Yesterday, August 1st, Veeam released the results about its growth for Q2 2012.
Veeam, founded in 2006, is a VMware Technology Alliance Partner and member of the VMware Ready Management program, providing software for managing VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments.
Among the spotlights of what happened during the second quarter, Veeam gained more than 6.000 new customers, for a total of over 43.000, the company had 12.000 customers two years ago, in Q2 2010.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Customers – Veeam added more than 6,000 new customers during the quarter, increasing the total number of customers to more than 43,000.
- Awards – Veeam continued its award-winning streak during the second quarter. Notable wins included:
- Microsoft Management and Virtualization Partner of the Year for 2012, recognized for providing outstanding solutions in management and virtualization.
- “Editors’ Choice” award at the 2012 Storage Awards sponsored by Storage Magazine.
- “Rising Star” Silver medal during the European Global Technology Distribution Council Summit
- Winner in the Backup and Recovery category of the VirtualizationAdmin.com Readers’ Choice awards.
- Products – Veeam introduced several new products during Q2, including:
- Backup Free Edition for VMware and Hyper-V, bringing the new VeeamZIP capability for ad-hoc backups, Instant File-Level Recovery and more – all available at no cost. Backup Free Edition is the successor to Veeam FastSCP, an extremely popular free utility with more than 150,000 users worldwide.
- Backup & Replication v6.1, offering VeeamZIP functionality and extending Veeam’s patent-pending vPower® technology – as well as Instant VM Recovery – to Hyper-V. vPower runs a VM directly from a compressed and deduplicated backup file on regular backup storage.
- Veeam ONE v6, providing powerful and easy-to-use monitoring and reporting for VMware and Hyper-V environments. Veeam ONE provides complete visibility of the virtual infrastructure and affordably delivers the capabilities that matter most to virtualization administrators