By now you are hearing a lot about Windows Containers, or Containers technology in general, but have not felt the need to get engaged with them yet. Or, by now, you are interested enough to begin researching the deployment of your first Windows 2019 Container Server.
Consider a situation where you want to extract a “point in time” data set from your production data for data analysis, migration or auditing? How can you easily accomplish this task? What options do you have to meet this requirement?
Veeam Enterprise Manager can be used by your VMware vCloud Director tenants to perform their own workload backup and restore. They can do this using the Veeam Self-Service Portal, and in this blog, I will show you how to give your tenants access to the Self-Service Portal without leaving the vCD portal?
How can you keep your ESXi hosts up to date with the latest hot-fixes and patches? Is there an easy way to compare your ESXi running build with the latest VMware released patches?
Did you upgrade to VMware vCloud Director and are now experiencing the “Unable to connect to the MKS: Internal error.”? Or you just deployed a new vCloud Director cell, and getting the MKS error when trying to connect to a tenant VM?
Are you an Oracle Database admin who does not trust 3rd party backup applications to backup your Oracle Databases? You spend considerable time writing your own Recovery Manager (RMAN) backup scripts; you don’t want to use other software to backup your databases?
VMware released vCloud Director 6.7 several weeks ago; it included many new features and enhancements. To get started with the new enhancements and features, let’s see what it takes to deploy the vCD appliance and to successfully deploy the virtual appliance.
Suppose you are going to deploy Veeam Backup for Office 365 on Azure or public cloud, and you want to minimise the surface attack area on your infrastructure? What ports do you have to open, and keep closed, to harden the security of your deployment?
As a Service Provider, what are the ways available to you to protect your tenants data? What ways are there to offload aged data to keep storage costs under control? When looking at data archiving, is Cloud storage the only way to archive your tenants backup data?
You have a good reason to use Microsoft Azure SQL Databases; but, you are wondering how you can backup the Database locally. Can you include the Azure Databases protection in your company’s backup strategy? What does it take to back up the Azure Databases?