Travis Miller is a US-based analyst at Veeam within the global product marketing and has a primary focus on Veeam Agents, Nutanix AHV and storage Integrations. Travis holds the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) and has a strong technical background with over 10 years of combined experience as a senior support engineer at a large National Bank and supporting Veeam products. He also spent time as a Veeam Integrations Specialist assisting customers with best practices and new deployment scenarios.
To put it simply, we all should "hope for the best, prepare for the worst." The 3-2-1 Rule does just that; it helps you prepare for the worst while keeping the process simple and easy. Take 10 seconds and think of the worst three things that could happen to your data. Let's explore all the options on our hands.
2020 is already off to a great start with the recent release of Veeam Backup & Replication v10 as well as Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows/Linux v4. Veeam continues to stay true to its heritage by offering both free and paid versions of these products, and Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows and Linux v4 are offered as both a Standalone option as well as integrated with Veeam Backup & Replication. Let’s dive into what Veeam Agents for Microsoft Windows v4 has to offer and why this release is hugely important.