If you are a System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr) user, you must have heard already about the Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (OMS). Whether you are at an event, watching a webinar or reading online about this solution, the most asked question we get around OMS is whether you should keep investing in OpsMgr or start moving to OMS. Before I get to that point, let’s have a look at what OMS exactly is.
This post is part four of a series where I discuss granular recovery of Active Directory objects and different scenarios and tools for such operations.
In the previous article, I described the cases where administrators worked with Domain Controllers running Active Directory off a functional level of Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008. I detailed the steps they had to do in order to reanimate the tombstone objects using LDP and Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Active Directory utilities.
Today, I’m moving on to newer systems with the Active Directory recycle bin feature enabled.
Because Veeam fully intends to maintain this practice of being among the first to add support for newly released versions, I am happy to announce that NEW Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 will be the first to provide FULL, advanced support for Microsoft 2016 data center technologies. Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 will integrate deeply with new Windows Server 2016 technologies, Microsoft Hyper-V 2016 and the 2016 releases of Microsoft enterprise applications.
I’ve received many inquiries about the Veeam and NetApp integration with NFS over the last few months. Because of the high level of interest, let me share some insights based on our latest configuration and best practices for NetApp, Veeam and NFS that can help save you time and effort when installing and configuring Veeam for the first time.
In the lead up to Cisco Live in Las Vegas, I was reviewing my schedule when I realized just how deep the relationship between Veeam and Cisco has become.
So many things are happening on so many different fronts, it’s really quite impressive especially given the current age of “coopetition”. In Cisco, Veeam truly has a joint partner on so many levels.
Let me recap some of the good things with Cisco and Veeam together.
Have you had a chance to evaluate the new VMware storage technologies? VMware Virtual Volumes (VVOLs) and Virtual SAN (VSAN) are incredible innovations in vSphere 6.0 storage technologies. However, it is still a burden to back up the infrastructure and restore it if things do not go as planned. However, worry not—when it comes to Availability, Veeam has you covered! Let’s look at a few areas where VVOL and VSAN Availability can be easier than you think with Veeam.
In the previous posts of this short series, we announced the availability of Veeam Agent for Linux Beta and gave everyone a few quick tips on how to start using it. We showed how easy it is to work with the graphical user interface (GUI) in order to back up and restore files and volumes, but no program would be a true Linux solution without complete support for the command line.
Today, we’ll see how to operate Veeam Agent for Linux from the shell!
In the previous posts of this short series, we announced the immediate availability of Veeam Agent for Linux and showed everyone how to install the software and create the first backup. But obviously the final goal of every backup is to do a restore, and this is the topic of today’s post.
In the previous post of this short series, we announced the immediate availability of Veeam Agent for Linux and gave everyone a few quick tips on how to start using it. The installed command line has some nice inline help that’s easy to follow, but we decided to give you even more information with this short blog series. Today, we’ll talk about backups!
At Veeam, we all love virtualization and truly believe that modern data centers should be virtualized to guarantee the highest degree of Availability. However, the reality is that not every workload is virtualized. Some workloads cannot be reached through the hypervisors they run on even when they are virtualized, like in public cloud environments.
This is one of the reasons Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE has seen such tremendous success since its initial launch in 2015. Now, that’s just one side of the story –– especially when you consider that in public cloud the vast majority of deployed virtual machines (VMs) are running one of the many flavors of Linux.