Hyper-V Meets Veeam One
Things just seem to keep getting better and better for Hyper-V, which is basking in the glow of the Windows 8 Beta release, while it continues to find support in more and more products. A good example of this growing acceptance is the recent announcement from Veeam that it is extending support for Windows Server Hyper-V and Microsoft Hyper-V Server to include Veeam One, its SMB virtualization management offering.
Veeam One is targeted at IT pros in SMBs who are forced to deal with tight budgets and limited personnel resources. Veeam One with Hyper-V provides real-time monitoring, efficient resource allocation, virtual infrastructure documentation, and management reporting for performance, utilization and workload.
Mark Bowker, senior analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, has lent his name and comment to the Veeam-Microsoft offering, saying "Veeam One extends its value across a heterogeneous IT environment by leveraging existing skillsets, enabling IT to rapidly change or expand hypervisor platforms with a high degree of confidence."
The company says Veeam One v6 brings technology proven in 10,000 customer sites to Hyper-V, in a single solution based on Veeam Monitor, Veeam Reporter and Veeam Business View.
Posted by Bruce Hoard on 03/05/2012 at 12:48 PM