Do you want to use the latest backup technique by Veeam Backup & Replication and decrease impact on your virtual infrastructure while backupping? Read on!
Welcome to part two of my VSAN ‘trilogy’! If you’ve missed the first part, see the link below.
Transforming from baremetal VMware vSphere to nested VSAN: Part One (Design)
This post contains the steps I’ve taken to prepare my transformation from a traditional vSphere lab environment to a VSAN-powered environment.
Today I was asked to check if our infrastructure was ready for Windows Server 2012 R2 as guest operating system. I thought it would be handy to share my findings here so you don’t have to find out the compatibility for each product.
This month HP will release StoreVirtual LeftHand OS 11.0 which contains new major features for your environments.
This session, provided by Doug Hazelman and Anton Gostev is all about the new Veeam Backup & Replication v7, launched not even 2 weeks ago.
I have published an article right after the launch about upgrading your existing Veeam installation and the new features I could find in the first few minutes. Check it out in the related articles section at the bottom of this page.
During this session I learned some new things and added some actions to my to-do which I will perform when I get back from VMworld. I will share these items with you, hopefully helping you to improve your environment with Veeam B&R v7 as well.