Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure is a backup and disaster recovery solution designed for Microsoft Azure systems. You can use Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure to do the following tasks:
- Create Azure VM image-level backups and cloud-native snapshots.
- Create Azure SQL database backups.
- Store backed-up data in Microsoft Azure storage accounts that are both cost-effective and long-term.
- Restore Azure SQL databases, Azure VMs, individual virtual drives, and guest OS files and folders in their entirety.
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform for designing, testing, and deploying modern apps in an agile and scalable manner. Although Microsoft is in charge of the infrastructure, the Shared Responsibility Model assures that data security remains your responsibility. Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v3 provides Azure-native, fully automated backup and recovery, allowing you to simply secure and manage all of your Azure data. Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure Free Edition provides FREE Azure backup and recovery for up to 10 Azure VMs, allowing you to safeguard your Azure apps and data cost-effectively and securely.
- Easy to use: Policy-based automation automates the production, retention, and lifespan of native snapshots, removing the need for manual processes, custom scripts, and agents.
- Quick and adaptable recovery: Near-zero RTOs from entire instances to individual files and folders is possible thanks to simple wizard-driven recovery options, as well as fast recovery out of Azure.
- Low-cost backup: Using a cost calculator, intelligent tiering to Azure storage classes, and compression, low-cost Azure backup may be achieved while meeting retention and compliance goals.
- Increased compliance and security: Azure-recommended best practices for protecting your data against ransomware, cyber threats, and bad actors include role-based access control, Azure Key Vault support, cross-subscription/region backup, and encryption.
- Cloud mobility: Veeam charges nothing for backing up, recovering, and migrating your files, application items, and instances between cloud, virtual, and physical environments.