Veeam reports good year in APAC

Regional virtualisation adoption said to prompt growth

Virtualisation backup and replication provider Veeam Software, says it has experienced strong year on year growth results for APAC.

In a statement, the company suggests that annual bookings revenue for 2012 grew at a faster pace in New Zealand than in other parts of the region.

The company saw a 69 percent increase in total revenue bookings in the full year 2012 in New Zealand, with new license revenue bookings growing by 52 percent over that time. The company states that it saw a particularly strong fourth quarter in New Zealand, increasing total revenues by 102 percent..

By comparison, annual bookings for the entire APAC region grew 67 percent.

The company did not release numbers to gauge the scale of the growth. According to the statement, Veeam's "accelerating cloud business" was a key driver.

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Eugene

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4,800 reasons why backup to disk alone is not good enough; see http://www.smh.com.au/technology/security/4800-aussie-sites-evaporate-after-hack-20110621-1gd1h.html -or-
http://www.zdnet.com/distribute-it-claims-evil-behind-hack-1339319324/ -or-
http://www.itnews.com.au/News/261195,distributeit-reveals-shared-server-data-loss.aspx
Distribute.IT had D2D2D disk-based backups according to its old web site at the time and its 4,800 customers lost their data forever - the backups data at the remote sites was apparently lost as well. Tape offers the certainty and security of an air-gap and off-site vaulted storage.
Backup product must offer granular (file-level) backups and restores to/from tape to be considered Enterprise Class is my bottom line.

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