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Reading Time: < 1 minute VeeamON 2024 will be in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from June 3 to June 5 2024. After there will be, probably, the usual VeeamON Tour, around the world, put those small local events are not comparable with the big event. The pillars of this year are data protection, intelligence, and security and how they are converging.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Veeam® Software has announced that will deliver support for Proxmox VE in its Veeam Data Platform. Support for this virtualization platform has been a popular request from Veeam’s existing small and medium-sized business (SMB) customers and service providers. General availability for Proxmox VE support is expected in Q3 2024. For more information, visit https://www.veeam.com. 

Reading Time: 2 minutes Veeam has acquired Coveware, a leading provider in cyber-extortion incident response. Coveware combines aggregated ransomware case data, refined negotiating techniques and sound financial and operational controls to achieve superior ransomware incident response and recovery for our clients. The company created Recon and Unidecrypt, two proprietary software packages for cost analysis and ransomware decryption, respectively.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Veeam Backup & Replication support for KVM was limited, at the VM image level, only to Nutanix AHV and RedHat Virtualization (RHV)… until now. Of course, is possible to use Veeam Agent to manage the backup of workloads on different type of hypervisors, but having a native image level backup support is important to improve backup speed, simplicity and also have fast recoverability. KVM solutions are growing fast, but it’s a fragmented world, with too many variants and dialects. Now Veeam is announcing the support for Oracle Linux KVM!

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.

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