Veeam Cloud Connect - Grundbaustein
This is the basic building block for your Veeam Cloud Connect. With this module you get the following features:
- One physical or virtual machine
- 100 GB hard disk space in a redundant storage infrastructure with a RAID 6
- 100 Mbit/s bandwidth in the autonomous system of EnBITCon GmbH, which is connected via several peering partners.
- Support by EnBITCon GmbH during normal office hours - Guaranteed response times can be secured by concluding a maintenance framework agreement.
Veeam Cloud Connect - zusätzlicher physikalischer Server
This add-on unlocks the backup of an additional physical machine. Due to Veeam's licensing policy, we have to do machine-by-machine billing here.
Veeam Cloud Connect - zusätzlicher Festplattenspeicher
This add-on unlocks an additional 100 GB of disk space for your backups. How much disk space you need depends on the type and scope of your backup strategy. The disk space is provided in a redundant storage infrastructure with a RAID 6.
Veeam Cloud Connect - Traffic Upgrade
This add-on entitles you to use the backup infrastructure with a bandwidth of 200 Mbit/s. EnBITCon operates its own autonomous system here with several peering partners in order to be able to provide the necessary bandwidth and fail-safety.
Your Veeam Cloud Connect in 4 simple steps
Communication of necessary information
In order to set up your Veeam Cloud Connect backup, an initial transfer of important information is required. Among other things, data about the number of VMs, the backup strategy, the number of copies and the storage space required are requested.
Setting up your personal Veeam Cloud Connect instance
After submitting the required information, your personal Veeam Cloud Connect instance will be set up by a certified EnBITCon employee. The backup server itself is placed in a DSGVO-compliant data centre in Cologne.
Initial set-up by the client
After the setup has been completed by an EnBITCon technician, you will receive a welcome email from us. The next step is to create a backup copy job in your Veeam console and start the initial copy process.
You now have a backup copy in the cloud!
From now on, you have a backup of the backup in the cloud.