Veeam Availability solutions on IBM Cloud provide backup and recovery for both virtualized and bare metal environments. This Veeam Configuration Guide will take you step-by-step through the installation and deployment of Veeam Agents for Windows and Linux, make it easy for you to extend data protection to your IBM Cloud bare metal servers.
The Configuration Guide provides detailed information for:
Veeam® introduced the concept of a recycle bin for customers sending off-site cloud backups to Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partners using Veeam Cloud Connect with the release of Veeam Backup & Replication™ 9.5 Update 3. This deleted backup protection, or insider protection, allows the VCSP partner to enable the deleted backup protection option for specific tenants. It also looks to add another level of data security for cloud-based backups in the case of a malicious user gaining access to the Veeam Backup & Replication console, or in the case of accidental deletion by an administrator.
This white paper dives into this feature and shows examples of how it works from the perspectives of the provider and tenant.Read now
Changed Block Tracking (CBT) is a technology to identify only the uniquely changed data blocks on a disk system over points of time. One of the key new capabilities of Veeam® Agent for Microsoft Windows 2.1 is the new Veeam CBT Driver. This driver provides faster incremental backups for tier-1 applications that provide a better Availability experience.
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This white paper is an overview of deploying Veeam® Agents for Microsoft Windows and for Linux in conjunction with Veeam Availability Suite™ without the use of any VMs.
In this paper, we will review:
This guide on Veeam® Agent for Microsoft Windows is for administrators responsible for controlled software distribution in enterprise environments or backup administrators willing to understand alternative Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows deployment options.
When protecting cloud workloads or physical servers, workstations and laptops require backup software running on a protected computer. Distributing software to computers of different software and hardware configurations often residing in physically different or logically separate sites from a centralized location is a requirement for many IT organizations. In addition, an organization may need more control over software deployment, for example, to restrict a user’s ability to install / update / uninstall software or to limit the potential impact on target machines, such as avoiding unexpected reboots. This is where Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows is especially useful. In this guide, you will learn: