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Reading Time: 6 minutes Veeam plug-in for Oracle RMAN can be used for transactionally-consistent RMAN-based backups of Oracle databases and in some cases (as described in the previous article) it could be the only way (or the preferred way) to manage Oracle database backup. Probably the best way to manage it is from the Veeam Backup Console, as described in the previous article. But it’s also possible manage it manually.

Reading Time: 6 minutes Veeam plug-in for Oracle RMAN can be used for transactionally-consistent RMAN-based backups of Oracle databases and in some cases (as described in the previous article) it could be the only way (or the preferred way) to manage Oracle database backup. In this post, we will see how use it in amanaged mode, buy automatically installing and configuring it via the Veeam Backup Console.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Veeam Backup & Replication offers two options to protect Oracle databases: You can use both or one of the options depending on your environment specifics and approach to handle Oracle databases.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Since version 4.x, VMware vSphere provides native API to perform image level backup of running VMs: VMware vSphere Storage APIs – Data Protection (formerly known as VMware vStorage APIs for Data Protection or VADP). Those API are based on VMware snapshot to create a readable base VMDK disk that can be easily copied by a compatible backup solution using a full transfer or using incremental transfer with Changed Block Tracking (CBT) feature.

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Reduced Downtime Upgrade (RDU) is a new mechanism introduced in vSphere 8.x for upgrade/update the self-managed vCenter Servers with a minimal downtime (lesser compared to normal upgrade/update procedure). What is the Self-managed vCenter Server? It’s a vCenter Server that manages its own ESXi host and its own virtual machine. More information are available in KB 92659 (vCenter Server upgrades with the reduced downtime).

Reading Time: 2 minutes In Windows Server 2019 there were four different editions: But with Windows Server 2022 there are some changes in the different editions.

Reading Time: 2 minutes There were some rumors about the future of the End-User Computing Division (the “EUC Division”) in VMware. This division includes several producs like Horizon and Workspace ONE, along with common platform services of data, identity and workflows.  Today, KKR announced the signing of a definitive agreement with Broadcom to acquire its “EUC Division” in a transaction valued at approximately $4 billion. Upon closing of the transaction, which is expected to occur later this year subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals, the EUC Division will become a standalone company, with greater access to growth capital and a dedicated […]

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