Secure your Veeam data from an on-premises disaster or ransomware attack with highly performant cloud storage—at ⅕ the cost of AWS.
On-premises storage is limited, costly, and time-consuming to maintain. To ensure business continuity, Backblaze has partnered with Veeam to deliver high-performance, high-value cloud storage for your data.
Protect your cloud, virtual, and physical workloads with object lock for immutable ransomware protection—at no extra cost. As a Veeam Ready partner, Backblaze is easily enabled as your primary repository using the direct-to-cloud functionality or as your secondary repository using the Scale-Out Backup Repository.
At one-fifth the cost of AWS, Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage helps you maintain compliant 3-2-1-1-0 backups and/or archives for as long as needed.
Ensure business continuity with backups that won’t bankrupt.
Powerful backup + affordable storage = astonishingly easy data protection.
Back up and restore transparently and automatically from your Veeam console.
The hackers want to take out everything at once—immutability provides another line of defense. That’s where Backblaze comes into play.
Ransomware is a rapidly increasing risk that causes damages in the billions every year. By storing your Veeam data in Backblaze, you can protect your data with immutability via Object Lock. That means that nobody can modify that data—not a cybercriminal or anybody else. Restoring from an immutability-protected data backup makes a big difference in recovering from a ransomware attack.
Yes! The setup steps for Standard licenses are different from those for direct-to-cloud or Scale-out Backup Repository backups, but also very easy. Quickstart Guide for Standard License
There are never any minimum data requirements or minimum retention requirements when you keep your Veeam data backups in Backblaze. Keep 10GB or 100TB of data, and keep it for 30 days or 300—it’s up to you.
Yes, Backblaze B2 supports both direct-to-cloud backups, introduced by Veeam V12, as well as Scale-Out Backup Repository backups. You can use Backblaze B2 as either your primary or secondary repository, depending on your cloud strategy.
Veeam is a flexible backup platform—you have several choices on where to store your backup data. Before you choose a location to store your Veeam backups, keep scalability and affordability in mind. Veeam works with multiple cloud platforms including Backblaze.