Veeam Software announced Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV) Support on Friday, the 30th of June 2017. It’s a great and important announcement for both organizations. In this early blog announcement review, we put all the marketing info we have gathered and built a technical overview of how the integration might look.
Last week, we discussed how to monitor our virtual and backup infrastructure using VeeamOne. During that demonstrations, I realized that my virtual infrastructure is outdated; and to be more specific, the build I’m using was released back in February 2017.
Best speed is one of the parameters everyone wants to achieve, whether on the road, in the skies, or in software. The history of transportation shows vehicle manufacturers always aiming to improve performance by beating their own speed records; though whatever speed is achieved, it is never quite enough. The same goes for software. Continue reading
During VeeamON 2017 held recently in New Orleans, Louisiana, Veeam Software announced a new feature called Veeam Availability for AWS (Amazon Web Services); specifically, availability for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). Many customers visiting this blog are already asking more about this new feature.
When looking closely at data backup strategies, you will notice that there are several methods in the planning of data backups. Each data backup plan addresses a Service Level Agreement and employs a strategy that aligns with the criticality of the workload to be protected. Continue reading
We all know that data encryption is a good thing to have when we wish to secure our data from a roving eye. Throughout the history of the digital era and computing, many companies invested in, and enhanced, data security and encryption to keep our personal data secure; BUT, what if data encryption is Continue reading