Veeam reports 28% growth in Q3’2021 as enterprises increase cloud adoption and invest in modern data protection

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Veeam Software, the leader in backup, recovery and data management solutions that deliver Modern Data Protection, announced another quarter of double-digit growth with an annual recurring revenue (ARR) increase of 28% year-over-year (YoY) for Q3’21. With the fastest revenue growth YoY (25.3%) in the most recent IDC Semi-Annual Software Tracker for Data Replication & Protection 1H’21, Veeam’s momentum is being fueled by more than 20 new product releases and major feature updates this year, and is preparing for two more in Q4: Veeam Backup for Office 365 and Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator v5.

“As businesses struggle to thwart evolving cybersecurity threats and deal with unprecedented global and economic challenges, modern data protection continues to be the golden ticket keeping enterprises secure and driving sustainable business continuity,” said William H. Largent, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the Board at Veeam. “With the market average YoY growth at just +2.9% for data replication and protection, our 15th consecutive quarter of double-digit growth is proof that Veeam’s solutions continue to meet and exceed customer expectations, helping businesses across the globe meet operational objectives, while protecting against growing ransomware attacks. This year, we’re also excited to celebrate our 15th ‘birthday’ in October, as we continue to lead the market for backup, recovery and data management. It’s been an amazing 15 years; here’s to the next 15…and beyond.”

“Q3’2021 proves to be a true milestone for Veeam in EMEA, with a 31% YoY increase in ARR. This development is driven by a dedicated and talented EMEA team that strives for excellence and effectiveness in everything we do,” said Daniel Fried, General Manager & Senior Vice President, EMEA, and Worldwide Channels at Veeam. “Customers ask for capabilities that help resolve their digital transformation and modern data protection challenges at once. The most recent IDC Semi-Annual Software Tracker for Data Replication & Protection 1H’21 positions Veeam as the #1 Data Replication and Protection vendor in EMEA. We are thrilled to be recognized, together with our outstanding ecosystem of specialized partners, as we solidify ourselves as the go-to solution and service provider across cloud, virtual, SaaS, Kubernetes and physical environments.”

Q3 2021 Highlights

  • More than 300,000 users have downloaded Veeam Backup & Replication™ v11 since its launch in Q1. Released as the most advanced data protection solution for cloud, virtual, physical, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Kubernetes workloads, V11 now enables organizations to accelerate cloud adoption by ensuring data is reliably secured, protected and managed from a single console.
  • Veeam cloud-native data protection reported more than 350% growth YoY in Q3’21. New releases of Veeam Backup for AWS v4, Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure v3, and Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform v2 are now integrated directly into Veeam Backup & Replication v11a.
  • Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 reported 73% growth YoY in Q3’21. The #1 backup and recovery solution for Office 365 enables users to securely backup to any location, including on premises, in a hyperscale cloud, or with a service provider.
  • Veeam‘s single platform is resonating with enterprise customers resulting in +268% bookings growth YoY in transactions of more than $1 million.
  • Veeam Universal License (VUL), the industry’s first portable license that offers a simple, flexible “per workload” subscription for protecting all workloads across on-premises and hybrid/multi-cloud environments, accounted for nearly 3/4 of net new core transactions in Q3, with Veeam’s subscription product offerings reporting 64% growth YoY.
  • Primary storage product line integrations with Veeam have now increased to 86 with even greater integration support for HPE Alletra 6000, HPE Alletra 9000, HPE XP8, Dell EMC PowerMax and Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP), furthering the scope of storage integrations and hardware-agnostic options.
  • In the most recent IDC Semi-Annual Software Tracker for Data Replication & Protection 1H’21, Veeam had the fastest revenue growth YoY (25.3%) among the top five vendors, all other vendors combined, and in overall market average. Veeam’s growth is more than double the nearest competitor, is firmly cemented as the #2 vendor worldwide, and stands tall as #1 provider in both EMEA and LATAM in overall revenue growth and market share.
  • Veeam now counts 81% of the Fortune 500 and 69% of the Global 2000 as customers. New Q3 advocates include:Aboriginal Peoples TV NetworkAjuntament de Vilafranca del PenedèsCovenco Recovery ServicesDiamond GroupEssilor AmeraFameccanica GroupFujifilm UKLembaga Lebuhraya MalaysiaLiverpool John Moores UniversityMaintainer Corporation of Iowa, Inc.Mondragon UnibertsitateaParul UniversityQatar Engineering & Construction CompanyQingdao Huanghai Pharmaceutical Co. LtdSwietelsky and TRC Construction Public Company Limited.

 

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