What a busy start of the year! The first quarter of 2013 has come to a close, and we thought we’d start a new series here on the Veeam blog: the Veeam Content Roundup! We'll be bringing you the monthly highlights of what’s going on with Veeam, so you don't miss any important training series, updates, or product releases.
In March, you started hearing this: Modern Data Protection: Built for Virtualization. But what is Modern Data Protection? Well, it’s leveraging data protection tools that are right for your platforms. You use virtual machines; why not take a modern approach for your backups? See our new Modern Data Protection Video here:
VMworld is right around the corner! Ready or not, it’s almost here. We at Veeam have been working hard to prepare for the event. We thought we’d also make a nice way to get an “at-a-glance'” view of the event, so we’ve created this handy InfoGraphic to view all the Veeam activities at VMworld.
Want to re-use this InfoGraphic? The raw image is here: http://vee.am/vmworldinfographic2012
The InfoGraphic summarizes all the big things at VMworld (individual links below) that Veeam is engaged in: 2 VMworld sessions, The Veeam Party, our AWESOME home dream lab giveaway, our SWAG information and a reminder about bacon. We look forward to seeing you at VMworld and check out the InfoGraphic below for the full ...
When version 6 of Veeam Backup & Replication was released, there were scores of new and improved features! In fact, I had a blog post last year enumerating 72 of them! We are now on version 6.1, and while the features keep rolling in, an astute user pointed something out to me at a recent Veeam User Group Meeting in Chicago related to proxy configuration for both backup and replication jobs.
“Microsoft is pleased to distinguish Veeam Software as Microsoft’s Management and Virtualization Partner of the Year,” said Mike Schutz, General Manager, Windows Server and Management at Microsoft. “With Microsoft’s private cloud technology, built on Windows Server 2008 R2 and System Center, Veeam has worked to enable customers to save costs, increase availability, and improve agility.”
Yesterday with those words it became official! Veeam is the Management and Virtualization partner of the year for 2012. I couldn’t be more excited! I know how much work goes in to building strong partnerships at Veeam. We really value our partnership with Microsoft, and look forward to continued success in our relationship with them, and with each of our other partners. We care about our ...
Our latest countdown clock hit zero this morning and we announced the availability of Veeam Backup Free Edition (or as we like to say, Something Awesome for Virtualization Lovers). Veeam Backup Free Edition is just the latest edition to our line of free tools and utilities for virtualization professionals. Combined with Veeam ONE Free Edition, you now have a complete set of tools to help you manage and protect your virtual infrastructure, no matter if it’s running VMware vSphere ESX/ESXi or Microsoft Hyper-V.Veeam Backup Free Edition
As you may have guessed, we’re not “giving away” all the great functionality in Veeam Backup & Replication, just a subset. Included in the free edition is our familiar ...
Recently, we released Veeam End User Training. This is a great resource that can help people new to Veeam understand the details of each of our products’ technical components. While we’ve had educational content in the past for partners, having this End User Training is our next exciting milestone.
This is also a good time to introduce John Martin, our new director of Global Education Services at Veeam. John has a lot of experience in many areas of the development and delivery of learning content, services and the associated technology infrastructure. He has delivered addresses at the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Computer Training World, Training Directors Forum, WBT Producer, ASTD, the British Association for ...
It is with great excitement that we announce that Chris Henley has joined Veeam. Chris will be working with myself (Doug Hazelman) and Rick Vanover to build relationships within the Microsoft Hyper-V and virtualization community. You can follow Chris on Twitter @NerdyLikeThat
Chris comes to Veeam after 9 years of working with Microsoft as an IT Pro Evangelist. He loves technology and has a passion for helping others implement solutions that make their lives work better. Chris is an accomplished public speaker with a fun style that conveys deep technical concepts in ways that are easy to understand. Chris is the co-author of “Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Administration Instant Reference” as well as a contributing author ...
The ability to restore files directly to the source virtual machine within the Enterprise Manager Web UI is one of the key new Veeam Backup & Replication v6 features. Best done with Active Directory security groups, 1-Click File Restore allows selected files to be restored directly to a VM’s guest-operating system, without the user requiring access to:
Today marks the launch of Veeam’s latest community effort, the V-index. I’m very excited about this new offering as it gives the virtualization community access to a number of data points on the growth and adoption of virtualization. All of the research is conducted by Vanson Bourne, an independent company that Veeam has contracted to do the virtualization surveys. Please understand that the survey results are not those of just Veeam customers, Vanson Bourne has their own contact list of companies that they use for these surveys.
From the site:
V-index is an online virtualization industry study performed by Vanson Bourne, an independent market research company. It is based on a survey of 500 enterprises across ...
Doug Hazelman here and I wanted to share with everyone just what a great year 2010 was for Veeam. As we move into 2011 and continue our upward trend I’m sure more great things are around the corner but I really believe that 2010 is one of the years that will go down in Veeam history as being one of the best.SureBackup and vPower
We started off the Spring of 2010 with our big announcement regarding SureBackup. This announcement was important for us because we knew that it was going to take some time to understand just what Recovery Verification was all about.