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?
What options will Veeam offer to protect Alibaba Cloud workloads? How do you backup Alibaba ECS (Elastic Compute Service) instances? And is possible to use Alibaba OSS (Object Storage Services) to archive your Veeam backup?
Are you thinking of backing up your Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Online and wish to size your backup accurately? Is there any way to measure the total size of your consumed Exchange Online storage, Change rate and more?
The Veeam Software R&D Team is working at full throttle to deliver new features and capabilities to the Veeam flagship products in the Veeam Backup & Replication lineup. Let’s find out a bit more about the new features and capabilities you can expect on Update 4.
I’m sure that if you were looking to get comprehensive reporting from your Microsoft Azure and Office 365 subscription, you would have come across Microsoft Graph Restful APIs. What does it take to get started with these APIs, and what do you have to learn to use them properly? Do you have to be a developer?
Veeam Software has just released the long-awaited Update 4 as an RTM (Release To Manufacture). The big winner from this release is the Service Provider community. It has new enhancements and a new features; so, let’s explore it and see what we can expect. While we are doing this, we can answer the question: “Is it worth the upgrade?”
There will come a time when you have to determine the total size of your Microsoft Exchange Online mailbox, or an individual mailbox’s size? Sometimes you will want to know the Item counts per mailbox, or the counts for the all the mailboxes. Is there an easy way to do this? Well, read on …