Tag: Replication

Jun 19

VeeamON Forum France – Interviewed by LeMagIT

Hi, I was interviewed by @LeMagIT about Veeam’s vision and strategy 2018 during VeeamON Forum in France. This is a french IT website intended for IT Manager and CIO. The main title is “Veeam vise le milliard de CA en innovant dans la sauvegarde”. Basically, the article is written in French but it’s a good …

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Jan 12

Vembu BDR Suite v3.9.0 GA release!

This month Vembu BDR v3.9 Suite has been released. Here a post contains the added/enhanced features of the new version. Vembu BDR Suite serves the purpose to be one of the most comprehensive, simple and affordable backup & disaster recovery solutions for the small & medium businesses. Vembu can backup VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Physical …

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Aug 15

HPE Catalyst technology as Veeam Replication source!

Since Veeam B&R v9, there is a support of HPE StoreOnce Catalyst storage. HPE StoreOnce Catalyst integration improves the time it takes to boot a VM from backup file residing on StoreOnce about two times comparing to Instant VM Recovery from backup files on a StoreOnce NAS Share. This post is about using a Catalyst …

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Mar 23

One of my Veeam project as a Success Story!

Hello, Veeam published one of my projects as a Success Story focused on Modern Backup, Replication, offsite backup with Backup Copy Job and WAN Accelerator. WAN Accelerator feature allows offsite backup and replication always involve moving large volumes of data between remote sites. The most common problems that backup administrators encounter during are the following …

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Nov 06

Guide to setting up a “Failover Plan” in Veeam B&R 8 (replication)

Today Veeam had formalized Veeam Backup and Replication 8. This version contains a new interesting component named “Failover Plan”. This feature allows you to schedule properly a failover from the production site to the backup site (disaster recovery plan). This means you can now plan your entire failover in advance, and initiate it with a …

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