After many years thinking about writing one, and many years never being able to do so, I was finally able to write a technical book. Topic? Veeam Cloud Connect.
I’m moving internally in Veeam from Evangelist in the Technical Product Marketing to the EMEA Pre-Sales team as a Cloud Architect.
Netflix decided in 2008 that its new business model would have been the complete consumption of public cloud, specifically AWS. It took 8 years to the leader in Video Streaming to complete the migration of its services into AWS, and now Netflix doesn’t run any significant workload in its own premises.
Latest news about telecommunication companies and their struggles against giant cloud service providers show how the war for the public cloud is at its peak, and we are starting to see the first victims.
If you want to learn how Veeam Cloud Connect uses encryption to protect and secure communications over an unsecure channel like the Internet, this video I recorded is for you.
One of the fastest growing business in the service provider space is with any doubt BaaS: Backup as a Service. but for enterprises and mid-market customers to become an effective solution, these storage systems needs to stop being a simply sync&share solutions, and start to incorporate compute capabilities.