Rick Vanover, VMware vExpert, MCP, MCITP, MCSA and Veeam Product Strategy Specialist
Companies with remote and branch offices don’t have to settle for less when it comes to their availability requirements. The Modern Data Center takes many shapes and in this white paper, we’ll address a number of requirements that remote and branch office (ROBO) environments have and how Veeam® Availability Suite™ enables the Always-On Business™.
This infographic is based on the global 2014 Veeam Data Center Availability Survey of 760 CIOs at 1,000+-employee companies, by independent research agency Vanson Bourne.
Timothy Dewin, System Engineer, Veeam
Active Directory (AD) has been a key application in most environments by providing central user-management and authentication. And because it’s critical to business systems, it requires a delicate approach in terms of protection policy.
Read our white paper to learn about the main considerations for successful Active Directory backup and restore, and what should be done in advance once you take over Active Directory protection.You’ll also learn:
Want to be more innovative with increased business efficiency? This issue of VeeamUP e-magazine explains how investing in modern technology solutions help enterprises cut costs and enable much higher availability and uptime. Read the key findings in our recent Data Center Availability Survey by an independent research agency that surveyed 760 CIOs worldwide.
Many organizations today are modernizing their data center and taking advantage of virtualization. Yet there are still advantages with tape such as moving virtual data from expensive disk-based storage to a less resource-intensive tape-based solution. Read our white paper, Data protection of virtual machines with HP StoreEver Tape Libraries: Using Veeam Backup & Recovery software, to learn how HP and Veeam® can help.
Polina Vasilyeva, Business & Technology Writer
Are you facing VM sprawl, the uncontrollable increase of unused objects in a VMware virtual environment? Virtual infrastructures expand much faster than physical ones and management is often a challenge that can put you at risk of running out of resources.
Matt Lloyd , Lead EMC and VMware Business Development Manager, Veeam Software
VMware vCloud® Air™ is a public cloud platform offering infrastructure, disaster recovery, and various applications as service offerings built on vSphere. This solution brief describes the flexibility of Veeam Backup & Replication and how Veeam and VMware combine to simplify your journey to the cloud.
Rob Girard, Scott Sherman,
This document provides step-by-step guidance on how to deploy, implement and leverage the Veeam® solution on a Tintri VMstore in order to achieve high availability for virtual-only workloads.
Niels Engelen, System Engineer, Veeam Software
Johan Huttenga, Solutions Architect, Veeam Software
This white paper focuses on how to protect and restore Microsoft Exchange data with Veeam®. It briefly covers Microsoft Exchange 2013 and Veeam® Backup & Replication™ v8 architecture, after which it focuses on how to handle proper backup, replication and recovery of Exchange in VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments. The authors tackle the following topics:
Luca DellOca, EMEA Evangelist at Veeam
In Veeam® Backup & Replication™ distributed architecture, the repository holds the backup files, and from here a user can retrieve saved data for every restore operation. Because of its importance, a proper design of the repositories is important in all Veeam Backup & Replication projects.
When designing a backup repository for Veeam Backup & Replication, an architect has to evaluate size and performance. Both values need to be carefully calculated so that the overall design will be effective for the entire lifecycle of the underlying components. While calculating the size of a repository is quite easy, estimating the required performance of a backup repository is more complicated.
In this white paper, you will learn how the different backup modes write data, their specific I/O profiles and their impact on storage performances, how you can test a backup repository without involving your production storage, and how to read the results of the tests to better plan for your next backup repository.