Veeam Cloud Connect Primary Use Case

reviewer1053252
Sr. Product Manager - Mcafee at a wholesaler/distributor with 10,001+ employees
I am a research consultant and my organization provides various solutions to the market. I work with a variety of solutions, although currently, Veeam is one of the ones that I am focused on. Basically, we get a lot of inquiries, whether it be from our partners or from end-users. They would like to backup their Office 365. They would like to inquire about how to do so and what are the prerequisites, what exactly is required. Generally speaking, the biggest concern is how much storage is needed to store backups. Every company has a different backup policy, different RPOs, different retension policies. We help them in determining how much storage they're going to need. That's basically it. That's how we deal with it. View full review »
reviewer1053252
Sr. Product Manager - Mcafee at a wholesaler/distributor with 10,001+ employees
The most common use case is for service providers. There is one use case for enterprise and for big corporations with distributed architecture. There are cloud service providers or local service providers who provide backup as a service and we are a service for them. Veeam Cloud Connect is just a platform we use to enable partners to use these services. It is based on the same model that we use to install our regular Veeam backup replication set. It is just a matter of a license difference: you apply a different license and all the different options become available. In our case, what it does is establish an fserve connection to the internet, and then any client using Veeam software can configure it. They get a username password in a domain or a public IP and then just configure it and use it to make a backup copy of data. View full review »
reviewer1286382
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We primarily use Veeam Cloud Connect to provide Veeam customers, who do not have a secondary site of their own, a way to replicate their backup data to a secure off-site location. We have a multi-tenant Veeam Cloud Connect infrastructure to receive the customer's backup data which is then stored onto our own cloud platform. Veeam Cloud Connect also allows us to expand this service and provide customers with Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) if they need shorter RTOs. View full review »
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Nivendran NAir
Senior Systems Engineer - Team Lead at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our primary use case is for clients that are offsite and have Veeam installed and need to move their backups to a secondary location, which is our data center. We use Cloud Connect for that and we are partners of Veeam. View full review »
Serge Schepers
Solution Consultant & System Engineer at a tech company with 201-500 employees
We primarily use the solution as an off-site back-up. The backup copy of data from our organization lands on Cloud Connect in our private cloud instead of us using a second site. View full review »
reviewer1201305
IT Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We primarily use the solution as a back up for some clients. View full review »
Ibrahim Hasan
Founder at BetaIT
I am a reseller. My primary use case is to sell to thousands of users. View full review »
reviewer1264488
System Engineer at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Our primary use case is for back up. We have one medium enterprise client. We're a partner with Veeam. View full review »
reviewer1288539
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We use this solution for offsite backup. View full review »
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