Quick Post – Backup & Replication v10 Certified for vSAN 7 Data Protection

VMware still represents a strong focus for the foundation of our core platform supportability. VMware workloads are still easily the most protected workloads by Veeam Backup & Replication. In addition to that, we have also always been aligned with VMware vSAN, having offered deep backup awareness since the release of Backup & Replication 9.5. We […] Read More

v11 VeeamON Enhancements In Focus

During the VeeamON 2020 Technical Session we previewed new features and enhancements across our platform. I posted a quick review covering the platform updates around Backup for AWS, Backup for Microsoft Office 365 and Availability Orchestrator. In that review I touched on the Backup & Replication features and enhancements but didn’t go into any great […] Read More

HashiConf Digital – Top Session Picks

HashiConf Digital gets underway shortly and will offer three days of technical sessions and workshops attracting an estimated 6000 attendees from around the world and is open to all. My faith in virtual conferences was restored last week with a well executed VeeamON conference, so i’m looking forward to attending a few sessions virtually to […] Read More

Quick and Easy Hosting with Amazon Lightsail

I’ve written before about how AWS offers complex simplicity when it comes to its plethora of service offerings. Without some education, the average user isn’t going to be able to login, create an instance and have an application configured without some prior knowledge. There is a lot of implied learning of AWS’s console and service […] Read More

#VeeamON 2020 – Top Session Picks, Tech Demos… All Free Online!

VeeamON (Live) is happening next week and while we should have already been done and thinking about next years 2021 event after the completion of a successful 2020 edition in Vegas… we are instead looking forward to an online event that will be different in delivery, but hopefully not different in true Veeam essence. When […] Read More

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