Feb 21

Introducing a New Sponsor, Veeam!

This week Veeam Software signed on as my first sponsor. I’m so excited to have them as a sponsor because I’m a Veeam evangelist!

Founded in 2006, Veeam currently has 37,000 ProPartners and more than 183,000 customers worldwide. Veeam’s global headquarters are located in Baar, Switzerland, and the company has offices throughout the world. To learn more, visit Veeam website.


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Thanks again Veeam Team!

Feb 11

White paper EMC VNX with Veeam B&R 9

Rick Vanover (Veeam Product Strategy Specialist & VMware vExpert) wrote a new interesting white paper about “EMC VNX and VNXe Family with Veeam Availability Suite” (published February 2016).

EMC VNX and VNXe Family with Veeam Availability Suite

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Feb 02

IT Pro Magazine published one of my post!

Hello,

Here my article wrote in french for “IT Pro Magazine”, this is a french IT magazine intended for IT and Business Manager. The topic is “Backup and archive management with Veeam B&R: What’s the difference?”. Enjoy it! 🙂

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Jan 04

Step by Step Guide Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager 9 Upgrade (v8 to v9)

In a few days, Veeam should release Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager version 9. Final version should be available by mid-January 2016. If your server contains both Veeam B&R and Veeam Enterprise Manager, it is required that you install Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager first.

This article provides a step by step guide for an upgrade from Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager 8 to Veeam Enterprise Manager 9 (version 8.0.0.807, 8.0.0.817, 8.0.0.831, 8.0.0.917, 8.0.0.2018, 8.0.0.2021, 8.0.0.2029, 8.0.0.2030 and 8.0.0.2084). You can follow the article for Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager 7 but verify that you are running at least v7 patch 4 (7.0.0.871).

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Dec 14

Windows Server 2016, Pricing & licensing

Microsoft announced that it would change licensing for Windows Server 2016, “Standard” and “Datacenter” version. Licences is moving to per core, not per socket.

New - Windows Server 2016

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