HPE: How to configure HPE StoreOnce Catalyst Copy in Veeam Backup & Replication v10

Greetings friends, we have finished the series of Veeam and HPE StoreOnce, or maybe not? Reviewing the Veeam v10 documentation, I have seen that Veeam now supports Catalyst Copy, which is nothing more or less than replicating backups from one StoreOnce to another using all the advantages of HPE StoreOnce Catalyst. Without having to reinflate and deduplicate again, etc. I have decided to split this series into several blogs, to make it more comfortable for you to consume, please click on the article that suits you best:

A quick look at HPE StoreOnce Catalyst Copy with Veeam Backup & Replication

I leave you with this detailed diagram in which we can see the data flow. We have our VMware Infrastructure, Hyper-V or Nutanix, then we have Veeam and proxies, which can be physical or virtual, launching backups to a StoreOnce HPE, or several, local.The normal thing once we have this, is to launch a second copy to another HPE StoreOnce in another location or Datacenter, to comply with the 3-2-1 rule:

HPE: How to configure Veeam Backup & Replication with HPE StoreOnce and Catalyst Store

Greetings friends, we arrive at the last entry about HPE StoreOnce for now, today we will talk about how to present a Catalyst Store in Veeam Backup & Replication. Remember that we have been talking about the great HPE StoreOnce, the appliance par excellence of HPE that allows us to achieve unthinkable ratios of deduplication, in addition to giving us extra security as immutability for our stores, replication, etc. I have decided to divide this series into several blogs, to make it more comfortable for you to consume, please click on the article that suits you best:

How to configure a StoreOnce Catalyst Store HPE as a Veeam Backup & Replication Repository

If we have followed the steps of previous blogs, we already have our HPE StoreOnce Catalyst Store created and ready to be consumed, in the Veeam console, we will go to Backup Infrastructure:

HPE: How to configure HPE StoreOnce VSA G4 to create a Catalyst Store

Greetings friends, we continue with this interesting series very about one of the best veterans in the art of storing backups for years, without giving any problem. I'm talking about the great HPE StoreOnce, the HPE appliance par excellence that allows us to achieve unthinkable ratios of deduplication, in addition to giving us extra security as immutability for our stores, replication, etc.I have decided to divide this series into several blogs, to make it more comfortable for you to consume, please click on the article that suits you best: We have seen in the previous entries what is HPE StoreOnce, and how to download and deploy the VSA G4, today we will see a quick look at the interface of HPE StoreOnce and how to create a Catalyst Store.

A very quick look at the GUI of HPE StoreOnce VSA G4, and how to activate the free 1TB license

Let's start by getting our free 1TB license, for life, which will allow us to store quite a lot of backups, since it is 1TB once it is deduplicated, and if you give us a 20:1 ratio as promised, this would be 20TB 🙂We logged into our HPE StoreOnce to get our Serial Number:

HPE: Deploying HPE StoreOnce VSA G4 in VMware vSphere 7

Greetings friends, we continue with this very interesting series about a veteran player in this to store backups for years, without giving any problem. I am talking about the great HPE StoreOnce, the HPE appliance par excellence that allows us to achieve unthinkable deduplication ratios, as well as giving us extra security such as immutability for our stores, replication, etc.I have decided to divide this series into several blogs, to make it more comfortable for you to consume, please click on the article that suits you best: Without further ado, let's go to the second article, today we will see how to launch the image we downloaded in the first article and its initial configuration.

HPE: What is HPE StoreOnce? And how to download HPE StoreOnce VSA G4 in VMware vSphere 7

Greetings friends, we begin a very interesting series about a player who has been a veteran of storing backups for years, without giving any problems. I am talking about the great HPE StoreOnce, the HPE appliance par excellence that allows us to achieve unthinkable deduplication ratios, as well as giving us extra security such as immutability for our stores, replication, etc.I have decided to divide this series into several blogs, to make it more comfortable for you to consume, please click on the article that suits you best: Without further ado, and as this is the first article, we are going to learn more about this technology, some history, indicative prices, etc.

What is HPE StoreOnce?

Does data growth leave you struggling with complex, distributed, and expensive data protection? Do you have data that is not being protected because backup windows are not long enough or backup jobs are failing? Do you want to use local, or cloud-based storage to take advantage of hybrid data protection? Are you concerned about the threat of ransomware?If we've answered all or any of the questions positively, then we'll most likely need HPE StoreOnce. Specially designed for disk-based, deduplication, cloud-integrated backup systems that provide automated backup, data recovery, and data retention for hybrid IT.

Looking for the Perfect Dashboard: InfluxDB, Telegraf and Grafana – Part XXVIII (Monitoring HPE StoreOnce)

Greetings friends, a new week is a week with a new dashboard, this is so, I would like to be able to offer you many more use cases, with many other technologies, but time is very limited and I only have some nights to prepare this.Today we are going to see a very interesting topic, I was talking about HPE StoreOnce in previous posts, so as you can imagine, today this Dashboard is about this technology, from which we will extract information using the RESTful API that it brings with it.Once you have finished this tutorial, you will have something similar to this, it is better to give it several days or weeks to see the full potential:In awesome light-mode:In the always Matrix-look dark-mode: