A quick post to announce you the availability of Patch 1 for Veeam Backup & Replication 7.0. the new patch raises the build number from 22.214.171.1240 to 126.96.36.1995 (so check the build numberafter the upgrade). An important note, this patch DOES NOT introduces support for vSphere 5.5 or Hyper-V 2012 R2, support for the latest […]
In a Veeam Backup & Replication environment with a high number of jobs, being sure the configured settings are all the same can be a tough task. Even if there are defined procedures to create new jobs, and every IT admin has these procedures, an error can always happen.
If you have few jobs to check, you can think about opening all of them one by one anche verify this parameter, but as the number of jobs grows, these checks becomes nearly impossible.
A nice solution is to leverage the complete Powershell support offered by Veeam Backup & Replication.
As usual with any new release, Anton Gostev, Director of Product Management at Veeam (or better, the man behind Veeam Backup & Replication), has just published the complete “What’s new” paper about the upcoming latest version of their product. If you can’t wait to read it, you can download it here. As always, marketing has placed […]
Have you even wondered how it felt to foresee the future like Cassandra? Well, last week I felt a little bit like her… You are going to find in the next few days many articles about the new features of Veeam Backup & Replication 7, kept secret until today. I would like to tell you […]
Veeam has accelerated it release pace about the new upcoming features for the next major v7 version of Veeam Backup & Replication. It took a month between the first announcement (support for vCloud Director) and the second (integration with vSphere Web client), but yesterday after only a week it came out the third news, that […]
Application recovery in Veeam Backup and Replication has always been great. Thanks to their Instant Recovery technology and its ability to power up any VM at any restore point directly from the backup file, it’s possible to have a VM up and running in few minutes without waiting for long restore times. Depending on the […]
Veeam Backup & Replication allows users to choose among several different backup methods to fit their need. Each method has its own strenghs and weeknesses, and there is always a tradeoff between used space on the backup storage and the amount of activity (both from the cpu and the IOPS generated on the storage) required to complete the backup.
However, backup designers often evaluate only the used space, keeping low attention on the impact each chosen method has on destination backup I/O. This is fundamental in the choice of the backup appliance so that backup times do not go over the desired backup window.
We will analyze in this paper the available methods and their pros and cons. We will assume standard disk storage is used; different analysis may be required if deduplication storage appliances or other different systems are used.