Scality ARTESCA Qualified As Veeam Ready Object With Immutability

With this certification, both the ARTESCA and RING products are now ransomware protection-enabled.

Ransomware volumes have hit record highs in 2021, with no sector left unscathed and no signs of slowing down. In fact, Gartner analysts predict that by 2025, at least 75% of IT organisations will face one or more attacks. Infrastructure and operations leaders responsible for data protection must evaluate new ransomware protection features as critical prerequisites when choosing backup platforms.

Scality now provides ransomware protection through ironclad data immutability across its ARTESCA and RING solutions, giving customers the support they need to safeguard their data. Validated as Veeam Ready Object with Immutability, Scality RING and ARTESCA provide for air-gapped, tamper-proof backup data that stays immune to ransomware, offering a robust and swift recovery path in case of an attack.

Wally MacDermid, vp of strategic alliances, Scality, said: “With this latest Veeam certification, Scality now supports data immutability, a key to ransomware protection, with both our RING and ARTESCA solutions. Organisations of any size will feel confident in the ransomware protection features of our backup platforms as they seek to protect their data from ransomware.”

Scality’s storage is scalable and cost-effective, and pre-validated solutions with infinite flexibility mean customers can start as small as a single node and scale to exabytes. For channel partners, certification of ARTESCA brings even more opportunity to provide a proven, repeatable solution to a broader swath of end-users.

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