Preventive maintenance

If you own a car, you already know the concept of preventive maintenance: change oil and filters regularly and the likelihood of your engine failure will dramatically decrease. Your engine is still fine, there aren’t any weird noises and it operates as it should, but you still plan on doing some maintenance because otherwise the costs of replacing a broken engine or gearbox will be much higher. And not only that, try to remember a case when the car broke NOT at the moment when you needed it most. All this means that without preventive maintenance, you are increasing your chances of losing money, time and maybe getting a couple of new grey hairs. Read more
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Dmitry Kniazev

Technical Analyst, 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

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy

Veeam Agent for Linux is now available!

Even though Veeam has made a name for itself with industry-leading, agentless backup solutions for virtualized environments, we are still constantly asked about backing up non-virtualized systems. Based on feedback and as a growth opportunity, we decided to launch Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows (formerly known as Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE). Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows will be available soon and it includes many top-requested features! We were also constantly asked about Linux systems, so we finally announced Veeam Agent for Linux and launched a beta.

Today, we are excited to announce that Veeam Agent for Linux is generally available!

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Dmitry Kniazev

Technical Analyst, Product Strategy