Cloud Field Day 12 has come and gone…and for the third time virtually, I had the pleasure of presenting to the delegates. This time around it was the first Hybrid Tech Field Day event, meaning some delegates and vendor presentations where done on-site in Palo Alto with other joining in virtually. Again, while it was a different kind of event due to the ongoing travel restrictions as we start to open up after the pandemic, the feedback has been positive. Regardless, it is a pleasure to be able to present to the delegates, those tuning in on the livestream and through the long tail of the TFD Online Video content. To recap in brief, we presented on our strongest, most complete stack of Cloud Technologies as we focused on new Service Provider features, Backup for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud as well as an update on how Kasten is fitting into the Veeam platform.

Well done to Stephen Foskett and GestaltIT for putting together #CFD12. Again, being the first hybrid event, we all felt it went well via Zoom and like has been the norm with the virtual events, we had the opportunity to spend time with the delegates in virtual breakout rooms after the presentation.

Veeam Recap:

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Veeam Session Breakdown:

Once again, we had the early slot on the final day Friday from 11am-1pm Eastern and presented with a focus on our Public Cloud products and how they tie into our Service Provider offerings as well as around our Kubernetes protection strategies. David started the day by giving an overview of the strong Veeam business, and some insights into what has happened so far in 2021.

Next up, I gave an update on the Service Provider Console v7, how this works for our Veeam Cloud Service Providers to build modular service offerings. I also gave a sneak peak into the new Self Service Restore portal capabilities in the upcoming release of Veeam Backup for Office 365 (v6).

Following on from that, we had Andrew Zhelezko demo updates across our Public Cloud backup products, covering AWS, Azure and GCP. David kicked things off by giving a Public Cloud strategy update focused in on workload mobility.

Finally, Michael talked about Kasten, this time with a focus on some of the community efforts that have been happening from Kasten around education of Kubernetes and tooling and projects that help with the ramping up on cloud-native technologies. He also highlighted plans for Kasten K10 4.5 and focus areas for the next releases of K10.

Recorded as part of Cloud Field Day 12 on November 4, 2021. Watch the entire presentation at… or visit or for more information.