Everything you missed at VeeamON Virtual 2019

As you know by now, there are two major Veeam events each year — an offline VeeamON convention held in May and its online brother VeeamON Virtual that has all the same bells, whistles and tricks up its sleeve but can be watched from the comfort of your home or a Starbucks (no one’s judging). Each of them has different content however, and it’s important to note that there is a big push to get unique content each time we reach our customer and partner base. Read more

Happy Holidays and VeeamON Virtual!

If you’re in the business of data management, chances are, you already know that Veeam® holds two major events each year. VeeamON is our premier conference for Intelligent Data Management, which will be held in Miami in 2019. It’s an amazing event where professionals from every side of the industry join together to discuss the future of data. We also have an online VeeamON Virtual event that has all the same perks as the real-life one, but with the luxury of enjoying it with a favorite drink at your own leisure. Read more

New Hyper-V 2016 features that you should know about

In the previous article, Mike went over the most exciting new features of Hyper-V 2016 TP4 at the time. However, since its Technical Preview stages it went through some changes and not every feature made it to the GA in its initial form or intended way. Windows Server 2016 has been fully available since the end of 2016 and there were some features left out in the article that are still interesting and quite important. Read more

Latest updates on Hyper-V 2016 production checkpoints

Windows Server 2016 has been generally available since late 2016. Here at Veeam, we’ve built in integration with several of the key Windows Server 2016 features in our latest release of Veeam Availability Suite 9.5. In this featured blog post, I will discuss a new feature within Hyper-V called Production Checkpoints, and tell you how it will impact your Veeam Backup & Replication jobs. Read more

How to measure and report the Windows Server uptime

Server uptime defines high Availability, there’s no denial of that. To ensure that all the critical services are available for customers, you need to provide a near-continuous uptime of your infrastructure. Inability to do so will result in a downtime that will cost you real money. But that’s not the only application of an uptime measurement. Read on to learn how you can create server uptime reports that will help you to improve your infrastructure. Read more

Cloud backup customization

Cloud is a viable option for many use cases, including but not limited to storage, critical workload management, disaster recovery and much more. And as we have covered in our previous concerns related to this series, it can also be made secure, reasonably priced, and migration can be simplified. We found one of the major cloud concerns in last year’s end user survey to be customization. Let’s dive into where customization and the cloud meet.

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Migrating to the cloud

In this cloud blog series, we’ve talked about how secure backups can be in a cloud environment and what the cost may be of not leveraging the potential of DRaaS. The next step would be to start thinking about how to migrate your infrastructure or backups/replicas to the cloud and at what scale it has to be done. We will review the main points that you need to consider and check prior to initiating your move into the world of cloud.

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