Hello all, Another long cold week, and I am certainly looking forward to spring, or heading out again, and maybe to somewhere warm. But we will see. Lots of the time in the lab, and some of it on new software which is exciting and will be very good for people that want to survive … Continue reading Newsletter: February 23, 2019
Hi all, I have been using Veeam Backup & Replication off and on for a long time. One of the things I have not used often, until lately, was the guest application consistency. I really like it, the way it can do a proper application consistent backup of SQL or Exchange and yet manage the … Continue reading Working with Veeam Application Consistency!
Hello all, I have a drive issue in my Nexenta storage array. And I want to increase the amount of storage - I originally did it with 5 1 TB drives, and I wanted to improve resiliency so I can handle a drive failing without an issue. When discussing this with a friend - Michael … Continue reading Increasing storage, and resiliency in my Nexenta Array!
Hello all, Another busy week in the lab. It was also bitter cold. Still is in fact. BBQ last night in bitter cold was sort of tricky. I did get a few articles done - one on using Veeam agents to protect your laptops, and another on how you can get Veeam ONE to do … Continue reading Newsletter: February 16, 2019
I wanted to protect a laptop user who I pretend travels the world. Compared to past methods of using the Veeam Agents to protect it I found things a little more difficult so I am writing it up here for me to remember but also help you. I am doing this with Veeam Backup & … Continue reading Want to protect a roaming laptop user with Veeam?
Hi all, I mentioned, when talking with a customer, about how I had to update my Visio of my home lab with the changes I had done recently. There were groans and I asked why. The amount of work to update Visio diagrams. I said there was very little work as I had a tool … Continue reading Want a Visio of your lab? Veeam ONE can do it for you!
Hello all, I hope that this finds everyone well, and hopefully enjoying the weekend too. It was a long week for me, as I had to finish the rebuild of my lab after the array died along with other actual work. I not only rebuilt it but I rebuilt it more realistic in terms of … Continue reading Newsletter: February 9, 2019