So in B&R v12 it is possible to directly backup to an object storage - same is valid for the agents if I’m not mistaken. Testing the current beta hasn’t given me that option to choose an object storage as target repository, so I guess it can only be achieved in combination with B&R? Or does it still have to be developed? Thanks!
Hi, quick question. We are moving to M365 for email. Our Veeam infrastructure will remain on-premise. Per Veeam literature, says that I can backup my 365 mailboxes to any location, inclusive of on-premises. If we backup our 365 mbxs back down to our local infrastructure, will there be any egress bandwidth costs assessed by Microsoft? So if I have 1TB database now on-prem, and we move that to M365, for that very first backup, should I expect Microsoft to assess some bandwidth costs for that 1TB pull? Moreover, for any subsequent backups where presumably only deltas from the prior are processed, will I see transport costs there too?Thank you in advance.Cheers.
Hi,Task is to backup our customers Sharepoint365 to Azure storage.Customer is without on premise solutions except bunch of laptops, no mailboxes are used (mail is hosted elsewhere) , so plan is to use “Veeam backup for MS 365” from Azure marketplace, some blob storage and licenses of course. My question is : if i backup only Sharepoint how much licences do i need?Regards, Drazen
Hi there,I’ve created a backup repo in my Veeam for 365 backups and also specified an extent to offload to Azure:Since that’s live I have no backup data on my local disks other than some sort of a cache… looks like everything has been pushed to Azure. Is there a way to still have local backups and then offload to Azure like we do with Veeam B&R ?Thank you.
Hi,we are moving a lot of environments to Azure cloud and we already have 150 Blob storage containers configured to make the backups using Azure Backup. The problem is that they offer only 300 days of retention policy and i need more time for LTR and granular backups (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) for compliance and governance purposes. As we are studying to move the backup workloads to VAB and VBR at azure, but we felt that this feature for blob storage container its missing in the VEEAM tools for Azure.This amount of blob storage container it is just the begining, because aplications moved to Azure will use their individual storage account, instead of using a centralized file server to persistent data.Thanks a lot and hope you guys help us with this request.
Interesting Scenario here. I have a VERY isolated environment separate from my production environment. The SAN is the only thing that shared between environments. No networking at all. Is there any license wizards in here who could tell me if this is supported, or if the following would be against the Veeam license rules? In this isolated environment we don’t have Veeam. We are in the process migrating all of those servers to our production environment , but I’d like to archive one to tape before hand to free up 50TBIf I were to do a storage snapshot of the VM’s volume from within Veeam (Same SAN) , I could then run an instant recovery to our production environment. While its running from the Storage Snapshot in our production environment, I’d like to do a VeeamZip, then export it to tape from the VeeamZip. It should be no different than exporting to OVF and importing it into production from vCenter which wouldn’t be against any license rules and it does save me moving 50TB 2 times
Hi Team, I would like to verify if we will backup the NAS (which is located in Prod), how can we replicate it to the other site? via Backup Copy job?I believed veeam replication is for VMs only, but customer have NAS and must have a copy as well in DR sitereference; https://forums.veeam.com/file-shares-f57/nas-backup-copy-job-with-restore-points-t64904.html Thanks
I would very much like to have ANY storage target be allowed to be targeted/used for a SOBR capacity or archive tier. As a for instance… the primary performance tier for the SOBR lands on a RAID 10 of either HDD or SSD and then rather than being forced to use object storage for the Capacity and Archive tiers it would be possible to simply offload to another repo that sits on a much slower but more capacity efficient RAID 60 array of disks. That would be much appreciated. That’s just one example of course, but the point is that I would like to have the system admin ultimately determine what they want to qualify as “performance”, “capacity”, and “archive” worthy storage. If they determine that based on their needs that the “performance” tier is a RAID 10 of SSD and their “capacity” tier is a RAID 10 of HDDs, and their “archive” is a RAID 60 of HDDs… let them be the judge of that. Don’t force their hand into using object storage.For all anyone knows, what the backup/storage admin want as
At a custmer side they deployed enterpise manager and connect backup server in it. but in a case format the machine and reinstall it but the problem is backup server popup please manage it like they want or update your lic key. but backup server told please manage the server with enterprise manager case ----is enterprise manager is not availablei want to remove my machine with enterpise manager .
