Veeam entered the market over two years ago with Monitor, a performance analysis tool for VMware ESX.
The company is one of the few in the virtualization market that never received venture capital funding. Despite that, its product portfolio includes seven products (three of them are free of charge), its size surpasses 100 employees worldwide, and it even completed an acquisition (nWorks in June 2008).
With a R&D department in Russia and the other corporate offices in US, the company is ready to enter the European market, announcing the opening of its UK headquarter.
Thanks to its early product strategy, focused on releasing useful tools for daily maintenance of VMware infrastructures, Veeam is widely popular and its healthy status makes it a very interesting acquisition for bigger vendors.