Rick Vanover, VMware vExpert, MCP, MCITP, MCSA and Veeam Product Strategy Specialist
This white paper highlights key capabilities that enable the Always-On Business™ for enterprise data centers. While no two data centers are the same, businesses expect to have access to information 24/7. The needs of the Always-On Business can be met by Veeam Availability Suite™ and the key capabilities that deliver what organizations need to meet the needs of today and be ready for tomorrow.
Whether you’re migrating to consolidate, save costs, improve capacity, deploy new technology, or simply because support is ending for your current systems, it can be a challenging process. It’s a journey fraught with pitfalls, and without proper care and consideration it can lead to some serious problems – from revenue-sapping downtime to catastrophic data loss.
Application owners within your business may have concerns about the cost and complexity of virtualizing business-critical applications. But it’s the perceived risks that are often the deal-breakers when considering virtualizing applications, which, if they were to go down, could bring the business to a standstill and cause significant revenue loss.
The Veeam® Data Center Availability Report 2014 is based on a recent online survey of 760 senior IT decision makers from enterprise companies, and is your guide to achieve Availability for the Modern Data Center™.
Andreas Neufert, vExpert, Systems Engineer at Veeam
Luca Dell'Oca, EMEA Evangelist at Veeam
A lab performance test of the Availability for the Modern Data Center™ program at NetApp® Labs Munich shows backup speed does not serve as a limiting factor for the modern data center when customers use Veeam® Backup & Replication™ in combination with NetApp EF- or E-Series storage. A single Veeam Backup & Replication server was able to scale to 700MB/s. A nearly linear performance increase was achieved when additional Veeam proxy/repository servers were added.
Mike Resseler, Product Strategy Specialist for Veeam
When Windows Server 2012 hit the market in 2012 a new feature called - Hyper-V Replica hit the shelf. In 2013, when Windows Server 2012 R2 was released, the Hyper-V Replica feature was improved. This white paper gives you an in-depth look at Hyper-V Replica: what it is, how it works, what capabilities it offers and specific-use cases.
One of the new and greatest features of Veeam® Backup & Replication(TM) v8 is Veeam Cloud Connect. With it, Veeam users can easily send backup copies offsite to remote locations managed by Veeam Service Providers due to their cloud services. This Reference Architecture is aimed at service providers looking for a comprehensive guide to design, configure and deploy a complete Veeam Cloud Connect infrastructure.
Luca Dell'Oca, EMEA Evangelist at Veeam
Roger Boss, Product Marketing Manager, Veeam Global Alliances
Veeam’s support of EMC Data Domain Boost addresses the challenges of backing up, storing, and archiving data. Integrating Veeam Backup & Replication™ with EMC Data Domain Boost brings advanced, source-side deduplication which can be leveraged to avoid sending data already stored across the network. This paper discusses the benefits of EMC Data Domain Boost and Veeam, active- vs. synthetic-full backups and enhancing disaster recovery strategies using Veeam Cloud Connect to get backups offsite efficiently and securely.
Get Availability for the Modern Data Center™ with virtualization, HP and Veeam®. This solution brief outlines the challenges faced by virtualization, data protection and availability. Learn how Veeam, combined with HP ConvergedSystem, HP 3PAR StoreOnce and HP StoreVirtual, delivers a tightly integrated solution that addresses these challenges and transforms your data center.
Jeffery Hicks, Microsoft MVP in Windows PowerShell
This white paper is a quick-start guide for IT Professionals looking to learn about Windows PowerShell. The paper assumes the reader has little-to-no experience with PowerShell and needs some guidance getting started. The writer discusses PowerShell v4; although, for a beginner, the version doesn’t matter much, since the fundamental topics are version-independent.