Running Veeam B&R 188.8.131.521 (11a? and fairly current)I was advised by our veeam rep to use a backup copy job to accomplish what I was trying to do. Basically:we have a daily backup job to disk with 60 days of restore points, and weekly full backups on Saturdays. I want to move a copy of ONLY the weekly full from this job to a different datastore that’s part of a scale-out repository, most specifically to use the backup copy job’s ability to apply GFS retention to what it’s copying Unfortunately the scheduling options for the periodic backup copy job leave a lot to be desired.The only option you have is “run this job every X days at Y time” - that’s it.Considering that normal backup jobs get a wide variety of scheduling options (most importantly in this case “run on specific day of the week” or “run after specific backup job”) it seems odd that none of these extremely useful options are available within backup copy jobs.Instead the only option is “run every 7 days” which means I
I signed up for a 30 days trial for the MS365 backup. I am backing up my Exchange server into a local repository. I was wondering if MS365 fails. How do we recover from the files we have in the local repository? In other words is if MS365 one day decided not to function anymore. How do we recover our exchange files from the repository that Veeam back up to?
Hey guys, in this link it says veeam cannot backup failover cluster with CSV and CSV will be excluded if you are backing up that cluster. https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backup/agents/cluster_support.html?ver=110Is there recommended way to backup those volumes? Can volume or file level backup solve this?
Guten Tag zusammen, eine neue Backupumgebung soll eingerichtet werden. Daten werden aktuell auf einer NAS im Raid 1 gespeichert.Für die Zukunft möchte ich auf 3-2-1-1-0 gehen. Das heißt eine zweite NAS, eine Externe Festplatte/Band + Cloud Anbindung.In der Infrastruktur gibt es keinen Server. Wäre Veeam hier trotzdem eine Möglichkeit, mein Backup umzusetzen? Wenn ja habe ich vorerst 2 Fragen:Worauf läuft Veeam? Da es keinen Server gibt? NAS? Wie binde ich ein Offlinegerät an, wenn ich kein Server mit einem Bandlaufwerk habe? Viele Grüße und Dankeschön für die Hilfe,PG
Hi,I am performing few tests with Veeam Community Edition 11.x on Windows 2019 Server. I created a Volume image backup job (say, D:) ; but I dont see any indication about CBT driver being used. I also dont see any indications in logs, and also no driver on the System.Does Veeam Community Edition 11.x uses CBT for VolumeImage backup? Also, any information to be sure that CBT driver is used would be helpful.
Dear All, I would just like to know, if I want to protect my Azure workload using Veeam backup for Azure by downloading the preconfigured appliance available in marketplace, Can I use Veeam universal licenses file onto it. I dont want to create any VBR Server either on-premise or hybrid. Any help or support is highly appreciated. Regards,Sunny
I performed a full backup on one of the Severs via Veeam Standalone backup agent. I want to test if that “full backup” is an accurate one.So, what I would like to do it restore that “full backup” on a different VM or a Windows Server. So I can compare. Is it possible?
Investigating another issue where 2 VM’s have GPU’s thus VMware will not allow a snapshot of the VM’s. I am sure this question has been asked before, how can I backup these VM’s? They are running on vSphere 6.7 and the machines are Red Hat Linux 8 using an NVIDIA GPU. Also have a question about the jobs. All the VM’s were added using the vCenter server at the top level. So when these VM’s fail it seems to me the entire job get’s killed. These 2 VM’s fail, then I get a message all VM’s have been queued for processing and then a job error/failure message and it ends.
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