Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 1.5 is now available

Software as a Service, and especially Microsoft Office 365, has become more and more popular in today’s world. Software as a Service brings many advantages over implementing a service on premises, but also brings forth some new challenges. Here’s a good read on Office 365-related challenges.

However, the most important question you should ask yourself is: How much does my business rely on email?

Published: October 3, 2017

Warning! New ransomware disguised as Windows Update screen

A few weeks ago, a new ransomware strain known as Fantom was identified. This ransomware is based on the open-source EDA2 ransomware project. Because Fantom uses a fake Windows Update screen, it has the potential to be a huge worldwide threat. A user can easily be tricked into believing that Windows is updating itself, when in reality, this particular ransomware is actually encrypting files in the background.

Published: September 6, 2016

Veeam Management Pack data in Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (Part 3)

In the first part of this series, we looked at OMS and whether it is a replacement of OpsMgr or if the two solutions can complement each other. We created the integration between the two solutions and after that we started part two of this series and worked with streamed alert data. We created custom queries, extracted data out of custom fields and finally used PowerBI to create some nice visualizations to understand what is happening in the environment.

Today, we are going to continue on that path but now with performance data.

Published: August 1, 2016

Veeam Management Pack data in Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (Part 2)

In the previous post we discussed what the Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (OMS) is and how it can be used as a powerful extension for your Operations Manager solution on-premises. We already showed you how to connect them together and how to make sure that data from your Veeam Management Pack is being streamed to the OMS solution. Today we are going to look at alerts and use OMS to create some custom queries, use custom fields and experiment with the preview of PowerBI to create stunning visualization dashboards.

Published: July 26, 2016

Veeam Management Pack data in Microsoft Operations Manager Suite (Part 1)

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.

Published: July 20, 2016

Veeam Managed Backup Portal for Service Providers is generally available … And FREE!

At VeeamON 2015, we announced a new solution called Veeam Managed Backup Portal for Service Providers. The feedback we are receiving is overwhelming. In the meantime, we worked hard on releasing a technical preview. All of you who have worked with this preview and gave us feedback, thank you very much!

Today, we are happy to announce that Veeam Managed Backup Portal for Service Providers is generally available and ready for you in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace!

Published: March 24, 2016

Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE 1.5 is here!

Every time I view the latest download statistics, read through the product reviews on communities such as Reddit or Spiceworks and others, or just watch demo videos on YouTube, I am amazed with the tremendous success of Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE. To tell the truth, we are very proud of getting so much feedback from you, since it keeps us busy delivering the most-demanded functionality to your Windows-based devices.

Today, I would like to introduce our next update, Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE 1.5, and shed a little light on its new features.

Published: March 17, 2016

Announcing: Veeam Backup for Linux

Public cloud remains a hot item. Many IT organizations around the globe are already running production workloads in the public cloud, or are at least investigating the possibility of doing so. This trend will only continue, and more and more workloads will continue to be made available through public clouds.

Everyone can see why running workloads in the public cloud, in terms of both cost and management, is of interest to enterprise organizations, Today, however, adoption of the public cloud for production workloads still remains low because of fears related to availability. Not being able to back up your server instances in such clouds means that the risk of business disruption is huge.

Published: October 27, 2015