August 29, 2016

Why fast virtualized application recovery is key to the hybrid cloud journey

Posted by Colm Keegan

Considering that many VMworld attendees are front-line IT system firefighters, a nightmarish scenario could unfold. While roaming the casino halls at some ungodly hour, a critical business system could suddenly crash and burn.

How many of these folks are confident in their ability to quickly extinguish the flames through rapid VM recovery capabilities?

August 24, 2016

Fast recovery with NetApp snapshots and Veeam

Posted by Michael Cade

Let’s face it, for an IT administrator, recovery is a big part of your world. Over the years, I’ve seen exhaustion and fatigue on the faces of IT staff struggling to recover their business applications and data after unplanned system disruptions. In the IT arena, ever-increasing demands and expectations are setting the bar higher, and fast recovery is a key to success.

Veeam’s deep integration with NetApp enables businesses to leverage storage snapshots to create application consistent backups to fast SAN/NAS based repositories. As a result, IT administrators avoid the pain, frustration and exhaustion often experienced when in “recovery mode.”

August 22, 2016

Veeam and Nimble Storage integration: First-hand backup and replication

Posted by Hal Yaman

I recently blogged about the Veeam-Nimble integration configuration and recovery from Nimble Storage snapshots with Veeam. Today, let’s test backup and replication from Nimble snapshots with the Beta version of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5.

August 18, 2016

Veeam’s inflection point has arrived: YOU need to be there!

Posted by Rick Vanover

In mathematics, an inflection point is a point of a curve where a change in the direction of curvature occurs. In business, an inflection point is a time of significant change in a situation, a turning point. At Veeam, 2016 marks our inflection point. Join us on Aug. 23, when we will be making the biggest product announcement in Veeam history. This virtual event will also mark one of the first public appearances on behalf of Veeam from Peter McKay, our new President and Chief Operating Officer.

August 17, 2016

Veeam and Nimble Storage integration: First-hand configuration and recovery

Posted by Hal Yaman

Veeam is extending its storage integration offerings to the support of Nimble Storage arrays in the upcoming Veeam Availability Suite 9.5. The Beta is already available for testing, and I used this chance to get first-hand experience. In this post, I’ll share insights from my experience and review the functional use cases delivered by this Veeam-Nimble Integration.

The Veeam-Nimble integration follows the same approach as Veeam’s existing integration capabilities with other enterprise storage solutions. It’s all about leveraging the underlying storage hardware and snapshot capability. The Veeam-Nimble integration offers the benefits of minimum impact on the virtual infrastructure during the backup process, RTPO of less than 15 minutes and verified recoverability.

August 15, 2016

Encryption Trojans, ransomware and more: Get protection & availability NOW!

Posted by Marco Horstmann

Media coverage on the various versions of encryption Trojans are coming fast and furious. These threats are meant to extort money out of the infected and are otherwise known as ransomware.

Trojan malware like Locky, TeslaCrypt and CryptoLocker are the variations currently used to attack companies. The breach gateways are often security loopholes in web browsers and their plugins or inadvertently opened email attachments. Once inside the company, the ransomware can spread at breakneck speeds and begin to encrypt valuable data. The FBI recommends companies implement a solid ransomware backup and recovery strategy for effective protection against data loss caused by CryptoLocker or any other Trojan.

August 10, 2016

Convince your boss to send you to VeeamON 2017

Posted by Cristian-Antonio Puricica

VeeamON 2017 is less than a year away, taking place in New Orleans, May 16 through 18 2017. This is the third VeeamON conference and it looks to be the must-attend Availability event of the year. If you want to be part of the conversation and the future of Availability,

you will want to mark your calendar and plan on being there. Need help convincing your boss to let you attend? Then keep reading because I have many reasons why you need to be in New Orleans next May, and it’s not just for the jazz and crawfish!

August 8, 2016

Backup proxies and transport modes: VMware backup best practices (Part 2)

Posted by Rick Vanover

We are now ready for the second post in this series, and we will now cover the VMware Backup Proxy. This is truly the workhorse of your backup infrastructure, so this will definitely be of interest to many readers!

August 3, 2016

Backup Server placement and configuration: VMware backup best practices (Part 1)

Posted by Rick Vanover

When it comes to deciding what are can be considered “BEST” practices, a lot can be up for interpretation. One thing that we do know for sure is that when Gostev presented VT-466 VMware Backup Best Practices: 2015 Edition there was something for everyone to learn. This was without a doubt one of the most popular sessions from VeeamON 2014 and 2015, and I can’t wait to see what the 2017 edition will look like!

That being said, we’ve decided to release a few key points here in a blog series from this session from last year, to share the knowledge and ramp up for VeeamON 2017.

August 1, 2016

Veeam Management Pack data in Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (Part 3)

Posted by Mike Resseler

In the first part of this series, we looked at OMS and whether it is a replacement of OpsMgr or if the two solutions can complement each other. We created the integration between the two solutions and after that we started part two of this series and worked with streamed alert data. We created custom queries, extracted data out of custom fields and finally used PowerBI to create some nice visualizations to understand what is happening in the environment.

Today, we are going to continue on that path but now with performance data.

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