In 2017, Veeam PN was released as part of Veeam Recovery to Microsoft Azure. The Veeam PN use case went beyond the extending of Azure networks for workload recoverability and was quickly adopted by IT enthusiasts for use of remote connectivity to home labs and the connectivity of remote networks that could be spread out across cloud and on-premises platforms. Our development roadmap for Veeam PN had been locked in, however, we found that customers wanted more.
One of the things I love is how fast we can add storage integrations with the Veeam Universal Storage API. This framework was introduced with Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 3 and has allowed Veeam and our alliance partners to rapidly add new supported storage systems. Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS DX and AF are the newest systems to be supported with a Veeam plug-in.
Veeam had the pleasure of joining GestaltIT in Santa Clara, California and presenting at Cloud Field Day 5. It has been a few years since Veeam last presented at a Tech Field Day event, so it was enjoyable and exciting for us to be back as a company. Join the three key Product Strategy team members Anthony Spiteri, David Hill and Michael Cade in their talks during the event.
Today, we are going to discuss the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol which is incorporated into all Windows versions, both client and server. Particularly, one novelty added to the SMB protocol affecting the client side and allowing for SMB connections to be used without the SMB cache. Let's explore.
Starting from the recently released version 3, Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 allows for retrieving your cloud data in a more secure way by leveraging modern authentication. For backup and restores, you can now use service accounts enabled for multi-factor authentication (MFA). In this article, you will learn how it works and how to set up things quickly.
Without a doubt, the automated reporting engine in Veeam Availability Orchestrator and the disaster recovery plan documentation it produces are among its most powerful capabilities. They’re something we’ve had a lot of overwhelmingly positive feedback from customers that benefit from them, and I feel that sharing some more insights into what these documents are capable of will help you understand how you can benefit from them, too.
Veeam is excited to be a Global Diamond Sponsor at all 39 AWS Summits around the world, participating jointly with N2WS, our top-rated AWS backup and DR solution. These events are a great opportunity for organizations not only to learn about the latest innovations in areas like cloud mobility, data retention, and disaster recovery, but also to engage with the AWS community and exchange the latest best practices around the cloud. Check here for the latest schedule of AWS Summits — they’re free events so there’s no excuse not to attend!
It is no secret anymore, you need a backup for Microsoft Office 365! While Microsoft is responsible for the infrastructure and its availability, you are responsible for the data as it is your data. And to fully protect it, you need a backup. It is the individual company’s responsibility to be in control of their data and meet the needs of compliance and legal requirements. In addition to having an extra copy of your data in case of accidental deletion, here are five more reasons WHY you need a backup.
With the release of Veeam Availability Console v3 we have taken huge strides in delivering to VCSP partners a console that acts as the central place to manage all aspects of their backup offerings. Not only does it build on the previous releases, but also looks to place VAC as a critical component of any Veeam-powered service provider offering.