Posted by Didier Van Hoye on February 11, 2021
Evolution and trends in backup storage for Microsoft environments with Veeam in 2021

More transparency, fewer hardware restrictions, freedom of choice, clarity of control, and immutability — that’s where backups are headed. Microsoft has been taking too long to adapt its ReFS to those consumer demands. Veeam and Linux, on the other hand, leverage those trends and offer immutability with reasonable freedom of object and cloud storage choice.

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Posted by Romain Serre on February 2, 2021
Restore Office 365 data from Veeam Backup for Office 365

Learning how to configure Veeam Backup for Office 365 is great but restoring an O365 tenant is a whole other story. To follow this article and complete the necessary actions, you’ll need to install the explorer console provided with Veeam Backup for O365 on your server. Then, a user-friendly interface will take you through the restoration procedure.
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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on January 26, 2021
Veeam Hardened Linux Repository – Part III

Part 2 discussed adding the Linux server to Veeam managed servers and adding immutable repositories, along with incompatible configs that Veeam’ll block if you try using them. Today, you will learn about the entire configuration deeper: how immutability works, scenarios with bad actors, how they can succeed, and how to test if all is working fine.

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on January 21, 2021
Veeam Hardened Linux Repository – Part II

Part 1 discussed what a hardened repository was, how Veeam B&R V11 had everything to achieve that, and how to set up Linux for those purposes. Now, you will learn how to add the Linux server to Veeam managed servers and how to add immutable repositories. You’ll also learn about incompatible configs that Veeam will block if you try to use them.

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on January 19, 2021
Veeam Hardened Linux Repository – Part I

Veeam Backup & Replication V11 introduced the ability to build your own immutable, hardened backup repository. There’s no more need to use third-party compatible solutions, like WORM disk storage or others. Now, you can do that using any server with storage that meets the requirements plus several supported Linux distros and XFS.

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Posted by Romain Serre on January 14, 2021
Backup Office 365 with Veeam Backup for Office 365

No one needs to tell that the efficiency and variety of security measures that keep your system up and running have gone quite up in recent years. However, you can’t be ready for everything, so it’s good to make sure your backup’s got your back, in this case – for Office 365 users.

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Posted by Didier Van Hoye on June 23, 2020
A compact, high capacity, high throughput, and low latency backup target for Veeam Backup & Replication v10

Contemporary Enterprise-grade environments have all-out unstoppable demands. Apart from exceptional redundancy and uptime, such infrastructures need impeccable backup. It must be in a hardened, non-domain joined setup that’s independent of the fabrics and workloads it protects, abide by the 3-2-1 rule, and have a small footprint.

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Posted by Romain Serre on March 10, 2020
Backup your NAS with Veeam Backup & Replication 10

Veeam Backup and Replication 10 has just recently been released, and one of its more exciting features is the ability to back up a NAS. The latter is frequently used for diverse workloads, which include huge amounts of unstructured data. It’s often served chaotically, and it’s in a risk of being lost if there’s no specific fast redundancy mechanism in place.

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Posted by Vladan Seget on February 6, 2020
Veeam Backup and Replication 10 with Linux Proxy

Although you still won’t be able to install Veeam on Linux and the new Linux proxy won’t be superior to Windows Proxy in performance, there are certain benefits to consider still. For example, Linux has a smaller disk footprint, it doesn’t need a license, and it can act as a gateway server. Subsequently, there will be easier ways to maneuver within you backup.

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Posted by Romain Serre on November 21, 2019
Restore a VM to Azure from Veeam

Veeam enables to restore a VM to Azure from the latest recovery point. The main goal of this feature is disaster recovery. In case of failure, you can restart VMs in Azure. This feature can also be used to migrate the workload from On-Prem to Microsoft Azure. You can also restore a VM in Amazon EC2. In this topic, we’ll see how to restore a VM from Veeam to Microsoft Azure.

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