Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual Tape Library:
Deploy Using Local Storage

StarWind Virtual Tape Library (VTL) is a backup storage solution that eliminates the need for physical tapes by emulating industry-standard tape hardware and keeping all data on the disks. It is designed for companies that either look to get rid of physical tapes completely or are willing to accelerate the backup process and add an extra level of data protection. StarWind VTL moves backup sets to local storage, thereby making them available offsite and provides your company with a resilient disaster recovery strategy. Find out from this guide how to deploy and configure StarWind VTL using local storage.

Technical Paper: StarWind Virtual Tape Library:
Deploy Using Cloud Storage

StarWind Virtual Tape Library is an effective alternative to physical tape libraries allowing to keep data in virtual libraries with public cloud and object storage tiers. Find out from this technical paper how to deploy the solution, integrate it with your backup software, and set up cloud replication.

Webinar: Extend tape-based data to Microsoft Azure with Veeam & StarWind

Published: July 25, 2018

Organizations are still using tape for a variety of reasons, but many want to take advantage of the cloud for their tape backups in order to maintain business continuity and unlock enhanced reliability and simplicity. Veeam® Backup & Replication™ customers can leverage a seamless integration with StarWind to get their virtual tape library backups off site and into Microsoft Azure — delivering fast backup, granular recovery and huge cost savings, with no change to the existing backup infrastructure.

White Paper: StarWind Cloud VTL for AWS and Veeam

The document provides general information on StarWind Cloud VTL for AWS and Veeam delivering effortless integration of Amazon S3 and Glacier cloud storage tier into any backup infrastructure. StarWind Cloud VTL significantly reduces backup costs and enhances the 3-2-1 backup rule by replacing expensive local storage with cost-efficient “cold” object storage.