Top 3 things you didn’t know you could do with the VAO v3 API

Veeam Availability Orchestrator v3 was a massive release that brought a great deal of features and functionality to this already awesome product, such as support for NetApp ONTAP Snapshots.

Today, I want to focus on one of the features that sometimes gets overlooked, the VAO v3 API. Since v1, VAO has had a Rest API that has been enhanced further with every release. The new features of VAO v3 have been seamlessly integrated into the Rest API.

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Melissa Palmer
Melissa Palmer

Team Lead/Senior Technologist, Product Strategy

Everything you need to know about buying modern backup

Modern backup seems to be such a hot term at the moment, and everyone is jumping on the bandwagon. It reminds me of those shopping network commercials late at night (well I guess they’re 24 hours a day now ... I’m showing my age!) where the host is screaming about the product and how it will change your life. There is a lot of that going around, so how do you weed out what is good and what is not? Let’s take a look at ways you can approach this exact task. Read more
Michael Leworthy
Michael Leworthy

Principal, Product Marketing

IaaS Azure Data Protection Using Azure Backup and Veeam

The cloud adoption is inevitable, but there are some new considerations to make on this journey. We’ve been warning our customers to not just blindly copy their existing data protection strategies when switching platforms, and instead, use the opportunity to challenge the status quo and embrace new practices. Today, I wanted to bring my own perspective into Microsoft Azure data protection challenges and talk about Azure Backup, a native IaaS backup offering, as well as show when its capabilities might need to be extended using solutions like Veeam Backup for Azure. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

Disaster Recovery as a Service:
How service providers can help orchestrate a win

A few weeks ago, our engineers helped solve a big problem for an organization that needed to leverage Veeam Agents and Cloud Connect Backup to secure company data stored on the laptops and workstations of their remote workforce (you can read about that scenario here). Another opportunity came our way when we were asked to help this company reconsider their disaster recovery (DR) plan. Read more
Tim Hudson
Tim Hudson

Solutions Architect, VCSP Engineering Team

Azure Files backup made easy!

It never ceases to amaze me how rapidly Microsoft Azure continues to bring capabilities to market, and the latest example of NFS 4.1 support for Azure Files is no exception. An NFS file share in Azure supplements existing file share capabilities with SMB shares. Having an NFS file share at face value may seem like adding another storage protocol, but it has much more impact than that. Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

Ditch legacy backup solutions to optimize cost and reduce complexity

Many organizations are anchored in the past, using a legacy backup solution that is costly, unreliable and complex, making it difficult to shed outdated processes to truly innovate. Complex, outdated solutions can add more headaches for IT departments, making the ability to improve the reliability of backups and restores more time consuming and less likely. Read more
Kirsten Stoner
Kirsten Stoner

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

AWS-native backup and recovery now available!

NEW Veeam Backup & Replication v10A is now generally available, and it is not your typical alphabetical release… We’ve now brought AWS-native backup and recovery capabilities into the same console you trust to protect all your workloads – cloud, virtual and physical. Read more
David Hill
David Hill

Technologist, Product Strategy

The top tools and services that every service provider should investigate!

Anyone who has been working in the IT industry over the years has seen technology continually evolve, expand and develop to overcome data management challenges of the past. As technology evolves to meet data demands today, new obstacles associated with innovation occur. To help prevent and meet these challenges, monitoring the data center and gaining insight into how your applications and machines utilize resources to operate provide an extra insight to any organization. Read more
Kirsten Stoner
Kirsten Stoner

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

Ransomware is attacking NAS data – are you prepared?

We know that ransomware is attacking us from all angles. With strains of ransomware and malicious activity exploring new routes to your data, it’s just a matter of time until you and your business are compromised. Your unstructured data is just another target for these strains of ransomware. In the past, businesses were typically infected via email or exploit kits hidden within websites. These new attack methods focusing on NAS devices use a different method. Read more
Michael Cade
Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Product Strategy