Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows is a physical and virtual machine data protection and disaster recovery solution. Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows can cover several sorts of computers and devices, including desktops, laptops, and tablets. The solution is compatible with Windows workstations, real servers, and virtual machines. What is Microsoft Veeam? Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows is available in both standalone and managed modes. Veeam Agent has varied features and limits depending on the mode.
Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows includes a number of data-protection capabilities. You may:
- Create an ISO file with the Veeam Recovery Media on disk and save it to an external hard drive, USB flash drive, CD/DVD/BD, or CD/DVD/BD.
- Back up a full system image, particular computer volumes, or individual folders containing files. Backups can be kept on an external hard drive, a network shared folder, object storage, a Veeam backup repository, or a Veeam Cloud Connect repository.
In the event of a calamity, the following restoration operations are available:
- To diagnose and resolve issues, boot the operating system from the Veeam Recovery Media and utilize Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows and normal Microsoft Windows tools.
- Carry out bare metal restoration.
- Restore required data from backups to its original or new location.
Veeam Backup & Replication is integrated with Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows. Backup administrators who use Veeam Backup & Replication may execute sophisticated operations with Veeam Agent backups, such as data restoration tasks using Veeam Agent backups and managing Veeam Agent backup jobs or backups made with these jobs.
How Veeam safeguards corporate data
Companies rely on specific technologies to guarantee they fulfill today’s business requirements as digital transformation grows throughout the global business environment. Veeam is a simple, dependable solution for protecting these technical systems and their data, ensuring that enterprises can continue to satisfy the demands of their customers and employees. Cloud-based solutions and third-party software (SaaS) are employed to meet these demands, but they increase risk by expanding the number of possible endpoints. The greater our reliance on these solutions, the more complicated the data environment gets, raising security concerns. Backing up data reduces risk and allows for rapid catastrophe recovery.