Category: VMware

Jul 05

Step by Step Guide Veeam B&R 9.5 U3a Upgrade

Veeam released Veeam Backup and Replication 9.5 Update 3a, which contains some significant improvements: VMware vSphere 6.7 and VMware vCloud Director 9.1 support, Microsoft Windows 10 & Microsoft Windows Server Updates integration and others… You can learn more about Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 U3a new features here. This technical article provides a step by …

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Apr 03

Step by Step Guide Veeam Availability Orchestrator Install

Every day, we learn a company has experienced a serious disaster in the operation of the IT infrastructure, which has led to serious financial loss and reputational impact. System failure is the first thing that comes to mind when possible risks are calculated for the operation of IT services and the organization as a whole. …

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Jan 25

Spectre and Meltdown – Patches are being recalled by VMware & Dell EMC – Veeam’s feedback

Hello, For those of you who have already patched your ESXi hosts with the initial set of patches, please note that those patches are being recalled by VMware, and action is required. VMware has also updated their security advisory “VMware Security Adisories“ late in the week. There are many questions regarding performance impact of the …

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Jan 11

Spectre & Meltdown: Patch Virtual Machine (Guest OS) too!

Updated (January 24, 2018): Spectre and Meltdown – Patches are being recalled by VMware & Dell EMC – Veeam’s feedback _____________ Hello, I will not explain to you the implications what Specter or Meltdown on a security level. Basically, there are a lot of articles that you can read with many different opinions… Especially about …

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Oct 09

Backup your vSphere VCSA!

Here’s the fresh Veeam white paper that explains how to correctly backup and restore VCSA and PSC in various deployment scenarios – both simple and complex. This is a very welcome white paper because Veeam found that the information on the Internet is quite spotty and often simply poor – so thanks to Michael White …

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