StoneFly Expands its Veeam Backup and Disaster Recovery into Microsoft Azure Government

Government agencies are especially encouraged to register for free trials in order to use a certified, easy to provision, reliable, secure, scalable and comprehensive disaster recovery solution.

StoneFly, Inc., the original pioneer of the iSCSI protocol, Virtual Storage Appliances, and hyperconverged storage solutions, has expanded its scalable cloud storage for Veeam into the Microsoft Azure Government cloud computing platform for new and existing Veeam customers.

Microsoft Azure for the government has been evolving for years in terms of security and compliance and is now offering unrivaled leadership through its commitment to certifications. Microsoft Azure is compliant with a number of agencies having stringent qualification and validation processes like CJIS, ECSP, FedRAMP, HIPA and IRS1075. In addition to having ATO from FISMA and FedRAMP, Microsoft Azure Government is the first and only hyper-scale cloud provider to meet state-by-state CJIS requirements for infrastructure and productivity in a unique and scalable way.

From a security perspective, Microsoft Azure Government is only accessible by government customers, partners that provide services to government and non-government/federally funded agencies that have the requirement to control data. StoneFly’s unique offerings for government requirements in Microsoft Azure Government include multiple specially designed datacenter locations for disaster recovery, physical management of the perimeter of the datacenter via video surveillance monitoring, and physical/logical network security of the datacenters.

Microsoft, Veeam, and StoneFly have partnered up to offer state-of-the-art backup and disaster recovery solutions for Commercial, Government, and Cloud Service providers. Veeam first teamed…

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