2016 Veeam Availability Report

Can you afford the $16M loss?

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The 2016 Veeam Availability Report, gathering insight from 1,140 senior IT decision makers (ITDMs) across 24 countries, clearly shows that the needs of the Always-On Enterprise™ are not being met, and that enterprises need to make availability a strategic priority or risk up to $16 million each year in lost revenue.

Key Findings compared to 2014 results:

  • Increase in unplanned downtime:
    • 1.4 to 1.9 hours for mission-critical applications
    • 4.0 to 5.8 hours for non-mission-critical applications
  • The average recovery time objective (RTO) for mission-critical applications is 3.0 hours vs service level agreements (SLAs) requiring 1.6 hours. Similarly, current recovery point objective (RPO) is 4.2 hours, but should ideally be 2.9 hours.
  • Annual downtime cost has risen a staggering $6M within a 12 month period

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Since our last study, the number of annual unplanned downtime events has increased (from 13 to 15) and they are also lasting longer and taking a far greater amount of time to recover. In today’s economy, where speed and reliability are paramount, this is unacceptable. If this trend continues, I fear for the companies we surveyed.

— Ratmir Timashev,
CEO at Veeam

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