If you are looking to obtain a backup & replication solution for your VMware Infrastructure to build your Disaster Recovery, then this comparison was meant to help you compare between two backup & replication software leaders for VMware vSphere PHD Virtual & Veeam which we have posted at Veeam Backup & Replication vs PHD Virtual Backup & Replication. This comparison compare the latest release of each product that was just announced right before VMworld 2012. The version that was utilized into this comparisons are as follow:
- Veeam Backup & Replication v6.1
- PHD Virtual Backup & Replication v6
Our team had cooperated with several other teams in pulling up this comparison. Every single item in the comparison had been tested and proved in lab. It took us a good while and effort to come with this comparison & we hope others will find it useful and appreciate it.
Although we had tried so hard to get every detail of the comparison to be right, we still can miss something as we are human over all. This post is in here for you to share what do you think of the comparison? Do you have a different experience with either of them? Are we missing an important fact or detail that we have to include? Do you not agree with any of it at all and can prove us wrong? If you think you got anything to add to it at all this is the place to do it. Just leave it in the comment and we will be right on it and try to verify it as soon as possible.
Thanks for sharing your opinion as its very important for us, though please don’t give us any sales facts. We are only looking for sounded facts, which can stand up in our labs. Please not as well we try to avoid including a future release features and stick to what is currently available to keep it real.
As usual we are getting active again after VMworld and we are hoping to update some of our others comparisons and post new ones so stay tuned and keep checking back. If you have a comparison in mind, then please feel free to share your request. We are eager to hear from you, so please leave us your comments below.