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Cloudian Announces Adoption of Brand New Veeam v10

by Michael Rink
Cloudian Veeam Integration

Today, Cloudian announced that it would be adopting Veeam’s just released version 10 Veeam Availability Suite. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Veeam’s release of v10 to general availability yesterday. Cloudian was founded in 2011 and primarily focuses on providing file and object storage software, although they recently spun off an edge AI-focused subsidiary.


Today, Cloudian announced that it would be adopting Veeam’s just released version 10 Veeam Availability Suite. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Veeam’s release of v10 to general availability yesterday. Cloudian was founded in 2011 and primarily focuses on providing file and object storage software, although they recently spun off an edge AI-focused subsidiary.

Cloudian’s HyperStore object storage already supports being targeted by Veeam as an on-premise backup. It’s still impressive that they’re providing support for the latest version so swiftly. Critically, the Cloudian solution will include support for S3 object locking. In addition to the Veeam provided object locking, Cloudian says their Cloudian-Veeam object lock solution will provide several important security features. The most important and unique of which is fast restores. Cloudian Hyperstore on-premise backups can be restored faster than public cloud services because they’re not subject to the same sort of slowdowns; everything that passes through the public internet is. Cloudian’s Hyperstore also offers an integrated firewall, RBAC/IAM access controls, and AES-256 server-side encryption for data at rest.

Existing features of Cloudian’s flagship Hyperstore product should be unaffected. These include the ability to deploy Cloudian nodes within your data center, at your DR site, or at remote offices – then control them in a single data fabric. Cloudian calls this ability to treat all fabric-connected Cloudian devices as one “Geo-Distributed. Hyperstore has also long provided customers with public cloud replication to assist with disaster recovery.

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