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I am currently working on setting up VBR backup to Data Domain and noticed that Dell and Veeam have different recommendations for compression.Dell (https://www.dell.com/support/kbdoc/en-ca/000194977/veeam-backup-replication-with-powerprotect-datadomain)Veeam (https://www.veeam.com/kb1745)Does anyone want to chime in on what they have found to be best practice?Thanks!
I created a test Backup Copy Job for a test to a new cloud provider, naming the job “provider test”. Now I am switching to that provide and even with a new Copy Job the Server is appearing under the test job name.How can I rename job listed under Backups/Cloud to the new Copy job name?
Hi TeamI have a customer where we have configured VBA for AWS backups across different tenants..KMS encryption configured for at the repository level.VBA integration with VBR using the VBA plugin to assist with centralized licensing and a single pane of glass for VBA management has also been configured.Customer was hoping he could create a backup copy job of data residing on AWS to an Azure or GCP bucket.Would this be possible ? If Yes How and if not possible would it be possible to configure a backup copy to a different region within AWS itself. Was unable to bringup any details of the same .Someone from Veeam presales had stated that it would be possible with regular password encryption and not KMS but how would this be achieved. ThxKarun
Hello Canada!Attend the regional virtual Central and East Veeam® User Group meeting, Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 12 p.m. ET.Mario Marquez and Alex Crandall will share lots of useful ransomware information in this one-hour session. Join to learn about ransomware best practices and how Veeam delivers protection with:Secure Backup Instant recovery at scale Disaster Recovery Orchestration And more!This is a great time to ask the Veeam Systems Engineers your technical questions and see a live demo.Register
Hi I read through Gostev newsletter of this new integration also with GCloud.I'm impressed how the Veeam suite progresses technologically and keeps up with the new technologies.Secure Google Native Backup & Recovery (veeam.com) Has anyone tried this feature yet?Opinions?Discuss: D
The VMware Converter has failed to convert correctly the virtual disk.- Convert task success.- hd1 size error (vShepere vCenter : 0 / no disk detected (vSphere ESX, General View) / hd1 8 GB (Edit Settings ESX). NB : VMDK= 33 GB, Thick provisionning.As said by “https://hyper-converged.com/2020/03/06/migrate-vm-from-hyper-v-to-vmware-with-veeam-v10/”Veeam 10 can migrate a VM from Hyper-V to VM-ware. Does anyone had this issue and had fixed it with “Instant VM Recovery” of VEEAM 10 ?Is a VEEAM Licence for VMware and for Hyper-V needed ?
Hi guys One of our customer migrated all his workloads to Azure. For backup compliance he defined all workloads have to be backed up daily to AWS S3 immutable object store.So we have Veeam Backup for Azure for IaaS and NAS Backup for Azure File Share.Now my struggle is real. When I backup the file share with NAS Backup I’m not able to write the data to AWS on daily base, only “Keep previous file version” works. I used a scale-out backup repository with capacity tier the s3 immutable store and the setting “Copy backups to object store as soon as they are created” and “Move backups to object storage as they age out the operational restore window” but nothing happened.Also the Azure IaaS Backup Copy job does not work as expected. As backup repository I need to specify a scale-out repo because directly to object store is not possible. With same scale-out repo as above the local stored elements will not be deleted. Does anyone have any experience and/or suggestions?Kind regardsDaniel
https://www.veeam.com/news/veeam-announces-new-aws-backup-and-recovery-capabilities-for-cost-effective-and-secure-backup-with-amazon-rds.htmlcouple of headline features Support for backup and recovery of Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) settings — even across AWS accounts and AWS Regions — for troubleshooting, disaster recovery and dev/test purposes Role-Based Access Control to delegate roles and access permissions for backup and recovery operations, streamlining operational efficiencies while ensuring data protection meets security and compliance regulations Support for AWS Outposts, enabling organizations to use the same Veeam-powered AWS-native backup and recovery they use for on-premises AWS Outposts deployments
Hello everyone,wouldn’t it be nice if we could see the duration of every backup job inside the Veeam Service Provider Console?I am pretty sure I could see this kind of information before in the following view, when the tool was still called Veeam Availability Console.I guess this is a feature that has been removed.What do you think? Daniele
You have Enterprise Manager in your infra? What would you add or take out of? how much use is it giving you?
In VBR v11 v11 there are several improvements on User Interface –Console And Enterprise Manager But are you using all the features that Enterprise Manager has?One of them In v11 there will SAML For vSphere Self-Service Portal•Added support for SAML accounts (e.g. at service providers)•External users and groups•Group quotas have usual behavior•Delegation mode: vSphere tags
Hi, Has any one had the below error on the new CDP Proxy function on B&R v11?Source Proxy Replicator error: encryption; Cannot decrypt message, possible due mismatching key.I can see that the disk are replicating, but now and then it shows the error? Note this is a new CDP job
Hi Everyone, I have been documenting the learning curve and journey and continued on to exploring what managed Kubernetes offerings there are from the public clouds, this is not the end of my content creation on this topic but it covers the main 3 (at least in my region) Getting Started with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) - Azure CLI Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) - Azure PowerShell Getting Started with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) I will keep adding additional links as I get them published, as always open to feedback here. Expect to see some OpenShift being covered and VMware Tanzu options soon enough.
A very interesting feature in Veeam Backup for Office 365.You can get an email alert when data from defined users is accessed in VBO V5.I think this would be a great feature for the “normal” Exchange backup, too.https://benyoung.blog/get-a-notification-when-restricted-user-data-is-accessed-in-veeam-backup-for-office365/ Thanks to Ben Young for the detailled description.
A lot of us are really busy and while it is nice to read the “create your own Kubernetes” posts, sometimes you just don’t have time to do so. If you just want to jump in and learn to swim as @Rick Vanover said in the last Weekly recap 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wn7m1F3lvI then there are some ready to go free clusters that you can play around with. My favorite is the O’reilly Katacoda kubernetes playgroud https://www.katacoda.com/courses/kubernetes/playground but many big cloud providers will give you some free time to evaluate as well. A nice full list has also been composed by a github user name salaboy and learnk8s with various contributors here https://github.com/learnk8s/free-kubernetes Kubernetes is very much a hands on technology. The more you practice the easier it gets. Good luck and most importantly have fun!!
Full details here: https://www.veeam.com/kb4135 Shoutout to @AnthonySpiteri for blogging about this! Anthony’s blog post goes into more detail about this and is well worth a read! https://anthonyspiteri.net/veeam-backup-for-office-365-v5b/
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