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Morning,Just a quick one that I saw on @Gostev’s “The Word from Gostev” that there are big plans to review the platforms and products supported by Veeam. This is a full overview from Hypervisors to application aware processing and physical agent support so please make sure to air your opinion here as it impacts all of us:https://forums.veeam.com/veeam-backup-replication-f2/system-requirements-for-our-2022-release-t72617.html
I recently posted a blog about my book in publication and you can order it now. Please check it out and if you want a great resource it is well worth it. There are reviews being posted as well to check out.https://just-virtualization.tech/mastering-veeam-backup-replication-10-published/
If the answer is obvious and I don’t see it: sorry for my question!In a large customer setup, SureBackup is managed by script (cusomized: https://www.virtualtothecore.com/can-test-1000-vms-veeam-surebackup/). So VMs are dynamically added by a Application Group. For a long time, we put just one VM into the group. SureBackup jobs failed when this VM failed - most often because of timeout. Now we increased to two VMs per run. Now I see job is skipping second VM when first VM fails. My question: Is this a designed behavior with Application Groups? Did not find the answer in the helpcenter.
Hello All...We are moving from one Veeam Cloud Connect Partner to another. We have already finished the migration. We have disabled all of the Backup Copy jobs to the old partner and are ready to sever our relationship. However, we want to make sure that the VCC Partner does not have access to the remote repos. We do not suspect they will do anything but we just want to cover our bases. I know when a backup copy job is created there is a setting to “Allow Veeam Cloud connect partner to manage this repo”. Is it a simple matter of unchecking that box to prevent access? Or should we completely delete the VCC partner from the service provider window? We would like to avoid deleting them for a week or so since we still do not have 7 days of retention with the new provide so we want to option to get to that data if needed over the next week or so. So will unchecking allowing them to have access achieve what we want?ThanksDave
v11 was officially Launched and GA’ed last week meaning customers could get their hands on the next flagship release of Veeam Backup & Replication. Since then we have already had about 15,000 downloads! This is why we offer our Cloud and Service Provider Partners an RTM build two weeks in advance of GA… So What’s in it for Service Providers?… a lot!https://anthonyspiteri.net/v11-veeam-service-provider/
During Microsoft Ignite participants of the Cloud Skills Challenge will receive a free exam voucher for certain cloud certifications.You can read the details here: https://csc.docs.microsoft.com/ignite/registration/March2021With the voucher one of the following exams can be booked:This exam offer is exam-specific and only redeemable for select Microsoft exams. Eligible exams include: AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator DP-100: Designing and Implementing a Data Science Solution on Azure MS-700: Managing Microsoft Teams MS-100: Microsoft 365 Identity and Services MS-101: Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security DA-100: Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI SC-200: Microsoft Security Operations Analyst SC-300: Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator SC-400: Microsoft Information Protection Administrator In order to participate you'll need to register for MS Ignite and complete on of the challenges. If you're not registered then visit this link: https://register.ignite.microsoft
Are you tired of typing kubectl over and over again?Hi Folks,If any of you are planning on taking the CKA or CKAD certification exams bear in mind that effective use of your time is very important for passing because they are both hands on practical exams with no multiple choice questions. I completed the last question of the CKA in the final minute of the exam!You can save a lot of time by creating aliases. So instead of having to type constantly kubectl you can create an alias k and type this instead. It is up to you how many you want to create during the exam but for daily work life these aliases are also huge time savers.Ahmet Alp Balkan has a great script to create many aliases for your home labs or work. If you are like me can just pick and choose a few and create them. https://github.com/ahmetb/kubectl-aliasesHere is a simple example to create a k alias for kubectl:open the .bashrc file in your home directory with your favourite editor Type in the alias (I normally put mine rig
Hello Veeam Community! For 2 days consecutive I receive this error below:This is a Linux VM as a file server running on ESXi enviroment. So, today, after I run this job mannualy I can see a health check on it. It lasted almost 40 minutes during the job. I don’t know what it exactly means. But now, everything is working properly! Did you already see or hear something like these?
Well if you applied to the Veeam Vanguard Class of 2021 here - Veeam Blog - Get ready for 2021 Vanguard class! you should be receiving your email today.I am happy to have been accepted for a 4th year now into such an amazing program. Here is to all those renewed and new Vanguards.
Hello All,If you missing the Veeam v11 launch event today, the official link is here, and register to watch,What’s new in Veeam Backup & Replication v11And the additional information is attached following link.Here is Veeam v11 resources URL, Veeam has updated their help center documentation, Download Veeam Products, and version comparison ready for the release today.Veeam v11 sharingCheck it out and learning all veeam v11 new features
Afternoon! I raised a case with Veeam about the RTM that I don’t believe has made it into the GA in time so thought I’d mention here.Scenario:Latest Veeam v10a in a distributed deployment, with dedicated roles to each server. Attempting to upgrade to v11.Issue:When upgrading Enterprise Manager to v11 when it is the sole Veeam product installed, the main setup executable from the v11 ISO will incorrectly report that only v9.5u4b and above are supported for upgrading to v11.Workaround:After a discussion with Veeam support this is purely an issue with the main setup launcher reading an old attribute (this wasn’t elaborated on further). It is still supported to browse to the Enterprise Manager section of the ISO and run the installer from there. It will detect it is a supported upgrade path and install as expected.
Hi Everyone, I have just moved over to Kasten on loan from Veeam to really focus on the Technical Community and Content. I thought I would ask the Veeam community about your experiences so far into the learning journey of Kubernetes and Cloud Native technologies. I have been on this learning curve for the past 2 years and there is still quite a bit to tackle and as always in technology you can go as far and as wide on all areas of learning. I have started to document this for the blog my building out an environment in my home lab. I want to see how you are all navigating this? Any training methods you have found? Are your companies starting to or into the Kubernetes journey? and here is another one, how long before we see this trend become our normal, most likely alongside virtualisation which we all know and love today. Finally I would love to hear from you if you have Kubernetes or Kasten blog content because we want to share this as wide as possible.
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
Hi guys, want to make you aware of a major update on the VBO Best Practice guide available at https://bp.veeam.com/vbo. With the update mostly being v5 content I’ve also updated the base technology to improve the search massively and included a nice section on Least Privilege access based on my scripting efforts.All constructive feedback is welcome!
Hi, greeting from newbie last month, our neighboring company was attacked by ransomware,it become worst because their datastore is encrypted too, they still use vmware 5.5 from investigation, they analyze that one server made network drives directly to the datastore,that's why ransomware is able to attack and encrypted the datastore. i want to know if it is possible to create a network drive directly? if attack the datastore is possible, I think veeam replicated server will be useless.
I had created a topic earlier about my book coming out - Mastering Veeam Backup & Replication v10 - Packt/Amazon Today I will be posting on my blog which will then go to LinkedIn and Twitter. I am working with Packt on a book giveaway for 5 people that comment on the LinkedIn post and will put up a review of the book as well. My blog is here - https://just-virtualization.tech So be on the lookout if you want your chance to win a free paperback copy of the book. We are also giving away some of the e-books as well I believe. Best of luck to all.
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 ?
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