Microsoft Office 365 is the largest solution for digital collaboration today. Office 365 customers can choose to connect to their on-premises workloads and benefit from a seamless user experience — even when moving between different environments — creating a hybrid platform. Office 365 has a high adoption rate by businesses of all sizes.
While Office 365 offers an undisputed flexibility with the integration of several solutions, it deeply focuses on the infrastructure management rather than data management. The responsibility for data management and its Availability still belongs to the respective owners leveraging the Office 365 services.
In fact, Office 365 data center uptime refers to the infrastructure rather than data hosted in the data centers. Infrastructure uptime does not include cases where the data center itself can provide an effective way to recover from:
Data loss / corruption
Rogue apps / insider threats
This white paper covers the implementation of Veeam® Backup for Microsoft Office 365’s solution and its architecture.
Most organizations today rely on virtualized IT infrastructures. Veeam® helps them to provide and increase Availability of critical workloads running on their systems. Due to various factors, some physical servers cannot be virtualized, along with endpoints that might not be protectable in their entirety by leveraging back-up solutions built for virtualized systems. Thus, everyday occurrences such as lapses in connectivity, hardware failures, file corruption, ransomware or even theft can leave an organization’s data at risk. Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows solves these issues by closing the gap that some enterprises face with large, heterogeneous environments and further enabling workload mobility by delivering Availability for cloud-based workloads. This paper describes:
the main concepts behind Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows
how agents can be managed centrally by integration into Veeam Backup & Replication™
Eugene Kashperovetsky, Global Solutions Architect, Veeam Software Yan Skursky, Veeam Cloud Support Engineer
This white paper is an aggregation of feedback from the Technical Support Team when resolving cases generated by users of Veeam® Availability Console and common issues discovered in the field. This document is intended to help service providers resolve and avoid these misconfigurations, while gaining a deeper understanding of the underlying technology and design principles.
In this white paper, we address common issues observed during the planning, design, deployment and operation of the Veeam Availability Console environment.
In addition to the powerful native data protection capabilities HPE SimpliVity users already have, many also desire additional data protection capabilities such as off-site archive to cloud or tape, granular restore for popular enterprise applications, and the ability to backup workloads running on heterogeneous infrastructure outside of HPE SimpliVity. In this white paper, we go deeper into a few of these different use cases where a customer benefits from deploying Veeam Backup & Replication with HPE SimpliVity 380.
This solution is a fully tested and recommended configuration from HPE and Veeam. This document helps you minimize the risk of deployment by defining the hardware and software required to implement this solution, as well as providing configuration guidance, best practices and data regarding expected performance.
Clemens Zerbe, SAP Solutions Architect, Veeam Software
This whitepaper is intended for IT administrators and virtual & cloud infrastructure administrators, as well as SAP Basis specialists and Oracle database administrators. This document describes best practices and SAP backup and recovery instructions with Veeam® Backup & Replication™ 9.5 U4 or later. This also includes Veeam Agent for Linux for performing configuration file backup of SAP systems running Oracle and other “SAP ANYDB,” like MS-SQL or MAXDB.
This guide assumes that you have a good level of knowledge of Veeam Backup & Replication, Veeam Agent for Linux, SAP on Oracle and VMware vSphere.
Veeam® Backup & Replication™ Community Edition is the must-have, free solution that provides host-based backups for virtual machines, along with protection for physical endpoints and servers. Community Edition offers a tremendous set of capabilities, allowing users to have an efficient data protection strategy in place. Features such as being able to schedule backup jobs, replicate critical machines and perform application-level restores are requirements that are not allowed to be short-listed in any data protection solution. This white paper describes in detail the different features you can utilize when getting started with Community Edition and how these features can help meet the demands for modern data Availability.
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, including AWS S3 Glacier Deep Archive.
This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with AWS Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including:
Planning and proper sizing of an AWS VTL gateway
Connecting AWS gateway appliances to Veeam
Configuring and ensuring optimal performance for AWS VTL Gateway
VMware Cloud on AWS brings VMware’s enterprise-class SDDC software to the AWS cloud with optimized access to native AWS services - allowing IT teams to quickly derive instant business value from use of the AWS and VMware hybrid cloud experience. But how can you ensure your data is protected and remains available?
As the global leader in Cloud Data Management, Veeam® software provides the most complete solution to help you on your journey to automating data management while ensuring the Availability of your data. This Deployment Guide is designed to assist administrators with the initial setup of Veeam Backup & Replication™ using VMware Cloud on AWS for backup and restore, specifically within the customer environment. Additional use cases, including multi-site deployments, and offsite backup and disaster recovery will be covered along with a review of multiple storage and connectivity options for connecting storage as a backup target.