Veeam Cloud Connect reference architecture, the book that I wrote two years ago, is now available as an online book that you can read or download as pdf, mobi or epub.
I’m working on some heavy lab tests in these weeks, plus I’m travelling a bit more than usual, so my blogging activity has slowed down a bit. As I’m catching up on the news I read around, I found two different articles that can give to all of us a good perception about two things about the public cloud, or the so called “hyper-scalers”. They have insanely massive resources, but as insane as they are, they are not infinite.
Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 has just been released in its GA (General availability) version yesterday, which means that every customer can download the new version and upgrade their own installation. While you download the software, let’s have a look at the What’s New document. There are as usual some really interesting things!
VeeamHub is a new github repository for the Veeam community, curated by Veeam engineers and architects. Here you can find scripts and other useful code.
After many years thinking about writing one, and many years never being able to do so, I was finally able to write a technical book. Topic? Veeam Cloud Connect.
This August I will present together with my colleague Clint Wyckoff at VMworld 2016 in Las Vegas. Our session is going to be a technical deep dive in one of the upcoming features of Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5, dedicated to service providers using vCloud Director.
I’m moving internally in Veeam from Evangelist in the Technical Product Marketing to the EMEA Pre-Sales team as a Cloud Architect.
It’s no doubt Scale-out Backup Repository is one of the biggest and most talked new feature of Veeam Backup & Replication v9. I wrote a new whitepaper to guide readers in exploring and learning how to get the best out of this new exciting technology.