In the previous post of this series, we installed and started the configuration of Veeam Availability Console. In this second part, we are going to look at the rest of the initial configuration, and plan for the first customer onboarding.
As Veeam is soon to release the final version of a new solution, called Veeam Availability Console, I started to study this software, since it’s a key component of Veeam strategy for Service Providers, which is my main focus as a Veeam employee. In this series of posts, I will explore the software, its architecture, how it works, and what can be done with it. In this first post, we’ll start with a bit of theory, and we’ll see how to install and configure it.
I’m a Mac user since many years, and I always used MacBook Pro notebooks only. I never had any problems to find good alternatives to each Windows software I was using before, even the less common ones. And just as a last resort, there is always a Virtual Machine (XP before, now 7) running inside […]
Utilizzo Mac da diversi anni, e sempre e solo portatili MacBook Pro. Non ho mai avuto particolari difficoltà a trovare un’alternativa a un software Windows, anche i più strani. E in casi estremi, c’è sempre stata una virtual machine Windows (prima XP, adesso 7) eseguita tramite VMware Fusion. Per la parte hardware invece, i problemi […]