Replication Roundup – Kickoff

  Since replication is a staple to any DR scenario, I wanted to cover various replication products installation, and failover procedures. This blog series is intended to inform about the features and procedures of each product, and while some comparisons…

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Veeam and DataDomain using DD Boost

  In a previous article, I talked about how to setup Veeam to use a linux proxy, to transfer data via NFS to an EMC DataDomain to increase thoughput. Results may vary, but I would see an increase of 50%…

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Veeam rescues 1400 computer objects in AD

  *disclaimer* Veeam is a sponsor of this blog - but has not requested, or had any part in this entry. Working for a consulting firm, I work with many different backup solutions.  In this particular case, the client uses…

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Veeam and DataDomain

I've done a fair amount of installs of this combination, Veeam and EMC's DataDomain deduplication device.  The solution is a wonderful combination - but the number 1 complaint is that it is slow........slower than it should be. Why is it…

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Veeam and Server 2012 DeDuplication

  With a wide range of deduplication appliances out there for a backup target, one option is simply server 2012.  Server 2012 has a deduplication feature now, that is set per volume, and can offer great results when used as…

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Veeam v7 Released!

This week Veeam released v7, which will bring with it a lot of extra features! I am excited to upgrade the lab and clients, and will be sure to post on that.  The WAN Acceleration and Backup Copy Jobs look…

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