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December 18, 2018

Modern upgrade opportunities powered by Veeam DataLabs

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With the upcoming end of life of Microsoft Windows server 2008 R2, organizations need to have a plan on what to do with this old operating system. In this paper, organizations will see how they can do prepared upgrades to newer platforms, including Microsoft Windows Server 2019. This will showcase Veeam® DataLabs in-depth and an additional piece of Veeam collateral around using Microsoft Azure.

Readers of this paper will take away a better understanding of a popular use case of using the Veeam DataLab. This will help remove obsolete operating systems from use and provide a confident way to upgrade. Key learning topics shared in this paper are:

  • How the Veeam DataLab works
  • How Windows Server Upgrades work
  • How to test the process 

About the Author(s)

Rick Vanover
Senior Director, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Rick Vanover (Microsoft MVP, Cisco Champion, VMware vExpert) is Senior Director of Product Strategy for Veeam Software based in Columbus, Ohio. Rick’s experience includes system administration and IT management; with virtualization, cloud and storage technologies being the central theme of his career recently. Follow Rick on Twitter @RickVanover or @Veeam.
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