Despite the fact that many companies now rely on virtualized or cloud‑based workloads, some physical servers still cannot be virtualized for various reasons. Same goes for laptops and workstations; many of these are remote and cannot be protected in their entirety by backup solutions that are built only for virtualized systems.
Thus, everyday occurrences like lapses in connectivity, hardware failures, file corruption, ransomware or even theft can leave an organization’s data at risk. Veeam® Backup & Replication™ solves these issues by providing a single solution that has multiple backup and recovery options for enterprises with heterogeneous environments.
In this paper, we’ll dive into some best practices for protecting physical servers and remote endpoints.
You’ll learn about:
- Where to look when choosing backup for physical workloads
- Main architectural concepts behind Veeam Backup & Replications and Veeam Agents
- Overview of deployment examples and management modes
- Protecting workstations
- And more!