Veeam with the StarWind VTL Gateway offers a solution for anyone to connect their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to Microsoft Azure Storage.
For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Leveraging the StarWind VTL Gateway to act as a VTL within Veeam allows users to send archival backups to Microsoft Azure to save time and money.
In this document, we will cover the deployment of both Veeam Backup & Replication as well as the StarWind VTL Gateway on the same server.
This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with Azure Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including:
Veeam enables Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ with Cisco UCS 3260 for combined data management and protection solutions required for 24/7 application Availability. By combining Cisco UCS and Veeam solutions, customers eliminate data loss and deliver fast data recovery, helping them minimize risk, decrease downtime and easily adapt to business changes to meet the most stringent RTPO.
Veeam Backup & Replication unifies backup and replication in a single solution — increasing the value of backup and reinventing data protection for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. The Veeam agentless design provides multiple backup options to meet your needs. Features such as source-side deduplication and compression, change block tracking, parallel processing and automatic load balancing provide the fastest, most efficient backups possible.
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Veeam® Availability Orchestrator enables organizations to reduce the time, cost and effort associated with planning for and recovering from a disaster to ensure compliance and the continuous delivery of production IT services, including:
To do this, Veeam Availability Orchestrator leverages some of the existing Veeam products many organizations already use and depend on. This white paper takes a closer look at the relationship between Veeam Availability Orchestrator and Veeam Backup & Replication™ and how they can be configured together to create a highly available and easy-to-manage environment.Read now
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:
For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Using the AWS (Amazon Web Services) gateway to act as a VTL (Virtual Tape Library) with Veeam®, however, allows users to save time and money by connecting their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to AWS, and then sending archival backups from Veeam Backup & Replication to AWS.
This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with AWS Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including:
For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Using the StarWind Cloud VTL with Veeam®, however, allows users to connect their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to AWS, so that they can send archival backups from Veeam Backup & Replication to AWS, saving time and money.
This document highlights the , including how to:
This white paper explains how IT administrators can use Veeam® Availability Suite’s™ Veeam Cloud Connect capabilities to build their cloud backup services serving internal customers such as subsidiaries or business units.
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At the center of your virtual infrastructure is the vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA), and it is very important for High Availability. If it or its components — like the Platform Services Controller (PSC) — are ever lost or corrupt, you need to restore them immediately. However, there is a specific order to how things need to be restored, and sometimes it is difficult and extra steps are necessary. In our technical white paper, we have all of the information to make this restore easy with all the different steps detailed and screenshots to better understand the commands. You will also learn how to protect your vSphere Distributed Switches as well.
Read this technical white paper to learn how to:
In this technical white paper, you will learn how to use VM Encryption from vSphere 6.5 along with Veeam® encryption to make sure your virtual machines and backups are encrypted. In addition, if necessary Veeam can encrypt all of its traffic and so there is never anything in the clear. If a bad guy steals VMs, backups or traffic they get nothing.
This technical paper will also help you decide what you should encrypt and what you should never encrypt. It shows you how to do things in the UI but has links to what you need to do it at the command line.Read now