Category: Hyper-V

Mar 25

Video Recording of my webinar Veeam and Windows Server 2016

Hi, This week, I participated in a live webinar in french as an official speaker between Veeam and Microsoft for presenting new Veeam Availability Platform with Windows Server 2016 integration with my friend Seyfallah Tagrerout (Microsoft MVP Cloud and DataCenter Management – Twitter). It was an amazing experience! Thanks to Jean-François Albertini (Systems Engineer, Veeam …

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Oct 17

Veeam 9.5 RTM should be available soon!

Windows Server 2016 became generally available last week, meaning many of you probably have the same question around its support by Veeam. More information about Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 here and on Veeam portal. In the word from Gostev, with Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5, the goal is to sign off RTM build before the …

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Oct 06

Veeam Availability Suite 9.5 first full availability solution!

UPDATE : If you need to install your Veeam Backup Server v9.5 you can follow this article. If you need to upgrade your Veeam Backup Server (v8 or v9) you can follow this article. ______ In a few days, Veeam should release Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 release, new release will allow you to use …

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Aug 17

Veeam Backup & Replication 9 Best Practices Guide

The Best Practices guide for Veeam Backup & Replication 9 is now available, it was developped by Veeam architects. This guide is intended for Backup Administrators or Consultants managing Veeam Backup & Replication on a daily basis. Most sections of this guide assume you already have hands on experience with Backup & Replication, and will …

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Apr 19

Microsoft VSS and Veeam B&R

Microsoft’s Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) is Windows’ built-in infrastructure for application backups. As a native Windows service, VSS facilitates creating a consistent view of application data during the course of a backup. VSS relies on coordination between VSS requestors, writers and providers for quiescence, or “to make quiet,” a disk volume, so that a …

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