I was recently made aware that Veeam have released the 2021 edition of the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) exam. If you’ve already got a VMCE 2020 certification, or have taken the VMCE 2020 training course within the past year, (or even been lucky enough to already take a seat on the VMCE 2021 training course)… Continue reading Veeam Certified Engineer 2021 Exam Released & Reviewed
Ready to talk about VeeamON 2021? I am! I’m going to be delivering a session at VeeamON this year, read on to find out all the details!
Ensuring you protect your public cloud workloads can require you to adapt your approach, but in this post, we’ll discuss how we can still meet and exceed our 3-2-1-1-0 best practice rule.
Today, I’d like to talk about creating and scoping realistic and enforceable RPOs and RTOs for your Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) policies and Service Level Agreements (SLAs) within your organization. As every organization will have different requirements the focus of this blog post is on general considerations for shaping your policy. Additionally… Continue reading Designing Meaningful Recovery Point Objective (RPO) & Recovery Time Objective (RTO) Policies
Happy Friday everyone! I’m honoured to announce that I’ll be participating in Veeam’s V11 Crowdchat alongside some truly talented members of the community. It’s taking place on the 17th March 2021 at 2pm GMT. Check it out!
With some veeamazing new features available in the v11 suite of Veeam products, there’s a lot to talk about, but if you’re an existing customer it’s important to know what updates you’re getting for free based on your license!
Morning, Just a quick reminder that Veeam v11 is launching TODAY! If you haven’t already, click here to register for the event! Here’s the time the launch event kicks off in some time zones: AWST (Australian Western Standard Time): Midnight (25th Feb) EET (Eastern European Time): 6PM EST (Eastern Standard Time): 11AM GMT (Greenwich Mean… Continue reading Last Call: Veeam v11 Launch Event & Updated Veeam Documentation Now Available
Everyone likes receiving good news. Today I’m delighted to publicly share the good news that Veeam informed me of on Wednesday. I’ve been accepted into the first intake of Veeam Legends. What are Veeam Legends? To hear it straight from the wonderful Kseniya of Veeam you can read here. In essence though, the Veeam Legends… Continue reading Veeam Legend 2021!
So I had a unique support case recently, a customer using Veeam Agent for Linux with mixed success, they had one particular server that worked fine during implementation and then after a week the backups had started to immediately fail. The server was unable to load the veeamsnap module. Veeam themselves have a great article… Continue reading Veeam Agent for Linux – Failed to create Volume Snapshot / Failed to Load Module [veeamsnap]
I just wanted to remind people of Veeam’s stance towards supporting multiple editions of products with the impending release of v11 and the all-star collection of upgrades we’re about to receive. Veeam have three stages to the end of the lifecycle of a product version: Stage One: End of Fix Veeam focus their development on… Continue reading Reminder: Veeam Support Stance when new Product Versions are released (e.g. v11)