Welcome back to our adventure to Azure and Back again. In the previous post we managed to get our VM successfully restored to Azure.
We talk a lot about cloud mobility and how it has affected the IT landscape of the past decade. It has disrupted business as we know it as it seems every company is going through a cloud journey of some sort most prominent being the public cloud. We see customers moving workloads to public cloudContinue reading “Azure and Back Again – A Veeam Tale – Part 1”
Setting up modern authentication in Veeam for Office 365 recently came up in a conversation so thought I’d write a quick blog post about it because honestly its amazingly easy and makes life a lot easier 🙂
I have been running a VMware HomeLab for quite some time now and considering I rebuild my lab often I decided its probably time to re-deploy my VMware home lab using vCenter 7. I’ve held off for a while due to hardware constraints but the time as finally come…
Veeam Office365 V5 dropped today which includes native support for Teams. This is a huge step in the right direction as MS Teams usage has exploded since COVID, I know I spend a lot of my day in Teams and have recently uploaded a significant amount of data to Teams so being able to protectContinue reading “Upgrading Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 to V5”
As more customers move to Public/Hybrid cloud models, we increasingly get asked “how do we protect our workloads in this new way of operating?”. My answer to that question is always Veeam.
2020…what a roller coaster of a year this has been this has been for all of us, however for me personally there was a massive highlight, I was invited to join the Veeam Vanguards!!
This post will hopefully be the start of a series of small but useful tips for everyday Veeam users.We use Veeam almost everyday so we know our way around it but every now and then you stumble upon a feature that gets you all excited because its been there but you just haven’t used itContinue reading “Publish SQL Database using Veeam”
Veeam version 10 released a heap of new features along with SAML 2.0 support for Veeam Enterprise Manager (VEM). What this means is that you can now use 3rd party identity providers to authenticate users into the Enterprise Manager, adding support for non-Active Directory users, multi-factor authentication etc.
This is an interesting time for I.T. and the entire world, As most people start working from home VPNs have become a fresh hot topic.