Category: Data Protection

VMware Explore General Session Recap

VMware Explore General Session Recap – Looking forward to an exciting week full of knowledge acquisition and networking, the event has begun with the General Session at VMware Explore in Barcelona. Basically, the keynote provides some very good techie announcements, but it needs to also apply more of a business perspective of how these deliver …

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Veeam v12 Platform Overview

Veeam Platform v12 advances enterprise-grade recovery capabilities that ensure confidence in the face of disaster or cyber attack. New direct-to-object storage, advanced cloud application backups (Veeam Backup for Salesforce), greater cyber security protection, and operational efficiencies allow you to protect mire and recover faster, all from a single platform, and new features in v12.

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Hardened Repository in Veeam v12

In Veeam B&R v11, Veeam introduced the ability to build your own immutable (Veeam Immutable Backup), hardened backup repositories. This can be accomplished using any Linux server with storage and the XFS file system. As a reminder, immutability in this context means, a backup file cannot be changed, altered, or deleted without having root access …

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Wasabi Object Storage Usage with Veeam B&R v12

Hi, I met Drew Schlussel (Senior Director, Product Marketing @ Wasabi) during the VeeamSummit100 2022. He shared some interesting information between Veeam v12 and Wasabi. Here’s a blog post about the new integration offered by Wasabi with Veeam Backup & Replication v12.

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VeeaMover in v12

In the upcoming Veeam Availability Suite v12 release, Veeam announced some new features. Move Backup is probably one of the most important features upcoming in Veeam B&R v12 is the VM Move or Copy feature. Veeam has designed a new VeeaMover technology around Block Cloning with ReFS (Windows) and XFS (Linux). Customers who deploy Repositories …

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