Backup for Microsoft 365 v6 …Self Service, Object Storage Enhancements and More!

Great news this week, with the GA release of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 (VBM) version 6.0 (6.0.0.367). This new version again builds on the 5.0 release that added Team support as well as further enhancements around performance, reporting and APIs. Version 6.0 is focused on the addition of a self service portal, as well […] Read More

Released – Backup for Microsoft 365 v6 Self Service Portal

No doubt that one of the biggest requests for our Backup for Microsoft 365 product since it was released has been the desire for user driven self service restores. While the request had been strongly from our Cloud and Service Provider partners, our Enterprise customers have also been requesting this feature and would also benefit […] Read More

VeeamOn 2022 – Back at the Aria in Vegas!

What can I say…it’s been a long time between drinks and looking back on the past couple of years it’s certainly been a frustrating time for us in the tech industry. As technologists, we haven’t really been able to do the job that we love…that thing is attending events, networking and talking about the technology […] Read More

Released: Backup for Red Hat Virtualization v1a

This is a quick post to highlight the updated release build (version 1.1.11) of Veeam Backup for Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) that was released a few weeks ago on the 9th of February. This release addresses a number of bugs in the Public Beta release and can be used into production by customers with support […] Read More

Revisited – vRealize Network Insight … Now with Cloud!

One of the things I wanted to do this year was get back into technologies, applications, platforms or solutions that I have drifted away from over recent years. The reason for this is two-fold… Firstly, I’m interested to see how far they have progressed over the years (or maybe they have not) and secondly get […] Read More

Debunking Decentralized Storage

There is a lot of FUD around crypto at the moment, with a large number of technologists remaining ice cold and almost combatively against the thought of the next wave of the internet being built on Blockchain on what is being touted as Web3. I’m clearly on the side of Web3 and what it offers […] Read More

2022 Tech Trends In and Around the World of Data Protection

Late last year, I was part of a working group that aimed to come up with the top tech trends in data protection for 2022 and beyond. Being a Technologist, part of my job is looking forward at emerging trends in technology and seeing how they fit into current day operations and what enhancements, if […] Read More

Migrating WordPress the Easy Way!

Yes… I still prefer WordPress! Just like how I prefer running MacOS these days for its relative simplicity and minimal operating overheads, so to have I come to the realisation that WordPress is still the best choice of platform for this blog. I have toyed with Ghost and in fact I am running a few […] Read More

Real World Kubernetes – Working with .htaccess files for WordPress

Real word Kubernetes… that is a slightly tongue in cheek title however in reading through a lot of blogs and how-to’s around Kubernetes, I never get a sense of real world application for Infrastructure and Platform Ops who are trying to get their hands dirty or even just understand what it is to run production […] Read More

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