IDG Contributor Network: Veeam Aims for Continuous Availability With Availability Suite V10

Veeam Software has been busy at its VeeamON user conference in New Orleans this week. During the event, the company talked about how it supports the “always on enterprise” and how it is helping enterprises support the transition to supporting the “digital life.”

The company’s new Veeam Availability Suite v10 is designed to, in the company’s words, “provide non-stop business continuity, digital transformation agility and analytics and visibility.”

Veeam Availability Suite v10

Here’s what the company has to say about this new version of its software:

This platform protects:

  • Physical servers and Network Attached Storage (NAS).
  • Tier-1 applications and mission-critical workloads with NEW Veeam CDP (continuous data protection), bringing recovery SLAs of seconds using continuous replication to the private or managed cloud.
  • Native object storage support, freeing up costly primary backup storage with policy-driven automated data management to reduce long-term retention and compliance costs. This includes broad cloud object storage support with Amazon S3, Amazon Glacier, Microsoft Azure Blob and any S3/Swift compatible storage.

The company goes on to describe what’s new:

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I have a question about pricing and availability of cloud computing, do you know what is suitable?

Question by : I have a question about pricing and availability of cloud computing, do you know what is suitable?
I am thinking about an optimal way for my server. I need a huge bandwidth (for multimedia) and also enough CPU resources (for encoding/decoding), that is public, it means both are very high. I don’t know if I should think about Amazon or something you suggestion. I want it to be a linux sever (I want a virtual server).
Can anyone help with this?
it is for entertainment, a kind of gaming service. I want to use C, or C++, and also some libraries, that are the reason I say this.
It is important, I want some thing, and good to know the different ways.

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Answer by David
First off, what are you doing with this multimedia server? Is it just going to be a data bank for videos and gaming? Is this for friends to use or cloud gaming?

Also, servers are very expensive costing around $ 2000 and more. As for the operating system, which linux OS do you plan to use? If you want virtual capabilities on your server, you need to use a bare metal supervisor like ESXi. It can get complicated and expensive for what you plan to do. Try researching a bit more on virtualization.

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