Released: Veeam Availability Console Update 1

Today, Veeam Availability Console Update 1 (Build 2.0.2.1750) was released. This update improves on our multi-tenant service provider management and reporting platform that is provided free to VCSPs. VAC acts as a central portal for Veeam Cloud and Service Providers to remotely manage and monitor customer instances of Backup & Replication including the ability to monitor Cloud Connect Backup and Replication

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Installing and Managing Veeam Agent for Linux with Backup & Replication

With the release of Update 3 of Veeam Backup & Replication we introduced the ability to manage agent from within the console. This was for both our Windows and Linux agents and aimed to add increased levels of manageability and control when deploying agents in larger enterprise type environments. For an overview of the features there is a veeam.com blog

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vBrownBag TechTalks at VMworld 2018 – The Power to Catapult!

VMworld 2018 is fast approaching and in the last 24 hours, notifications where sent out to those lucky enough to have their session submissions accepted. Having been on the wrong side of that email multiple times I understand the disappointment that comes with not having a session accepted. The great news about VMworld is that there is another way to

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Using Terraform to Deploy and Configure a Ready to use Backup Repo into an AWS VPC

A month of so ago I wrote a post on deploying Veeam Powered Network into an AWS VPC as a way to extend the VPC network to a remote site to leverage a Veeam Linux Repository running as an EC2 instance. During the course of deploying that solution I came across a lot of little check boxes and settings that

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Quick Look – Backing up AWS Workloads with Cloud Protection Manager from N2WS

Earlier this year Veeam acquired N2WS after announcements last year of a technology partnership at VeeamON 2017. The more I tinker with Cloud Protection Manager the more I understand why we made the acquisition. N2WS was founded in 2012 with their first product shipping in 2013. Purpose built for AWS supporting all types of EC2 instances, EBS volumes, RDS, DynamoDB

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Released: NSX-v 6.4.1 New Features and Fixes

Last week VMware released NSX-v 6.4.1 (Build 8599035) that contains a some new features and addresses a number of resolved issues from previous releases. I will go through the new features in more detail below however a key mentions is the fact that vSphere 6.7 is now supported, also meaning the vCloud Director can now be used with NSX-v 6.4.1

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Public Cloud and Infrastructure as Code…The Good and the Bad all in One Day!

I’m ok admitting that I am still learning as I progress through my career and I’m ok to admit when things go wrong. Learning from mistakes is a crucial part of learning…and I learnt a harsh lesson today! That Infrastructure as Code is as dangerous as it is awesome…and that the public cloud is an unforgiving place! Just learnt a

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Quick Post – Configuring Key Based Authentication for AWS based Veeam Linux Repository

I’ve been doing a little more within AWS over the past month or so related to my work with VMware Cloud on AWS and the setting up of EC2 instances to use as Veeam Linux Repositories. When deploying a linux based instance in AWS you set a key pair to the instance at the time of deployment. You then download

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VMware Cloud on AWS, Veeam Powered Network and Veeam ONE …my Session Roundup for VeeamON 2018

Yesterday I posted an article highlighting my top picks for VeeamON 2018. The one thing I didn’t list in that post was my own sessions for this years event. This year I’m presenting three sessions in the Cloud Powered track and I am lucky enough to be joined by three awesome co-presenters for each session. All three sessions focus on specific

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