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Veritas Extends Cloud Capabilities Across Its Platform

Veritas Technologies, a global leader in data protection, availability and insights, is today announcing major updates to its Enterprise Data Services Platform to provide customers with a single platform for all of their cloud environment use cases. Today’s advancements include the acquisition of HubStor to enable powerful enterprise Backup as a Service capabilities. Veritas is also launching NetBackup™ 9 with significant new features that simplify operations and provide customers with flexibility and choice for deployment across edge, core and cloud.\

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With today’s announcements, Veritas is further cementing its position as the leader in data protection, availability and insights across the multi-cloud. Its Enterprise Data Services Platform supports over 800 different data sources, over 100 different operating systems, more than 1,400 storage targets, and more than 60 different cloud platforms.

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Acquisition of HubStor

The acquisition of HubStor enables expanded protection for a variety of SaaS-based applications, including Microsoft 365, Slack, Box and Google Workspace. HubStor is built on a modern API-first architecture that provides a clear path for integration with the unified Enterprise Data Services Platform to simplify operations and reduce risk as part of a holistic data protection strategy.

HubStor has been developed to overcome some of the biggest barriers to cloud data protection faced by enterprises. It is designed from the ground up to meet the high performance and scalability demands needed to protect, manage and restore enterprise data sets. The integration of HubStor technology into the Veritas portfolio will provide customers with a SaaS backup solution that lets them:

1. Customize and tailor configurations to a highly granular level – even down to individual items.

2. Recover data through a simplified self-service portal for end-users.

3. Comply with data sovereignty requirements with access to data center locations globally.

4. Discover insights on their backup environment through dashboards and reporting.

HubStor’s technology harnesses the power of Microsoft Azure, giving customers access to the Azure platform’s global footprint for data sovereignty and replication needs, the ability to leverage other Azure services, and the option to use their own Azure subscription.

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