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Veeam Vault #11 – VBR, Veeam ONE, VAC Releases plus Important Update for Service Providers

Welcome to the 11th edition of Veeam Vault and the first one for 2019! It’s been more than a year since the last edition, however in light of some important updates that have been released over the past couple of weeks and months, I thought it was time to open up the Vault again! Getting […] Read More

Released: Veeam Availability Console v3.0 – Reseller, Licensing and Scalability Enhancements!

A couple of weeks ago, Veeam Availability Console v3.0 (3.0.0.2647) was released. With this major update, VAC is now the central Console providing management and monitoring of Veeam Cloud and Service Provider partner offerings. Not only does it build on the previous releases, but also looks to place VAC as a critical component of any […] Read More

Important Updates for VAC, VBO and Veeam ONE … Update 4 is Coming!

Things are moving here at Veeam with the impending release of Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 4. In preparation for the release there have been a number of update patches released for our supporting platform products. Importantly for our Veeam Cloud and Service Providers who are expected to receive RTM details any day now, […] Read More

Veeam Availability Console 2.0 Update 1 Important Patch Release

Earlier this month a patch was released for Veeam Availability Console 2.0 Update 1. Contained in the list of fixes is an important note about those that manage Windows Agents through VAC that are sending backups via backup copy jobs. In short there was an issues with the reporting and billing leading to some incorrect […] Read More

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 […] Read More

Cloud Connect Subtenants, Veeam Availability Console and Agents!

Cloud Connect Subtenants have gone under the radar for the most but can play an important role in how Service Provider customers consume Cloud Connect services. In a previous post, I described how subtenants work in the context of Cloud Connect Backup. Subtenants can be configured by either the VCSP or by the tenant consuming a Cloud […] Read More

Upgrading Windows Agents with Veeam Availability Console

One of the Veeam Availability Console’s key features is it’s ability to deploy and manage Veeam Agent for Windows. This is done through the VAC Web Console and is achieved through the connectivity of the providers Cloud Connect Gateway to the tenant’s Veeam Backup & Replication instance. Weather this is managed by a service provider […] Read More

Veeam Availability Console now available from Azure Marketplace

Last week the Veeam Availability Console Azure Marketplace appliance went live. This allows Veeam Cloud and Service Providers to easily deploy VAC into any Azure region. In it’s previous incarnation the Managed Backup Portal was only available as an Azure marketplace appliance and not available to install by a VCSP. Now that VAC 2.0 is […] Read More

Cloud Connect and VAC Portal Maintenance Modes

Lately i’ve been digging deeper into the Veeam Availability Console and have been wrapping my head around it’s extended feature set. With that I thought it would be good to start a series of short blog posts pointing out examples of how certain parts are configured and what is happening under the covers. To kick […] Read More

Veeam Availability Console – What’s in it for Service Providers

Today, the Veeam Availability Console was made GA meaning that after a long wait our new multi-tenant service provider management and reporting platform is available for download. VAC is an significant evolution of the Managed Backup Portal that was released in 2016 and acts as a central portal for Veeam Cloud and Service Providers to […] Read More

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