Protecting VMware vCenter by Using a “Least Privilege Model”

Third-party software that interacts with VMware vCenter must store credentials somewhere. These credentials are the target of attackers as they often provide high privileges on one of the central components of a busines IT infrastructure. This blog post shows how a “least privilege model” implementation with Veeam Backup & Replication can work. Read more
Hannes Kasparick
Hannes Kasparick

Senior Analyst, Product Management

91 recovery scenarios with Veeam Backup & Replication v11

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. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Global Technologist, Product Strategy

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

v10: Veeam Agent for Linux v4 now supports PostgreSQL and MySQL

Back in 2017 with the release of Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 3 we have introduced a new major feature: centralized management for the Veeam Agents. Since then our Agents have been receiving more and more enterprise-oriented features and this new release is no exception.

With v4 of Veeam Agent for Linux we have added application support for PostgreSQL and MySQL, deduplication storage support and some CLI enhancements.

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Dmitry Kniazev
Dmitry Kniazev

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

v10: Reinventing Instant VM Recovery

Instant VM Recovery is a technology that has quickly become a fundamental requirement in the backup industry today. I’m happy to say that Veeam was the first to provide this technology to the market, and it is by far the most iterated and advanced implementation out there. In Veeam Availability Suite v10, Instant VM Recovery has been significantly enhanced; effectively reinventing its use cases for you and your data. In this blog post, I’ll overview a number of the new improvements in v10. Read more
Rick Vanover
Rick Vanover

Senior Director, Product Strategy

V10: Bring on the Linux love!

It’s not a secret that we’re calling Veeam Availability Suite v10 the biggest release in Veeam’s history. There are lots of goodies we’ve baked into this version and now it’s my turn to unveil features which could be collectively named “Linux enhancements”, allowing you to leverage Linux ecosystem in the ways you wanted but couldn’t before. Without any further ado, let me please divide features by categories and then show them in order. Read more
Andrew Zhelezko
Andrew Zhelezko

Global Technologist, Product Strategy

How to restore deleted Microsoft Teams/OneNote items

We at Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 support team receive quite a number of questions about backing up and restoring of Microsoft Teams and OneNote on the daily basis. Since there’s no simple answer, I’ve decided to take the most frequent questions our customers have and demonstrate the details of the process. Read more
Igor Arkhangelskiy
Igor Arkhangelskiy

Customer Support Engineer

How to create a file server cluster with Windows 2019

One of the critical services in many companies is the file servers, which serve file shares where users or applications store their data. If the file server is offline, then people cannot work. Downtime means additional costs, which organizations try to avoid. Windows Server 2019 (and earlier versions) allow you to create highly available file services. This blog describes how to create a file server cluster with Microsoft Windows Server 2019. Read more
Hannes Kasparick
Hannes Kasparick

Senior Analyst, Product Management