Category: Veeam

Veeam v12 Linux Without SSH And SUDO

In Veeam B&R v11, Veeam introduced the ability to build your own immutable (Veeam Immutable Backup), hardened backup repositories on Linux. In the upcoming Veeam Availability Suite v12 release, Veeam announced some new features. Here’s a blog post about Linux permissions management 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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Ransomware & Cybersecurity with Veeam v12

Cyber groups (Ransom Cartels), specifically target backup solutions in order to ensure that the victim has no other option except for paying the ransom. Conti group (works like a Ransom Cartel) is particularly methodical in developing and implementing backup removal techniques (on-premise and cloud). The full analysis is available here and is based on their …

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Veeam B&R v12 New Features Overview

In the upcoming Veeam Availability Suite v12 release (Veeam Backup & Replication 12 and Veeam One v12), Veeam announced some new features. Note: Veeam B&R 12 should be available in Q4 of 2022. With this release, Veeam wants to allow you to control and securely backup and recover your data anywhere in the hybrid cloud. …

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