Browsing Posts tagged KVM

Reading Time: < 1 minute During the last HPE Partner Summit (at HPE Discover 2024), HPE announced of a new KVM-based hypervisor capability for GreenLake private cloud. The new KVM hypervisor virtualization capability is being previewed at HPE Discover this week and will be available as a beta program, with the release scheduled as part of HPE Private Cloud Business Edition in the second half of 2024.

Reading Time: 2 minutes StorMagic has just announced a new HCI (hyperconverged infrastructure) solution called SvHCI, which combines a hypervisor and virtual networking with the provider’s proven virtual storage technology used by thousands of customers around the world. This full-stack HCI solution is purpose-built for edge and small to medium-sized business (SMB) environments and includes StorMagic’s in-house 24x7x365 customer support.

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 

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: 2 minutes NAKIVO has just released a new solution to back up and recover Proxmox VM data. Proxmox Backup Solution by NAKIVO that is already available to download.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Red Hat Virtualization is one of the different virtualization platform available. It was one of the first OpenSource platforms with a good management layer and quite general to virtualize Linux but also Microsoft Windows workloads. Built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), it features management tools that virtualize resources, processes, and applications—giving you a stable foundation for a cloud-native and containerized future.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Veeam Software has finally announced the availability of the new Veeam Availability for Nutanix AHV, a “Backup & Replication” version for Nutanix Acropolis Hypervisor (AHV). In this way Veeam extend the supported (on-prem) hypervisors to the three majors: VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Nutanix AHV. Considering that also Nutanix it’s multi-hypervisors, the combination of Veeam and Nutanix can give the best. Still there isn’t a native solution for other KVM based hypervisors, but those workloads can be protected with the Veeam Agents.

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