Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 update 3 was introduced agents management. An earlier blog post “Managing The Previously Unmanageable Veeam Agents” covered discovery and protection of the agents, this post is a quick start for doing agent management from the Veeam Backup server.
Does your MS Windows RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) Server keep complaining about its expiring RDP license, even though you already have a license? Let’s look at how we can remedy this known issue, especially with MS Windows 2012 R2 RDP Server… Continue reading
What does it take to integrate and protect Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV) cluster with Veeam?, How much time and effort must you spend on the deployment and configuration to protect your Nutanix AHV infrastructure with Veeam? We have tested the early beta version of the Nutanix AHV cluster in our
Everything in our life needs some sort of maintenance to keep it shiny and in working order. The same thing applies to the Internet and Service Providers. From time to time, as a Service Provider, you must carry out some sort of maintenance to keep your offering up and running,
Cloud Backup is not immune to accidental or malicious data deletion activity. Keeping your data offsite is a great strategy to guard against a site disaster or local disaster; but, what if someone compromised your offsite backup by deleting your offsite backup data?
Veeam Backup and Replication Update 3 introduced a new concept into managing the Veeam Backup Agent; the Managed and Unmanaged Agent. Let’s learn the difference between these versions of the same agent, and look at understanding how and when to use each version.
Many storage admins prefer to attach storage LUNs (Logical Unit Drives) directly to the Virtual Machine using a form of VMware RDM (Raw Device Mapping). Implementing this design adds complexity that must be considered when using the Veeam Backup and Replication product.
As in nature, Cloud Computing comes in several different types; Private, Public, Community and Hybrid. The best Cloud Computing deployment for you can depend on your use case. But in my opinion, the hybrid cloud is more spread,
Many software companies are releasing updates to deliver bug fixes, hotfixes and sometimes some additional new features. Veeam Software is no different; but, every time these guys releasing a new update, that same update will include new functionality which will keep tech-savvy people like us busy and excited.
As a Service Provider offering Disaster Recovery services, you need to make sure that your customers replicate and set failover from their workload to your datacentre with as little as possible manual configuration for the best failover performance. If you are lucky enough and you are using