works perfectly for us. After they added endpoint backup for physical servers the product is 10/10.Use of Solution:4 yearsDeployment Issues:Not at all, and we have a few Veeam servers in different locations.Stability Issues:No, just make sure you not run out of space, that's all.Scalability Issues:No.Technical Support:10, great customer service.Previous Solutions:ArcServe, Symantec. I had always problems with the backup until I switched to Veeam.First, it's agentless for your VMware or Hyper-V VMs, but you need to install an agent if you want to backup physical servers. Second, the backup just works and I get alerts when a backup fails. But the only time when the backup fails is when I run out of space.I don't need to worry about testing the backups because with SureBackup, Veeam is restoring the backup automatically and is checking if the restore works.Brilliant.Initial Setup:Very simple-- just download the product and go through the wizard.Implementation Team:In-house.Cost and Licensing Advice:Maybe Veeam is not the cheapest product, but it is the best backup solution I have ever used. If you want to sleep at the night, don't worry about your data , spend a few more $$ on the Veeam solution, and I guarantee you will love it.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It's provided us with a file-level recovery option and it's stable, efficient, and flexible. Valuable Features:The file-level recovery option has filled a gap in our system.Room for Improvement:* Remote management console* Physical server backupsUse of Solution:I've used it for about three or so years.Deployment Issues:No issues encountered.Stability Issues:The product has been 100% stable, but there are a few issues with backup jobs.Scalability Issues:No issues yet.Customer Service:I've not had to contact customer service.Technical Support:They have very efficient, problem-solving chaps.Previous Solutions:I was using Symantec, but it's not as flexible as Veeam if you talk about immediate recovery of file or a whole VM.Initial Setup:It's as simple as installing MS Office.Implementation Team:I was previously working as a project engineer with my company, implementing Veeam at many clients. I am now working as a Resident Engineer and IT Consultant outsourced from my original employer (implementation vendor). Both ways I have had good experiences with Veeam.Cost and Licensing Advice:Don’t waste your money on Symantec or other tools. Buy a license once for Veeam as it's a lifetime one and the support license can be renewed, as required, on a yearly basis.Other Solutions Considered:We also looked at Symantec Backup Exec.Other Advice:Just keep in mind its functionality because, as of now, it is limited to VMs. It's taking backup of physical machines as well, but only on a clone level.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has improved backup recovery time significantly Valuable Features:* Ease of use* ReliabilityImprovements to My Organization:It's improved backup recovery time significantly, and makes backup testing a breeze.Room for Improvement:I can't think of any.Use of Solution:I've used it for five years.Deployment Issues:No issues with deployment.Stability Issues:No issues with stability.Scalability Issues:No issues with stability.Customer Service:9/10.Technical Support:8/10.Previous Solutions:Used to use vRanger. Switched to Veeam as "it just works" as their slogan suggests.Initial Setup:Setup is straightforward. There are excellent installation and administration guides which help with this process.Implementation Team:We implemented it in-house.Other Solutions Considered:* vRanger* Backup ExecOther Advice:For backup of VMware environments, you cant really go wrong with Veeam.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from With WAN acceleration, we send less data through our WAN lines. The reporting tool shows the status of the infrastructure. Valuable Features:* The quality of compression and deduplication is better than other products.* The WAN acceleration allows us to send less data through our WAN lines.* The easiness of the suite.* The reporting tool, Veeam One, is very powerful and helps obtain a clear view of the infrastructure situation.Improvements to My Organization:Let me start by mentioning that, before Veeam, my company used to backup data with Microsoft Robocopy. Backup times now are more than ten times faster and the data to be moved is only a fraction.This behaviour has been improved with the new version, 9.5.Room for Improvement:Determining the space for the WAN acceleration server sometimes is hard, especially if you have many source sites for the data. I would like to have a kind of storage space calculator that gives me an estimate for the size of the WAN accelerator server we are creating; give it a list of VMs to be backed up.I am requesting this because the standard rules in the Veeam End User Guide often resulted in us making a wrong calculation, especially for the target WAN acceleration machine. The result was many failed backups due to "no more space" errors! And creating a VM that is "too big” wastes precious space (the opposite of what we want to achieve).Use of Solution:I have used Veeam Backup & Replication and Endpoint Backup for three years and the full suite for six months.Stability Issues:Usually the program works well and it's stable.Scalability Issues:I think the resource request (storage space) for the whole suite (usually on a complex environment) is slightly high, especially the WAN accelerators. In any case, it is pretty scalable.Technical Support:Technical support is 7/10. Sometimes, it asks for logs and keeps asking for information that sometimes is unnecessary. This causes it to take a long time to understand the real problem and to obtain the solution.Previous Solutions:I previously used Backup Exec, the Acronis suite and many others, but Veeam was clearly better; that is the reason why I switched.Initial Setup:We needed more than a month to set up a stable and working installation: first, because I did not know well some of the deep functions of the suite; and second, because to get the best results from Veeam, you need to build a complex network of machines.Cost and Licensing Advice:Pricing is a bit high from my experience and licensing can be improved; my company is a holding company and we had problems using licenses for sites around the world in the HQ server. (It's not allowed; we had to merge all the licenses into one big one.)Other Solutions Considered:We saw more than a 10% compression ratio compared to Acronis Backup 11.5 tested earlier. I did it in March 2016 with a sample of 20 virtual machines and helped me complete a thorough test between various candidates (Veeam and Acronis were the finalists).Based on my experiences with other backup software, we headed straight for this option.Other Advice:Do some (at least) high-level training for the suite: If you don't want to waste time with many attempts during the installation, the best option is to understand the fundamentals of the Veeam suite.My impression is that this suite is usually reliable and very powerful.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-01-24
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