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Veaam says it's very attractive but isn't selling itself

Veeam has denied it is for sale, but not that it could be bought. The Register last week heard credible whispers to the effect that HPE fancies acquiring Veeam. Now Veeam has responded with a post by president and COO Peter McKay in which he says “Over the past few days, several media articles have circulated across the globe …
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Is that a Veeam in HPE's eye? IT giant may gobble backup biz

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is interested in buying Veeam, sources tell us. This sounds like speculation because it would be such a good acquisition for HPE – giving it the world’s leading independent backup software company and being, in a software sense, the equivalent of EMC buying Data Domain. However, HPE has recently …
Chris Mellor, 30 Mar 2017
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Cisco and pals reveal backup bundles for Borg's slow-moving converged rigs

Cisco's pals are excited that The Borg has signed them up for new data protection bundles. Late last week CommVault scored with a reference platform to protect data on the Cisco/Pure just-like-FlexPod-but-not-with-NetApp FlashStack platform. A few days earlier Veeam scored on the HyperFlex platform, Cisco's look-we-can-do- …
Simon Sharwood, 13 Mar 2017
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We're building a wall and the over-30TB market is going to pay for it

Interview After our relatively crude attempt to segment the backup market, ExaGrid CEO Bill Andrews got in touch wanting to talk about their way of divvying up the market. What he described seemed a neat enough way of doing it, and far better than our three-group attempt. Bill is a say-it-as-he-sees-it guy who deals with …
Chris Mellor, 31 Jan 2017
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Toss your day job. Start a backup company. Sorted

Analysis A conversation with Barracuda CEO BJ Jenkins revealed a company whose customers are heading steadily towards the cloud – where the full stack approaches of Dell, HPE and others can’t hold sway – and where Barracuda, natch, thinks it can grow and grow. As a reminder, the company reported revenues of around $90m in its latest …
Chris Mellor, 26 Jan 2017
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Veeam vaunts its va-va-voom as 2016 revenues unveiled

It's news but kind of expected: Veeam has seen almost 30 per cent year-on-year growth in its final 2016 quarter, and full-year revenues of $607.4m. The stats keep on coming: 230,000 customers worldwide: Veeam added close to 50,000 total paid customers in 2016, keeping pace with the historical average of approximately 4,000 …
Chris Mellor, 17 Jan 2017

Veeam kicks Symantec's ass over unpatentable patents

Veeam has defeated two four-year-old legal challenges from Symantec, initiated before Symantec split from Veritas and its data protection software. Symantec claimed Veeam was infringing Symantec patents back in 2012. The big bad S referred to several patents in its claims: An '086 patent refers to a virtual machine backup …
Chris Mellor, 22 Nov 2016
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ExaGrid, Pure, and Veeam want IT to march to their drumbeat

Flash array supplier Pure Storage and disk-based backup vendor ExaGrid want users to have Veeam backup software protect FlashArray data with ExaGrid's arrays. So Pure Storage and ExaGrid, in collaboration with Veeam, have produced a 50-page Reference Architecture document entitled "Advanced PureStorage FlashArray Data …
Chris Mellor, 22 Nov 2016
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Veeam ponders hyperconverged data protection play

Veeam is pondering a product to protect data stored inside hyperconverged systems, the company's new president and chief operating officer Peter McKay tells The Register. McKay is visiting Australia for VMware's “vForum” mini-gabfest and dropped in at Vulture South for a chat before the day. He said the company wants more …
Simon Sharwood, 10 Nov 2016
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Veeam: You know what's not a disaster? Our software mega-update

The backup and disaster recovery firm Veeam has announced an updated Availability Suit, and the Veeam Availability Platform for the Hybrid Cloud. It's a bundle of VAS, VAL, VAM, VAO, VAC and VCC, as you will see. VAS - Veeam Availability Suite for virtualised servers* VAL - Veeam Agent for Linux for public clouds and …
Chris Mellor, 23 Aug 2016
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Veeam poster boy and CEO Ratmir Timashev steps down

It's all change at the top of virtual server backup biz Veeam: Co-founder and current chief Ratmir Timashev is stepping back from day-to-day ops by letting exec veep William Largent grab the controls. Veeam said co-founders Andrei Baronov and Timashev, who becomes president, will remain "strategic" to the company but this will …
Chris Mellor, 29 Jun 2016

Swiss rolls into HPE: Micro-Veeam clone Trilead gobbled

HPE has bought Switzerland-based Trilead, according to Trilead's home page. Trilead's VM Explorer is a backup product for VMware's ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V users. It comes in Free, Pro (£520.00 / US$790), and Enterprise (£990.00 / US$1,460) editions. The latest release introduced automatic backup testing, cloud backup, a …
Chris Mellor, 5 Feb 2016
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See that fist punching through the clouds? That's Veeam's, that is

You've got to have sympathy for Veeam's competitors. Ratmir Timashev's storage upstart pulled off another slam dunk quarter to close 2015. As Barracuda looks for a sale, Seagate sells off EVault, and Veritas flails helplessly, Veeam rockets on, telling everybody it has: A 22 per cent increase in total bookings revenue to $ …
Chris Mellor, 2 Feb 2016

Zes, zir, zank you, zir: Zerto zucks in 50 zillion zucks in zenture zapital

+Comment Startup Zerto has picked up $50m in a fifth round of funding. Zerto's main product is Zerto Virtual Replication which protects, migrates and recovers applications in cloud and private virtualized data centers; think of it, crudely, as the Veeam of replication. It also has a Cloud Continuity Platform to protect and move …
Chris Mellor, 13 Jan 2016
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Rubrik's cube: Storage firm founder drenches us in upstart Kool-Aid

Comment The intellectual firepower at the top of Rubrik’s founding engineering team is exceeded only by the relentless promotion of the company, its founders, engineers and prospects by CEO Bipul Sinha, a VC partner. We met Rubrik during a Silicon Valley IT press tour in December 2015. After drinking coffee and enjoying doughnuts ( …
Chris Mellor, 5 Jan 2016
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Commvault’s Bob Hammer has his head in the clouds. Actually, that's a good thing

Analysis Big changes, and a return to a financially positive state of affairs, are being promised by Commvault’s Bob Hammer, a man who has led, chaired, and presided over events since 1998, with cloud storage developments prompting a new way of thinking. Until 2003, Hammer was not full time in any of those roles stated above, being a …
Chris Mellor, 1 Dec 2015
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Veeam's virtual virtuosity gets more customers by the balls

One of these days Veeam is going to stop growing. Sadly, for its competitors that day appears not to be today. For its latest quarter Ratmir Timashev's company saw revenues grow 17 per cent compared to this time last year. Within that there was 49 per cent revenue growth for all editions of Veeam Availability Suite, with 86 …
Chris Mellor, 2 Nov 2015
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CommVault cries out in revenue pain as profits slam into reverse

CommVault's second quarter saw a deepening loss and continued revenue decline, putting the pressure to perform on its new software. Days after the CommVault Data Platform, the rebranded Simpana, was launched, CommVault's quarterly results showed the need for it and its hoped-for revenue pick-me-up properties. Revenues of $140 …
Chris Mellor, 27 Oct 2015

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