Monthly Archive: November 2016

VMCE-A 5

Veeam Certified Engineer — Advanced (VMCE-A): Design & Optimization V1 Course – PART 2

Today we had the second part of our Veeam Certified Engineer — Advanced (VMCE-A): Design & Optimization V1 Course. Topics covered today: Optimizations (regarding: B&R Database, Proxy, Repo, per-VM files, Dedup Appliances, WAN Accelerator, Tapes, Enterprise Manager, Indexing and AV). After that we started with the second part of the scenario which we talked yesterday – new situation: customer added some new components and how to backup / replicate them. At the end, we looked at two other topics: Audit / Compliance and Troubleshooting (Most useful logs, etc.) Helpful link today: Virtual Architect http://rps.dewin.me/VirtualArchitect/   Resume about the course If...

VMCE-A 2

Veeam Certified Engineer — Advanced (VMCE-A): Design & Optimization V1 Course – PART 1

Hi all Today I had the first day of my 2-day “Veeam Certified Engineer — Advanced (VMCE-A): Design & Optimization V1 Course” (VMCE-ADO). I want to share some experience about our first day. After a starting-coffee we started with our expectations about the course. After that we started with some design and sizing guidelines about all the Veeam components (Veeam Backup Server, Proxy, Repo, WAN Accelerator). Next were some information’s about interaction with hypervisors and then an excursion to Veeam ONE. Interesting: We talked about the choice of the hypervisor, and all the participant were agreed, they use ESXi in...

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Official Veeam Backup Size Calculator

Dear Veeam ProPartner Today I browsed the ProPartner Portal and I found following cool Tool: Backup Size Calculator Useful, online tool to help calculate the space needed for the backup chain desired in an environment. This tool is from Veeam – so check it out: http://propartner.veeam.com/propartner/assets/apps/restore-simulator/ I also will update the Tools & Links Section with the Link.

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vSphere 6.5 and VMworld

Hi all Two weeks ago I was in Barcelona at VMworld. A lot of cool news and information’s were shared. Most interesting part for me was the release of vSphere 6.5. For more details check this link https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2016/10/introducing-vsphere-6-5.html Veeam also did a great job with and of course with their legendary party. J The last two months I didn’t share a lot of information, but I hope, v9.5 will be soon released, so I can post a lot of new content. Regards