In previous posts we have deployed various StorageClass’s, namely the VMware CSI driver and the NetApp Trident CSI driver. As the names suggest they use different underlying storage technologies, The VMware CSI driver uses VMware datastores and the NetApp Trident CSI drivers uses NetApp.
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Using NetApp Trident with Kubernetes – Configuring ONTAP and Trident
Welcome to part 2 of this blog series :), following on from part 1, let’s continue with our ONTAP configuration and setup and get it hooked into our Kubernetes cluster .
Wasabi S3 and Veeam
I recently started asking myself what S3 storage I could leverage for my HomeLab as I was looking for something cheap, quick, and secure, this lead me down a few tracks but through the Veeam Vanguard Program I landed on Wasabi.
Veeam For RedHat Virtualization – Part2
Deploying oVirt (Hosted Engine) In part 1 we got our host ready for oVirt Now I know a lot of us, myself included haven’t really ever worked with RHV so to match this up to VMware terms, RHV is ESXi and oVirt is vCenter, hopefully, that simplifies it a bit. As this is just aContinue reading “Veeam For RedHat Virtualization – Part2”
Azure and Back Again – A Veeam Tale – Part 2
Welcome back to our adventure to Azure and Back again. In the previous post we managed to get our VM successfully restored to Azure.
Backup Azure SMB Share using Veeam
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.