Last week, Veeam and Nutanix have published a joint technical paper, regarding the best practices to use Veeam Backup & Replication v7 in a Nutanix infrastructure, when running VMware vSphere. The paper is 20 pages long, it has been written by myself and Derek Seaman, and you can download it here. This post however is about what’s “not” written in that paper, its story, and what I learned from this great experience.
After the recent release of VMware VSAN, there has been a series of blog posts from some of my peers talking about the design considerations that VSAN has brought. If you read them in the order they were published, you can follow the conversation that is going on: VSAN – The Unspoken Truth by Maish Saidel-Keesing […]
Today Nutanix is announcing its new 3.5 release of their own software. As a partner I had the chance to attend a quick preview of this new version, and I should say the news are really interesting. First of all, it’s important to note that each new feature will be available to all customer with […]