Category: Backup

Oct 19

[FIX] Object reference not set to an instance of an object…

Hi! As you know, after updating VMware vCenter to 6.7 Update 1, processing of all VMs fails with “Object reference not set to an instance of an object“. The issue is triggered by an update to the vSphere API version in vCenter 6.7 U1. It appeared to be a small API change which had an …

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Sep 18

Hardening VMware and Backup

Hi, availability is based on policy-based mechanisms where data is often manually relocated to optimize cost and performance or to recover from a security intrusion. Tomorrow’s availability must evolve to a more autonomous model where the system reacts and adjusts automatically to any significant changes in the behavior of data, apps, or users anywhere across …

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Sep 14

IT MORNING 2018 | October 4 | Paris

Hello, Monaco Informatique Service – Avangarde (Monaco Informatique Service) will organize a workshop in Paris – Otcober 4, 2018 – [MATINALE IT] Veeam, DataCore, HGST! This IT morning is a great partner enablement initiative for our customers. Monaco Informatique Service – Avangarde continues to display deep signs of growth as customers begin to understand the …

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Sep 03

Veeam B&R: Flow matrix and Transport modes

Hi, this post (Veeam B&R: Flow matrix and Transport modes) is focused on Backup Proxies interaction and ports requirements. Understand Veeam core components and their communication is very useful especially to improve the security of your architecture (cybersecurity and compliance). Note: Veeam Help Center section covers typical connection settings for the backup infrastructure components (used …

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Aug 30

Microsoft ReFS – What’s new?

Hi! First, I took three weeks off around! Hope that everyone had a relaxing summer vacation and that you are ready to read new Blog posts! 🙂 As you know, while overall ReFS stability has much improved, there’s still one major issue with the ReFS driver memory management, which causes kernel memory usage to spike …

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