Greetings friends, if we remember the introduction to this series on how to create a Disaster Recovery plan with Veeam in Microsoft Azure, we had the following diagram: In the diagram we can see how between the two locations we are using Veeam PN for connectivity, in this article today we will see the step-by-step steps to deploy and configure VeeamPN in both locations.
Greetings friends, every day it is more common to move workloads to Microsoft Azure, or at least to have planned a certain level of Disaster Recovery to Microsoft Azure in case of a complete shutdown of our main data center, to be able to restore those most urgent applications for users or customers, reducing service downtime. Veeam has a number of specific products for moving workloads to Microsoft Azure, easily and fully integrated into the Veeam Backup & Replication console itself. The main functionality, available since March 2016, is called Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure, and although it used to come as a separate application it is now available on the Veeam Backup & Replication console itself to help with its integration.
Infrastructure topologyI would like to show you this diagram (thanks to Allan Hammond for his help with the diagram) so that we can understand Veeam's workflow between the local data center and Microsoft Azure and vice versa:
Greetings friends, a few days ago I finally finished a project that I had thought about months ago but I never had time to complete, it is about having the Visio forms of Veeam, or any other manufacturer, printed and magnetic so that we can use them in the increasingly common whiteboards, this can help us to:
- Create better presentations for face-to-face customers
- Create better presentations for our internal teams
- Create presentations for yourself for a more complete view of a solution or design
Final result and feedbackThe welcome on twitter has been more than good, observe the comments and number of RT and likes: https://twitter.com/jorgedlcruz/status/956337405740666880
Creation processThe process of creation is not very complicated, and it is also very economic, so any of you can do without spending a fortune, let's see the step by step.
Greetings friends, probably you have heard the news that told us how Veeam had acquired N2WS, a company that is dedicated to the protection of environments in Cloud on Amazon Web Services.
Why did Veeam acquire N2WS?N2WS is a leader in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) data protection, providing a native cloud backup solution specifically designed for AWS workloads, enabling organizations to back up data and applications as often as needed and recover them in seconds. As Veeam customers seek to move more workloads into the cloud, especially towards AWS, protection and availability of their data is a primary concern for Veeam. Veeam's goal is to give its customers the confidence that Veeam ensures that their information is protected no matter where it resides, and this acquisition gives us the #1 solution we need for data and application protection at AWS.
Amazon Web Services at a glanceFor those of you who are not up to date on Amazon Web Services, we have several elements in the Computing and Storage part. At the moment of storage of the Instances we have:
- Block: Storage the block provided by Amazon EBS that is persistent and Amazon EC2 Instance that is ephemeral and is destroyed when the Instance is destroyed.
- File: Amazon offers us Amazon EFS that we can connect to our instances and launch files there.
- Object: The already known Amazon S3 for access to non-continuously used items and Glacier for very cheap storage that we access only for archiving.
Hello everyone, in February of this year I wrote a script to monitor a Veeam Environment using the VeeamPSSnapIn, you can check it out on the Github page here. This post was a tremendous success, at even I had the chance to explain a bit more to the VeeamON participants, celebrated in New Orleans. But it has a minor shortcoming, it might run very slow and use some resources if the Veeam Environment is big. This new tutorial is based on the Veeam Enterprise Manager, and more particular we will use the RESTfulAPI, so it's important for now on that you have it installed and licensed.