We have had great responses from Ignite attendees all these years, but this time the number of people we have met has been staggering.
From IT managers, administrators, CTOs, CIOs to freelance service providers – our team had a conversation with every one of them across small, mid-sized businesses to enterprise organizations.
Most of the users want a single point of control for their mixed environment – virtual, physical and cloud. With organizations kicking in their hybrid cloud strategy along with increased virtualized data centers, having a single solution that can protect them from data loss and provide disaster recovery options will be hugely beneficial in terms of manageability and efficiency.
Here is a look at how our product, Vembu BDR Suite, can address diverse IT needs:
Vembu BDR Suite supports VMware Backup and Replication, Host-level Hyper-V Backup, Disk-Image Backup for physical Windows Servers, Workstations, and cloud workloads. Our offerings also include cloud-to-cloud backup solutions to protect user data hosted in Office 365 & G-Suite.
Considering it is a Microsoft event, Office 365 backup and Hyper-V Backup caught people’s eye. They were excited when our team discussed Vembu BDR Suite roadmap which includes an on-premise backup for your Office 365 user accounts.
We introduced support for Hyper-V cluster backup in our previous update. It has been well-received by our customers across 100+ countries. They can back up their VMs residing on clusters and easily move virtual machines between cluster hosts without impacting the backups.
While users look for the latest and most efficient features to protect their data, pricing still remains an important deciding factor. To help SMBs with varying backup requirements and tight IT budget, we have:
Vembu Free Edition: Protect unlimited VMs, physical servers, and workstations at free of cost. Get full-featured backup support for up to 10 VMs and basic features for the rest.
Vembu BDR Essentials: Offers enterprise-level features to protect your virtual environment (VMware & Hyper-V – having up to 10 CPU sockets or 100 VMs) with limited spending.
With events lined up one after the other, this one was yet another success for us. Thank you for dropping by our booth at Ignite.
If you missed us here, you can next catch us at VMUG events in Portland and Cincinnati in December.