Instant VM Recovery is one of the coolest feature of Veeam Backup & Replication. Regardless of the size of a VM, it allows to have it back in production and running in few minutes, because it’s not actually copied back into the production datastore, but directly executed from a backup file. It’s main use is to restore completely broken or lost VMs, but what if you want to restore a single VMDK, maybe because the original VM is fine and you only need one of its virtual disks? usually, a disk restore would require a complete binary restore into the production datastore, and if the disk is quite large it can take some time. What if you would be able to use Instant VM Recovery also for a single VMDK, instead of having to remove the old VM and swap it with the new one?
The hype around the new vSphere 5.1 is going strong these days, and many people downloaded and installed it as soon as the binaries were available. Many of them installed it upgrading their current 5.0 environment, but they got many problems with Veeam 6.1 jobs failing with errors. In one sentence: vSphere 5.1 is NOT […]
L’eccitazione per il nuovo vSphere 5.1 è alta in questi giorni, e molte persone l’hanno scaricato e installato appena è stato disponibile. Molti hanno provveduto ad aggiornare gli attuali ambienti 5.0, ma stanno incontrando numerosi problemi con Veeam 6.1 e i job di backup che falliscono con errori. In una sentenza: vSphere 5.1 NON è […]