Veeam, once a niche company with a unique product has been growing at a serious rate the past couple of years is releasing their biggest update in 10 years.
Scott Lillis, VP of Systems Engineering, stopped by the BWW Media group podcast booth for a quick chat about what young coders need to know, what he looks for when recruiting and a lot more.
Veeam is looking to move beyond the on-premises data center and has announced that they will soon be supporting Amazon’s cloud platform.
Tony Redmond explores some things he found out or explored during the week, including a solid DLP roadmap for Office 365, how BMC Remedy creates incident tickets from DLP audit events, that Veeam now offers a backup for Exchange Online, how QUADROtech’s ADAM plans to drag public folders into the 21st century, and more.
Veeam has announced a suite of new tools that will be coming later this year that will make it easier to backup, recover and migrate data in your data center.
Veeam has released their updated availability suite, V9, that has 250 enhancements over the prior version of the software.
vSphere based backup solutions such as VMware Data Recovery and Veeam Backup and Replication v5 rely on vSphere’s snapshot technology to backup live VMs, which excludes Fault Tolerant VMs as they do not allow snapshots. In this article, Tom Finnis explains how to use custom scripts to work around these restrictions and enable regular scheduled backups of Fault Tolerance protected Virtual Machines.