has announced a partnership with Information Technology company Veeam Software (Veeam). Established in 1994, Atlantic.Net offers a platform and services that aid the migration of Windows workloads to the cloud. The company has head offices in Orlando, Florida, United States. It offers HIPAA-compliant services that include include cloud, dedicated server, ecommerce, database, storage, disaster recovery services and managed hosting. Atlantic.Net’s partnership with Veeam is designed to enhance critical data protection through the extension of disaster recovery and business continuity tools.
Veeam is “the leader in intelligent data management for the hyper-available enterprise”. With headquarters in Baar, Switzerland, the company was established in 2006. It has “more than 300K customers worldwide, 55K channel partners”, and “Cisco, HPE, and NetApp as exclusive resellers”. To name but a few, its services include data protection and management, backup and recovery, and ‘Virtual Environment Management’. Atlantic.Net will become a registered Veeam Cloud and Service Provider (VCSP) program partner, meaning its customers will be able to access Veeam’s solutions.
"Atlantic.Net's partnership with Veeam enhances the overall security of our clients' information in the event of data loss or disaster recovery. In addition to our current backup and recovery offerings, we are now able to leverage Veeam's intelligent data management capabilities," explained Atlantic.Net’s CEO, Marty Puranik. "It's important that we ensure the continued availability of our clients' most valuable assets. Working alongside Veeam will further solidify our position as a secure hosting leader."
"We're thrilled to welcome Atlantic.Net to our VCSP partner program," added Veeam’s Vice President, Service and Cloud Provider Sales, Matt Kalmenson. "We're confident in their ability to deliver Veeam–powered solutions to enable their customers to meet the challenging data protection and availability demands of today's digital transformation era." Do you know of any other companies involved in new partnerships? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.