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Now available: Veeam on IBM Cloud price reductions + new licensing options + free trial

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We are excited to announce that we have reduced the price of our existing Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus and Veeam Physical Agent solutions, as well as launched a new Veeam License, Veeam Backup and Replication.

The new prices and options are now available in our IBM Cloud Portal:

  • Veeam Availability Suite Enterprise Plus for vSphere & Hyper-V: $15 per VM, from $18 per VM.
    1. Includes Backup & Replication Enterprise Plus
    2. Includes Veeam One
  • Veeam Physical Agents for Windows & Linux: $18 per Physical Machine, from $20 per Physical Machine.
  • Veeam Backup and Replication Enterprise for vSphere & Hyper-V now launched for $11 per VM.

Through exposing our hypervisor and giving full bare-metal access, customers can utilize Veeam’s advanced capabilities, such as Instant VM Recovery, SureReplica, SureBackup, and many more features, with Veeam on IBM Cloud. This enables customers to consume “native Veeam,” as there are no technical limitations with IBM Cloud: customers get the same functionality, control, and security, as they do on-premises.

Furthermore, IBM Cloud provides our customers, with unlimited intra-cloud network backbone between IBM Cloud data centers, which allows the customer to transfer their data and applications to other IBM data centers without any cost. This capability enables multi-site connectivity, where customers can easily and securely transfer their data between their deployment sites, as well as, eliminates one of the most expensive elements of backup and disaster recovery.

Try Veeam on IBM Cloud for two-months free with our promotion code – FREEVEEAM, and if you have any questions, email me at jordan.shamir@ibm.com.

Visit us to learn more about our partnership with Veeam and the broader IBM Cloud on VMware Solutions portfolio.

*Note the differences between Veeam Availability Suite and Veeam Backup and Replication here.

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