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Veeam FastSCP Now Used by More Than 120,000 VMware Professionals

More than 120,000 VMware professionals worldwide now use Veeam FastSCP to manage files and bulk copy virtual machines (VMs) quickly and efficiently, making it the most popular tool for VMware management. Today, Veeam Software, innovative provider of systems management tools for VMware virtual datacenter environments, released a maintenance version of its free software (Veeam FastSCP 3.0.2) that fully supports Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2.

“Veeam FastSCP has become the de facto standard for ESX file management,” explained Anton Gostev, Senior Product Manager at Veeam. “It is the simplest, fastest, and most reliable way to copy virtual machines, templates, ISO images and other files to, from and between data stores without compromising host performance or security. I personally use FastSCP every day to manage my test lab and simply cannot imagine my VMware experience without it.”

Srinivasan Subramanian, co-founder of Indience InfoSystems Pvt Ltd in India, said, “FastSCP is definitely fast. Our VMs are 200 to 300 gigs, which typically timed out other systems. FastSCP moves these big files reliably and much faster. Best of all, it’s a free product, and the support is as good as if I were a paying customer.”

In addition to providing quick, easy and reliable file management, Veeam FastSCP keeps ESXi hosts secure. It’s not necessary to put ESXi hosts into “unsupported” mode or to enable additional services that can impact security and stability, which is a distinct advantage over other SCP-based tools.

Veeam FastSCP is available standalone and as part of Veeam Backup & Replication, the #1 tool for VMware data protection that provides backup, near-continuous data protection (CDP), and advanced file management in a single, cohesive, easy-to-use tool.

Published Tuesday, February 09, 2010 3:51 PM by David Marshall
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