Otava Launches New Suite of Veeam-Powered Cloud Backup Solutions

Otava, a provider of secure, compliant hybrid cloud solution provider for enterprises and channel partners, has announced it has expanded its Veeam-powered offerings with a new suite of Veeam Availability Suite cloud-backup solutions which give its customers greater flexibility and control over their backup and disaster recovery environments.

Three new solutions have been added to the Otava portfolio which will help its clients and partners manage all of their cloud backups through a single console. The three new additions are: Otava Cloud Connect, Otava-Managed Cloud Backup, and Self-Managed Cloud Backup.

Otava Cloud Connect can be used as a primary or secondary data repository, irrespective of where data resides. This cloud backup solution protects against data loss in the event of a ransomware attack or other malicious cyberattack. The solution incorporates Veeam insider Protection and creates a 7-day backup window with an extra copy of the user’s data which can be used if data is remotely wiped.

Otava-Managed Cloud Backup helps businesses protect mission-critical data and focus of their business rather than managing backup consoles and avoid the OPEX overhead. The Self-Managed Cloud Backup is the ideal choice for service providers that want to offer cloud backup and ransomware recovery services to their customers. The solution is available in white label form and gives single-pane-of-glass visibility into all backup processes.

“As a rapidly growing Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partner,  Otava integrates Veeam-powered availability solutions into their secure and compliant cloud offering, enabling them  to meet the diverse needs of their  enterprise and channel customers,” said Matt Kalmenson, Vice President, Service & Cloud Provider Sales, Americas at Veeam. “We’re looking forward to strengthening our partnership and enabling our joint customers to stay fully operational and protected.”

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.