This has got to be the strongest puff piece I have ever read here. It had to be written by someone at Veeam because I refuse to believe that someone at the reg would be this gonzo. By the end of 2018 Veeam will be flailing to stay alive, just like the others mentioned. Its the nature of the business. They are peaking and will start their decline because they are a one trick pony. The reality is most of their products won't be necessary for Microsoft environments in the very near future. I also have no trust in the numbers from a private company that shouts about their numbers like this - there is zero accountability and those that shout the loudest about their financial success, don't actually have it, imo.
Queue the Veeam social police to slap me down ....