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Veeam launches Backup & Replication v6

01 Dec 11

Virtual data centre solution provider Veeam has launched its Backup & Replication v6, which includes in its enhancements support for Microsoft Hyper-V. 


Ratmir Timashev, president and CEO of Veeam Software, says he is pleased to be bringing the software to Windows Server Hyper-V users.


"Veeam Backup & Replication is the number one backup solution on the market,” Timashev says, "currently protecting more than 2 million VMs.


"We are very excited to bring its powerful functionality to Windows Server Hyper-V users.”


The software also offers major enhancements in scalability and performance.


For a limited time, customers are being offered the chance to purchase the v6 software at the v5 price. The offer runs out on February 1 – go here for more.

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