Hello all, I have just finished the week at VeeamOn and what a week it was. It was great to catch up with old friends, and meet new ones. And lots of cool customers to chat with was also very good indeed. I loved introducing people to VAO and give them ideas on how to … Continue reading Newsletter: May 19, 2018
Hi all, A wonderful week here in Anchorage Alaska visiting customers. I really like enabling people to survive DR events. I really appreciate how much customers like Veeam, it is a real honor and pleasure working with them. I am going to be at VeeamON after all and I look forward to meeting and visiting … Continue reading Newsletter: May 12, 2018
Hi all, Another week at home. Nice! My lab is still getting fixed up after the adventures - but now my Cisco firewall died. So had to bring up rather suddenly a new one - UniFi Security Gateway, and it was a little different that my previous firewall experience. It is not like other firewalls … Continue reading Newsletter: May 5, 2018
I often use my lab on the road for demo's and to prove that something works or doesn't work. On one of my last trips, or the one before that, my View license - provided thanks to vExpert, had expired and I had forgotten to update it. So I was not able to use my … Continue reading Add Veeam PN to my home lab
Hi all, Another very busy week and so glad it is the weekend! I hope everyone had a better week then I did! For example, I thought I would get an iDRAC working in my R710 fairly quickly. But it actually took 2 hours. I wrote about it here since I really want no one … Continue reading Newsletter: April 28, 2018
Hi all, As you may recall I had a small issue with water leaking from above into my infrastructure. I escaped any water damage in my computer gear but I did lose a storage array. I have an R710 I am not using and I am going to make it a storage array. Very nice … Continue reading Making iDRAC6 work with R710 – it wasn’t easy!
In Veeam Availability Orchestrator (VAO) you have by default the ability to protect virtual machines by vSphere tags, and it works pretty good. However, I know a customer who is on vSphere 6.0 and tags are not working so they need a new method of selecting VMs to be protected. It turns out we have … Continue reading So, you cannot use tags to protect your VMs?