Years ago I worked at Symbian software (later to be taken over and destroyed by Nokia and Microsoft but that’s a story for another time), there I deployed Connected Data protector which was an amazing (if expensive) tool for doing backups of users desktops and laptops on demand. It
Starwind have very kindly provided me with an NFR licence so that I can try test our, and blog about their cloud VTL product. Announced at VeeamOn, the StarWind cloud VTL product is a Virtual Tape library that can be added to a server, over iSCSI and will present a
After attending VeeamOn last week, I wanted to highlight a few things that Veeam announced during the conference as there were certainly some interesting advances to Veeam, all coming soon.
Universal Storage API
Veeam have always been good at adding additional storage vendors to the direct backup list which allows
Something I've come across a few times over the last couple of weeks is people asking for a Hyper-V cluster because management are demanding HA and 100% uptime.
The problem is that a Hyper-V cluster will only provide HA for the physical hosts that make up the cluster and not