Territory Technology Solutions & Veeam provide and agentless backup and disaster recovery for virtualised and physical environments using Veeam Backup & Recovery paired with Veeam Cloud Connect.
Small to Large Companies face a number of important challenges when it comes to the protection of their virtual servers and critical business data:
Virtualisation sprawl is creating problems for deploying, monitoring and maintaining backups and Disaster Recovery Backup and recovery take too long, and with 24×7 operations & shrinking backup windows, business are at risk. A full site or datacenter recovery can often take weeks, Manual handling of backups can lead to human error or mechanical failure and unexpected downtime can have consequences, ranging from lost customers to legal liability.
Manual backups are obsolete technology, tapes are simply too expensive, difficult and impractical to maintain secure backup processes for local, remote and archival data protection or disaster recovery. And these problems are further compounded by the complexity of a virtualised architecture.
Territory Technology Solutions Veeam DR service provides fast, flexible, and reliable recovery of virtualised systems, applications and data. It unifies local on-site backup and off-site cloud replication in a single hybrid solution; increasing the value of backup for VMware, Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments and Physical Servers / Workstations.
The number one VM backup solution from Veeam now Avaialble from Territory Technology Solutions as a per month subsscription. Eliminate the complexity of managing backups for each individual guest server by protecting all VMs from the hypervisor level.
Avoid data loss through replication or simply backup faster and more frequently, recover a VM from a backup in a matter of minutes. Eliminate the need to babysit jobs or constantly tune job schedules
From one console, you can protect VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Physical Servers. Territory Technology Solutions provide access to VMs directly from a compressed and duplicated backup file on regular backup storage with offsite replication for complete recovery, even if the onsite backup appliance is destroyed.