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Veritas recognised as a Leader by Gartner for the 14th consecutive time

Veritas recognised as a Leader by Gartner for the 14th consecutive time

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Veritas Technologies, a worldwide leader in enterprise data protection and software-defined storage, has announced that it has been positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions. This marks the 14th consecutive time that Veritas has been recognised as a Leader in the report.

Gartner’s evaluation criteria for vendors includes completeness of vision and ability to execute. As the backup and recovery market has hundreds of vendors, this report ‘provides analyses of execution and vision of leading backup and recovery vendors and solutions.’

“A total of 99% of the Fortune 100 trust Veritas to protect their data, simplify how they manage it and ensure the continuity of their business through our data protection and availability solutions,” said Deepak Mohan, Executive Vice President, Enterprise Data Protection and Compliance, Veritas.

“Gartner has recognised us as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions for the 14th time in a row. Considering Veritas protects more data across on premise, virtualised and cloud environments than any other data protection company.

“Veritas believes the world’s leading enterprise companies can be confident we will continue to provide them with innovative availability, protection and insights solutions to ride the technology disruptions in both today’s and tomorrow’s IT environments.”

According to the report, “Veritas NetBackup is a matured product that is proven in the most demanding environments, thus it is favoured by large organisations with a complex mix of legacy, traditional and modern workloads.”

  • Scalable data protection – proven scale in the most demanding environments with several customers deploying multiple petabytes and more than one thousand clients in a single environment. Scalable data protection gives organisations the confidence of recovering large environments in the face of ransomware, data loss or other threats to modern enterprises.
  • Automated, multi-cloud integration – supports a broad range of operating systems, hypervisors and relational databases, providing organisations unified data protection regardless of where they are on their cloud journey.
  • Extensive storage options – integrates with a wide range of storage arrays, object storage, public cloud targets and tape device vendors, ensuring seamless integration into heterogenous environments.

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