Topics started by FrankIversen
How to create direct connection from Veeam Agents to Wasabi
Is it possible to make the traffic from Veeam Agents go directly to Wasabi instead of going through our VSPC/VCC server? This will create a lot of network traffic and engress cost for us in Azure. In the manuals it says we should create cloud connect repository (with f.ex) wasabi. Was hoping that even this sets the Cloud Connect Repository in Veeam Agents, it would understand it was an object storge and route the backuptraffic directly to Wasabi itself.
Move Veeam 365 Azure image from one subscription to another
I am having a hard time trying to migrate our Veeam365 (azure marketplace image) VM in Azure to another subscription, due to Microsofts restriction regarding move VMs with a plan attached. My latest idea was to use Azure Recovery Service to replicate the vm, and then do a permanent failover. The ASR supports cross-over subscription so it would do the job.When doing the failover, I get an error saying that I need to accept the terms of the image vms.This should be done with the azure cli command: az vm image accept-terms --urn veeam:office365backup:veeamoffice365backup:3.0.0have also tried with the subscription id in the paramteres, but the results is the same:The VM image can not be found. I guess its because its an older vm-image which Veeam now doesnt offer on that azure marketplace. So where can I go from there..? I am starting to perhaps use Veeam for this just case but before spending more time it would be great to now if this Plan paramteres is somehow following the imagedisc in
Veeam Backup for Azure v5 - new features?
I am having a hard time finding any information regarding the v5 which will come this month.Does anyone have a sources for new features, compability and what we need to know?Was asked by deploy this for a customer this morning from the new v12 vbr console, but doesnt seem like the azure plugin for vbr is updated since it said you would need v11a..I just saw Veeam had a webinar for v5 2 days ago, sorry I missed that, but perhaps there is a recording?Would also be interesting to hear if Veeam backup for Azure does have a better fit than Veeam Agents for small azure customers with 1-5 vms? with veeam agents, vspc v7 and the seucre mode we can backup directly from the veeam agent to wasabi, with immuability without going through our vcc/vspc server regarding the traffic. How does VBA compare?
Veeam V12 upgrade
Actually I have tried to install v12 RTM as a in-place upgrade on 4 customer servers now and all fail.Veeam support has been on remote session and we will continue the work tomorrow since it also failed at last attempt after hours of troubleshooting. Would be interesting to hear if there is anyone else who has been issues with the upgrade? The servers I have tested has the latest v11 build and server 2016. Very simple deployments with few config settings so no big issue. But so far I am a bit concerned to start upgrading larger deployments.
Azure, Amazons and then Wasabi..?
We have been using Amazon S3 with immutability for years and its been working great at every restore, both in test and in production. But I must admit I have been waiting a long time for the Microsoft Azure Immutability to be in place and now with V12 it seems be at rest, at last! :) It will make it more streamlined since we can buy/subscribe the Azure Plan at our NCE/CSP-distributor at it will automatically fall under the customers name which then again will be in place on the monthylt bill. Great! But then I just started to read about Wasabi which really seems like an affordable solution, and even at much better pricing than Amazon/Azure.. How is that even possible..? With the V12 they have also appeared in the UI for the object storage and I guess they are know among the most interesting companies. I was wondering if anyone have any experience with Wasabi, and how you are comparing the offers/pricing from Azure, Amazon and Wasabi? As a Microsoft-shop we try to standardize as much we
Service Provider Console - Cloud connect neessary?
A few years ago we were a Service Provider with a Cloud Connect setup and offered our customers Cloud Connect Repositories. We then saw tjen object storage really started to take off it would be costly to maintain a datacenter with this service compared to the prices object storage was offered by the hyperscalators! We then started a partnership who ran Veeam Cloud Connect environemnt with service provider console. so we could still track and monitor our customers backupjob etc. but the backup now went to the object storages. I am just wondering, is it necessary to deploy a cloud connect environment at all to just use the service provider console for monitoring jobs, update the agents etc.? I can see in the marketplace (Azure) there is a dedicate appliance with the service provider console. Would that be enough to maintain our clients? We are now using Wasabi for repositories. I guess I am having a hard time to see what we would gain from the cloud connect environment these days? (Perh
Reporting template for disaster recovery test
I was wondering if anyone have a nice Word-template I could use for reporting the results of disaster recovery tests. It doesnt need to be created dynamically from the data of the test. The report is meant for the board members and the CEO on a higher level. So its basically just a nice, clean layout (of course a Veeam logo somewhere...) but also look professional.
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