Are you wondering how much local storage your MS Office 365 backup requires? Are you wanting to learn more about your user’s behaviour while connected to your services over time to better manage your MS Office 365 licensing costs? Do you have your management team wanting more insight
You are required to restore a workload from Production to a QA Lab; but, you have a concern about restoring private, or classified, data? Can you restore a Production workload, and at the same time remove the private, or classified, data without running through a very long process? Perhaps you could automate the process?
There are benefits in task automation, beyond the obvious of time-saving. Task automation also reduces the chances of mistakes during the process, and ensures repeatability, regardless of who performs the task.
Suppose you have a new business requirement to protect your stored business-critical data from modification or deletion. This new business requires that you comply with market data protection standards, or it has a specified legal requirement.
Have you ever wondered how you might deploy Microsoft Azure Backup to protect your Azure Virtual Machine? You would like to get started, but remain a little hesitant because there are so many options available? Or you believe your Azure workload doesn’t require backup?
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?