Instant Recovery is one of Veeam Backup & Replication (VBR) outstanding features. With it you can start your workload directly from your backup repository. For example you can start a VM from backup without recovering it before. New in v11 is the ability to start Microsoft SQL Server Databases (DB) instantly from backup. Previously it was possible to publish DBs, but this was not intended […]
This blog series is about small new features and improvements making administrators life easier. I also want to show how it works respectively looks like. This second post is about tape with these topics: Tape Consolidation Full Tape Restore New column in Tape view Tape verification Limit used drives in job Maintenance mode Restore – Tapes needed See also these categories in part 1: Console […]
There are a lot of big feature new in Veeam VBR v11. To name just two: Hardened Repository Continue Data Protection This blog series is about small new features and improvements making administrators life easier. I also want to show how it works respectively looks like. This first post is about these categories: Console Backup jobs Topic of Part 2: Tape stuff
In Veeam Backup & Replication (VBR) there are a few ways to select VMs for backup. One of this is to use VMware vSphere tags. New in v11 is the possibility to combine vSphere tags for VM selection. I want to show how this works.
This post is about new possibilities in Veeam Backup&Replication (VBR) for scripting SureBackup jobs with PowerShell. These new features are available since v10 and will get important enhancements in v11.
These days I investigated the possibility to export Veeam Backup&Replication (VBR) console job log programmatically with PowerShell. Read here how this can be done.
This post is about a new feature in Veeam Backup&Replication v11: Hardened Repository. This means immutable backups. It will massively increase security on repositories. Read here how it behaves.
This post is about a great new feature in Veeam Backup&Replication v11: Hardened Repository. This means immutable backups. It will massively increase security on repositories. With immutability enabled, root access is needed to delete or change backup files. Read here how it (just) works and how it behaves.
When backing up on XFS repositories for example with Veeam Backup&Replication, XFS feature reflink can be used for Fast Cloning. I wrote already a post about checking Microsoft ReFS space savings. Now I want to show some basics to check XFS savings too.
In this post I share a small PowerShell/PowerCLI script to check if VMs get backed up by Veeam B&R. If you do not run VeeamONE, it can be challenging to check if every VM that should be backed up, is really backed up. For checking this, this script should be helpful.