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The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, IBM Corporation and Quantum Corporation, today released their annual tape media shipment report, detailing year-over-year shipments through the fourth quarter of 2021. The report reveals 148 Exabytes1 (EB) of total tape capacity (compressed) shipped in 2021, marking an impressive record year for the LTO Program. With a growth rate of 40%, this strong performance in shipments continues following the previous record-breaking 110 EB capacity shipped in 2019 and 105 EB of capacity shipped in 2020 (during the pandemic). https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220419005174/en/LTO-Tape-Capacity-Shipments-Reach-New-Record-In-2021
Hi Folks, This is a short but informative course on API security. API’s are everywhere from Enterprise Manager to Kasten so good to have an understanding about them. There are some other free courses there too more in the security dept. https://academy.wehackpurple.com/collections?category=free-courses
Git has released a new verson to address some security vulnerabilities, As reported, we are aware that GitHub is affected. But there is a need to upgrade your local installation of Git, especifially when you are using Git on Windows or on multi-user machines. All credit goes to to 俞晨东, and the fix was authored by Johannes Schindelin. CVE-2022-24765As stated in this article, this vulnerability affects multi-user machines, Git users might find themselves unexpectedly in a Git worktree, e.g. when another user created a repository in C:\.git, in a mounted network drive or in a scratch space. Merely having a Git-aware prompt that runs git status (or git diff) and navigate to a directory that is supposedly not a Git worktree, or open such a directory in an editor or IDE such as VS Code or Atom, which will potentially run commands defined by that other user. Vulnerability ImpactSince part of Git for Windows’ uninstaller is copied into the current user’s temporary directory and run in that pla
Today’s post is heavily influenced by @Geoff Burke’s awesome post around weather forecasts in the terminal.For those who missed it, check out Geoff’s post here:Today I ask, what’s your favourite use of ASCII? For me it’s the Star Wars ASCII movie:http://www.asciimation.co.nz It’s not the full movie, but it’s still approx 20 mins long which is an amazing amount of effort to recreate! Well worth the watch!
It's been almost a month since the release of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 v6. If you're looking for all the details of v6, then check out @MicoolPaul’s post: Until now no bigger problems were discovered or reported. There's only a known issue, that the CPU load in idle is higher then usual; no big issue, but if you want to solve that, there's a hotfix available: https://www.veeam.com/kb4294 One change, which didn’t get much attention so far, is the newly designed setup: I really like the new fresh look, compared to the old setup. It’s clean, modern and good looking. And it also updates the Veeam Explorers during the setup/upgrade process; in previous versions, those had to be manually installed. Want a comparison to the old setup? Here’s how it looked in v5. What do you think? Which setup is the better one?
Hi, I have one VBR Server 11 wherein I have created the SOBR having capacity tier of azure blob. While creating SOBR I have defined move policy with 0 days. My retention policy is 7 days with 1 full and 6 incremental. My requirement is to move the data onto azure blob automatically as soon as it reaches to performance tier. In my case data is not offloading to azure blob and veeam is taking its default counter of every 4 hours with 0bytes of data offloaded to azure. Can anybody help? Regards,Sunny
Hello, 3 days ago I upgraded Veeam Backup & Replication from 11 to 11a (184.108.40.2061).Since then in the notifications in case of Warning I’m not getting the Details anymore.Actually I know the details of the warnings because they are “historical” and I can still see them in the console, but why they are not written in the e-mails anymore? (see example picture attached, the last column is empty even in case of Warning)Thanks for your help.
Customer is running backups of their VM’s at PROD site to at SOBR and running a backup copy for that job to their DR site (also to a SOBR). They want to replicate some key VMs to their DR site as well and was hoping to seed those replicas from a the backup copy at the DR site. Apparently seeding replicas from a backup (or backup copy) on a SOBR is not supported. Trying to understand why not and how to work around this other than going back to non-SOBR backup repositories?
We attempted a disaster recovery test for servers backed up at Wasabi and 7 of our 8 servers recovered just fine. We have a decent sized file server (2.4 TB) that won't restore from the capacity tier storage. It gets to the same point each time and fails. We have a support ticket and have attempted some fixes and no luck. We would like to clear out both the performance and capacity tier of this one server so that it can create a new full backup at performance and then send the new backup to wasabi. What is the optimal way to clear this out? Just select this server from that object storage and select delete from disk on that server? Or should I create a new job with this one VM and run it?
