Tag Archives: Veeam

Deploy Veeam Cloud Connect for large environments in Microsoft Azure

Veeam Cloud Connect is a solution to store backups and archives in a second datacenter such as Microsoft Azure. Thanks to this technology, we can easily follow the 3-2-1 backup rule (3 backups; 2 different medias; 1 offsite). Last time I talked about Veeam Cloud Connect, I deployed all Veeam roles within a single VM. This time I’m going to ...

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Host Veeam backup on Storage Spaces Direct

Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) is well known to host virtual machines in the disaggregated or hyperconverged model. But S2D can also be used for backup purpose as a backup repository. You can plan to implement a S2D cluster in the dissagregated model to host virtual machines but also to store backups. Because Veeam Backup & Replication can leverage a repository ...

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Make a Veeam backup copy to Microsoft Azure

Veeam can make a backup copy from On-Premise to Microsoft Azure. This is possible thanks to an appliance available on Microsoft Azure called Veeam Cloud Connect. Thanks to Veeam Cloud Connect you can make a backup copy to Microsoft Azure. This enables to follow easily the 3-2-1 backup rule (3 copies on 2 different medias and on 1 remote site). ...

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Quick start with Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5

Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 has been released last month and supports Windows Server 2016. Veeam Backup & Replication is mainly a backup solution for virtual machines hosted on VMware or Hyper-V infrastructure. In this topic, I’ll focus on Hyper-V (and VMM). Veeam works at the host level to backup VM. That means that an agent must be installed in ...

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