Service Providers

Scale Out Backup Repository Object Storage

v11 For Service Providers – Extending Cloud Based Object Storage for Longer Term Retention

When Veeam Backup & Replication v11 went Generally Available on the 24th of February I posted the What’s in it for Service Providers blog. In that post I briefly outlined all the new features and enhancements in v11 as it related to our Veeam Cloud and Service Provider Partners. As mentioned each new major feature […] Read More

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Technology, Partnerships and Choice

Before I joined Veeam I spent all my career working for service providers. I spent my first 7 years working for a hosting provider working on Windows and Linux systems. At that stage there was really no competition around in terms of what platform you hosted a website on… if the developer was writing in […] Read More

Service Provider Console v4 Important Patch Release

Last week, Patch 1 was released for Veeam Service Provider Console v4 which brings the build to 4.0.0.4911. Contained in this patch is a number of enhancements and resolved issue that cover monitoring and reporting, licenses, server fixes, agent fixes and there are also a number of resolved issues relating to both included RESTful API versions […] Read More

Veeam Availability Console v3 Important Patch Release

Today, a new patch was released for Veeam Availability Console v3 which brings the build to 3.0.0.2725. Contained in this patch is a number of fixes that covers reporting and licensing, server fixes, agent fixes and there are also a number of other resolved issues including some RESTful API fixes as well as for those […] Read More

vSphere 6.7 – What’s in it for Service Providers Part 1

A few weeks ago after much anticipation VMware released vSphere 6.7. Like 6.5 before it, this is a lot more than a point release and represents a major upgrade from vSphere 6.5. There is so much packed into this new release that there is an official page with separate blog posts talking about the features […] Read More

What’s in a name? VSPP to vCAN to VCPP

Prior to VMworld there where rumours floating around that the vCloud Air Network was going to undergo a name change and sure enough at VMworld 2017 in the US, the vCAN was no more and that the VMware Cloud and Service Provider program would be renamed to the VMware Cloud Partner Program. There has been […] Read More

Attack from the Inside – Protecting Against Rogue Admins

In July of 2011, Distribute.IT, a domain registration and web hosting services provider in Australia was was hit with a targeted, malicious attack that resulted in the company going under and their customers left without their hosting or VPS data. The attack was calculated, targeted and vicious in it’s execution… I remember the incident well […] Read More

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