I have installed Veeam B&R Community Edition. I have to take backup from x.x.x.6 to x.x.x.10I have successfully created Backup Repository for x.x.x.10Now I am creating Protection Group where in I am adding x.x.x.10 from where I have take backup. As soon as I Test the credentials (Either Local Host / Domain ) in both cases I am receiving the below error. I tried to OFF the Windows Defender but then also no success. Kindly advise
Hello to share a new vulnerabilitySpringShell attacks target about one in six vulnerable orgs (bleepingcomputer.com)(1) New Messages! (checkpoint.com)Spring4Shell: Detect and mitigate vulnerabilities in Java Spring | Dynatrace | Dynatrace newsWhat is Spring4Shell?Spring4Shell is a critical vulnerability in the Spring Framework, an open source platform for Java-based application development. Because 60% of developers use Spring for their main Java applications, many applications are potentially affected.Spring is popular because it enables software engineers to more easily write and test code to maintain modular applications. Other libraries enable developers to become less dependent on enterprise web servers and, therefore, reduce configuration complexity and cost.Spring4Shell is one of three vulnerabilities published on March 30:Spring Core RCE (critical): CVE-2022-22965 a.k.a. Spring4Shell or SpringShell Affected library: org.springframework:spring-bean Information exposure in Spring
hello everybody, i want to backup my server ubuntu to external repository (Google cloud storage).i find folder result backup from veeam on google cloud storage. How to restore from the google cloud storage file to vm like Aws EC2 or GCP ? This file a result SOBR from veeam to google cloud storage
Veeam Backup & Replication supports and understands vSphere tags allowing the creation of Backup and Replication Jobs by selecting VMs to backup based on Tags.Tags concept was introduced in vSphere 5.5 and basically it is a label you can assign to any object (VMs, storage and so on...) in the vSphere inventory. You can assign a tag to a specific category to better identify a VM type or simply the installed OS.The use of Tags during Jobs configuration is pretty easy to configure. In the configuration wizard click Add button to add objects to backup. Click the tag icon to display VMs and Tags, select the item you want to include in the job then click Add.Using Tags you no longer need to edit a specific Backup or Replication Job to add or remove a VM. A simple click in the Tags panel of the particular VM in vSphere Client does the trick.No Backup tag?... why you should use it? Well, the No Backup Tag can be used to specify which VMs are not included in any backup on purpose. In big en
Today, we lose a Veeam Legend! For those that don’t know, you can’t be a Veeam Legend if you’re employed by Veeam. And that is what we celebrate today! 🥳 @Mildur officially joins Veeam today as a Product Management Analyst.I’m proud to call Mildur a friend (and Detective, Detective Friend?) since first meeting him here on the Community Hub back in 2020. It doesn’t take long to observe the depth of knowledge and passion he has for Veeam products and he shares this freely with the community. Today Veeam have taken on an amazing addition to their family.Congrats Mildur!
Hello Team, I am working on a project where customer would like to backup their M365 data (mailbox, onedrive, sharepoint etc.) using Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 and also backup Azure VMs using Veeam Backup & Replication. I see Azure has both these available in the market place. So if I use them and deploy them directly on Azure Subscription it is good enough right? Or should I need any other instance of Veeam Backup and Replication or Veeam Backup for M365 in on-premise infra or Azure VM etc.? Cause I saw this video - Here I see the Veeam is installed else where and we are trying to connect to cloud appliance. So I am confused
Hi team, I have a new backup I am running that is failing at the first full. It fails and says that it cannot find a VMDK file that is located in an excluded disk. The error reads: “Processing servername Error: File 'X.vmdk' was not found. This disk is a USB attached storage device, but it was added to vmware as an iscsi drive so that we can exclude it in VBR. I have double checked the disk exclusions and confirmed that I have told the job to only back up the correct disks (the disks that aren’t this USB attached storage). I have also checked the checkbox to remove excluded disks from configuration. The file is present in vcenter. I checked. I can’t figure out what is going on and why this job is failing due to a file that should not even matter because I have excluded from the job, the disk the file is located on.
This is more of a processing issue but . . . I have one VBR system that processes some rather large file servers. We’re going to be setting up Scale Out Repo to Wasabi into an object locking bucket.When Veeam locally merges the latest incremental into a new full, does it push the complete newly created full out to the bucket or is there some magic that happens where Veeam is only updating the current full that’s sitting out in the cloud. People with small internet pipes want to know. With a small domain server it’s no big deal to push 20gig but when it’s 25TB…..I’m also going to assume since Veeam is in control of the object locking and retention, I won’t have to figure out when things will be unlocked and the magical merge is going to happen.Thanks ahead of time.
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