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Veeam’s Ratmir Timashev On Public Cloud Backlash, Office 365 Growth And ‘Aggressive’ Acquisition Strategy

‘Customers think that Microsoft backs up their data. Microsoft does not back up their data. You’re responsible. If the virus gets into your email, Microsoft is not responsible. Office 365 right now is a big market for us,’ says Veeam co-founder Ratmir Timashev in an interview with CRN.

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How tough is it to get out of AWS and Azure?

Extremely tough. Everything is designed for you to consume, consume and consume. Then taking the data back is expensive. It’s zero expensive to put the data in. It’s extremely expensive to take that data out. Veeam provides our Cloud Mobility, where we can take your AWS workload, backup on-premise and convert it to VMware, Azure or to really anything.

Are you seeing public cloud backlash from customers where the pendulum is swinging back to on-premise?

Totally. Today, lots of customers are thinking, ‘How do I move some data from public cloud back to on-premise?’ Because public cloud is expensive and complex. There has to be a balance and there has to be freedom. Veeam provides that freedom because we are hardware- and cloud-agnostic. We’re in the middle. We move the data for backup, compliance and for governance. Customers use Azure and AWS for test and development, but test and development at some point become mission-critical. At that point, they start to think, ‘How do I bring my mission-critical [data] back on-premise?’

 
 
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