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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: 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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Reading Time: 4 minutes During the recent SHIFT 2023 event, Commvault has charted the future of cyber resilience using the power of AI to achieve the most powerful cyber resilience across the hybrid landscape. The event was an in place event (in New York City on November 8), followed by a series of global simulcasts on November 9 in local time zones.

Reading Time: < 1 minute Using Veeam Backup & Replication, sometimes you may find a strange failure error in your backup jobs: The job will fail and the related VM is not saved.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hot-add trasport mode is a valuable solution for serveral environment, but is not necessary the fastest (see Slow speed in hot-add transport mode backup) or the best solution. But for some environments (for example VMware vSAN) it’s the recommended approach. But in VMware vSphere 6.5 and 6.7 that can be some issues using hot-add on proxy with a huge number of virtual disks. Note that this issue is resolved in ESXi 6.5 P03 and ESXi 6.7 U1.

Reading Time: 5 minutes During the first European Tech Field Day Extra (at VMworld EU in Barcelona) one of the companies was Veeam with an interesting session. Veeam does not need any introduction because it’s well know both in the data protection world and in the virtualization ecosystem. There were Doug Hazelman (VP or Product Strategy and Chief Evangelist at Veeam Software), Rick Vanover (Product Strategy Specialist and Community Manager at Veeam Software) and Luca Dell’Oca (EMEA Evangelist at Veeam). Of course one of the session’s topic was about the Veeam Availability Suite, but the main theme was how Veeam solves […]

Reading Time: 2 minutes Veeam Software, during the VeeamON event, has a announced Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE, a simple and free standalone solution that enables users to back up Windows-based laptops and desktops to an internal or external hard drive, a NAS (network attached storage) share or a Veeam backup repository. One of the misunderstandings of Veeam Backup & Replication product is that it cannot handle the backup of physical system: this is not exactly true. For virtual machines Veeam remain still an agentless backup solution. But you can register Windows (or also Linux) physical machine inside your infrastructure and […]

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