Veeam Agents for IBM AIX and Oracle Solaris support
Veeam ONE v11a continues expanding its coverage of Veeam Agents by adding support for the Unix Agents family to make sure each workload running these operating systems can be effectively and continuously protected by Veeam Backup & Replication. New capabilities include:
- Monitoring and alerting: With this release, customers can gain full control over the protection state of the machines running IBM AIX and Oracle Solaris operating systems, identify machines with no recent backups, find out disabled backup policies, and detect suspicious activity potentially affecting the machines, and thus, the whole IT landscape.
- Reporting: V11a introduces a rich number of reports covering IBM AIX and Oracle Solaris backups to help customers simplify auditing of backup operations, identify unprotected machines, build custom reports for their unique needs, plan repository infrastructure expansions, and make sure configuration of backup policies is consistent across the backup environment.
Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform support
Veeam ONE v11a expands coverage of Veeam Cloud products to support Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform. With this addition, customers running their mission-critical workloads in Google Cloud Platform and utilizing Veeam Backup for Google Cloud Platform along with Veeam Backup & Replication can get at-a-glance visibility into data protection operations. The unique benefits include:
- Monitoring and alerting: Now operation teams can make sure each backup operation completes successfully and on time, stay up to date on disabled backup policies, and identify backup policies taking a suspiciously high amount of time to complete.
- Reporting: Starting with V11a, customers can easily assess their backup environment for compliance with the desired recovery point objective (RPO) period, which helps to make sure every Google Cloud Platform virtual machine is timely protected.
Linux Hardened Repository and immutability support
Effective and resilient data protection has always been a priority for Veeam, and this release is not an exception. Now, customers utilizing backup resiliency features of Linux Hardened Repository have a comprehensive view of immutability configuration settings and can easily make sure the created backups are truly immutable now and will stay this way going forward.
- Monitoring and alerting: Starting now, backup administrators do not need to perform any manual actions to be notified if there are backup repositories and scale-out backup repository extents supporting immutability but not having it enabled. Moreover, any changes applied to the immutability configuration settings can now be reflected in the mailboxes of the responsible persons, thanks to newly added alarms.
- Reporting: With V11a, customers can track and report on the length of the immutability period of each restore point created on Linux Hardened Repository, assess the configuration of the immutability settings of Linux Hardened Repositories and scale-out backup repositories consisting of Linux Hardened Repository extents, and track immutability configuration changes over time for simplified auditing and compliance.