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Upgrading or Installing Veeam Service Provider Console v4 effortless

Veeam® Service Provider Console contains everything you need to stand up a Veeam-powered services business. Whether you’re looking to offer remote managed services for your customers’ on-premises environments or manage your multi-tenant Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), cloud backup or Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offerings, Veeam Service Provider Console has you covered. Veeam Service […]

How to migrate Veeam Cloud Connect tenant files to new repository

Moving Veeam Cloud Connect files between repositories seems to be an easy straight forward task on fists thoughts specially if you have experience managing also a Veeam Backup and Replication solution. You may think ‘just evacuate the repository’ or ‘just copy the files and update the jobs’. Well if you are here is because you […]

VeeamON 2020 FREE online June 17-18

This year the VeeamON 2020 will be online and free for everyone to attend. If you are customer or service provider for sure you will find interesting sessions on different topics You can register following this link The agenda is divided on these tracks. Full agenda on this link Architecture and Design Cloud-Powered Vision and […]

VEEAM Cloud Connect DR to IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions-Part1

In this post we are going to create a replication job using IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions (vCloud Director) and VEEAM Cloud Connect. We hope you enjoy it! The scenario consist of a customer running a vSphere infrastructure and wanting to migrate or recovery virtual machines to a cloud provider offering IaaS with vCloud Director […]

Considerations in a multi-cloud world

With the infrastructure world in constant flux, more and more businesses are adopting a multi-cloud deployment model. The challenges from this are becoming more complex and, in some cases, cumbersome. Consider the impact on the data alone. 10 years ago, all anyone worried about was if the SAN would stay up, and if it didn’t, […]

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