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Veeam Program Hits 1,000 Partners

Virtualization tools vendor Veeam Software reached a milestone for its partner program this month. The 18-month-old Veeam ProPartner Service Provider (PSP) program now has more than 1,000 cloud and service providers, the Columbus, Ohio-based company announced on Tuesday.

The 1,000 PSP members are part of a Veeam partner community that also includes 3,000 resellers and dozens of distributors worldwide, according to the company.

"Cloud and service providers partner with Veeam for three main reasons: to gain a competitive advantage in the industry, protect all virtual machines (VMs) in the hosted environment with a single solution and increase revenue with additional services," Mike Waguespack, director of emerging market development and global hosting for Veeam Software, said in a statement.

Veeam specializes in VMware virtual machine backup and replication, and its management tools enable optimization, management, monitoring and reporting on virtual machines in not only VMware environments but also with Microsoft System Center and HP Operations Manager.

 

Posted by Scott Bekker on October 04, 2011


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