We now support VMware Cloud on Dell EMC

On May 21, the second generation of VMware Cloud on Dell EMC, a fully managed VMware Cloud service, was unveiled. For customers with limited IT staff, managing infrastructures remotely and managing at scale can prove difficult. VMware Cloud on Dell EMC provides a fully managed cloud service that enables customers to rely on VMware as a single point of contact to service those locations as necessary.
David Harvey
Posted by David Harvey

Published: May 25, 2020

Are you prepared when ransomware does happen?

Knowing all the options to help protect your environment is great but it’s time to put the pieces together. The question you should be asking is not "If it will happen?" but "Are you prepared when it does happen?" Are you waiting for ransomware to activate in your environment or are you taking steps to mitigate damage before it happens? This article will help you take the steps today to answer those questions and what tools we offer to make this possible.
Karinne Bessette
Posted by Karinne Bessette

Published: May 25, 2020

83 recovery scenarios with Veeam Backup & Replication v10

Like many of you out there, I’m a visual person. Whenever it comes down to some technical information, whether it’s a software function description or a company virtual architecture planning proposal, I can catch myself getting lost after a minute (only if I’m not presented with a nice scheme of said material). Given that, I’ve always been helping develop lots of Veeam-related illustrations, icons and presentations throughout my career here.
Andrew Zhelezko
Posted by Andrew Zhelezko

Published: May 20, 2020

Veeam and Kasten partner to deliver Kubernetes-native backup

We’re excited to share that we are partnering with Kasten, the leaders in backup solutions for containerized workloads. Kasten’s K10 Data Management Platform, purpose-built for Kubernetes, provides enterprise operations teams an easy-to-use, scalable, and secure system for Kubernetes backup and application mobility with unparalleled operational simplicity.
Dan Kogan
Posted by Dan Kogan

Published: May 19, 2020

How to become a Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE)

The year 2020 has already been a busy one for Veeam. Veeam Availability Suite v10 was released, the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) certification program was overhauled, and now there’s a new Veeam Availability Suite v10: Configuration and Management training course.
Joseph Richart
Posted by Joseph Richart

Published: May 18, 2020

How VCSPs help against ransomware

Veeam understands the need for Backup as a Service (BaaS) and has offered what we call Veeam Cloud Connect (VCC). VCC is handed by reputable service providers, which we refer to as Veeam Cloud Service Provider (VCSP) partners. These service providers not only take the pressure off a business to manage their off-site backups to better meet the 3-2-1 Rule but they also provide an extra layer of protection in the case of a ransomware attack. Below we will discuss how this is possible and why you want a service provider on your side when disaster hits.
Karinne Bessette
Posted by Karinne Bessette

Published: May 18, 2020

Veeam takes big step forward with Google in our first Collaboration

As evidenced in this year’s 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant, Google Cloud has quickly ascended as one of the top three hyperscale providers on the market. As the leading provider of Cloud Data Management (CDM), we see and know the value in providing our customers with a fully comprehensive solutions portfolio that addresses the three cloud service providers. Today, we are thrilled to announce an exciting new partnership with Google that delivers more options and value to our customers.
Danny Allan
Posted by Danny Allan

Published: May 14, 2020

How to capture and inspect network packets in Windows

Microsoft originally offered the Microsoft Network Monitor which was subsequently succeeded by the Microsoft Message Analyzer application. Unfortunately, Microsoft has discontinued the Microsoft Message Analyzer and removed its download links. Therefore, only the older Microsoft Network Monitor is available. In this article, we are going to see how to capture and inspect packets using the latest available version of Microsoft Network Monitor.
Adam Bertram
Posted by Adam Bertram

Published: May 12, 2020