Clumio unveiled a new cloud based backup service today and formally threw their hat into the Data Protection ring. Built from the cloud up, Clumio looks to expand upon the relatively new "as a service" model of Data Protection. Most of the major Data Protection players have focused on private cloud solutions and evolved into … Continue reading Clumio dives into the Data Protection as a Service market
My first experience with Druva was a number of years back when a customer purchased their product to backup all of the laptops for their remote workers. This customer had a lot of employees that were traveling all over the world and doing much of their work from hotels, airports, and various remote offices. While … Continue reading Data Protection as a Service with Druva
Just last week, Veeam/N2WS released version 2.6 of their easy to use, yet powerful AWS backup and recovery tool. And in keeping with previous releases and N2WS' unrelenting customer-driven approach, the 2.6 release incorporates several enhancements requested and championed by Veeam/N2WS customers. New Features in N2WS Backup and Recovery 2.6 Backup and Recovery for Amazon … Continue reading New Release – Veeam/N2WS Backup and Recovery 2.6
For the last few weeks, I’ve been helping a customer migrate from one datacenter to another. The new datacenter contains a shiny new vBlock and as part of the deal, a Data Domain (DD) 6300 with 73TB of available capacity was installed to serve as a Veeam backup repository. This is a nice bonus as … Continue reading Thinking About Veeam Cloud Tier
If you find yourself fighting to restore business operations after a ransomware attack, you may get discouraged and begin to wonder if anything will go your way if you try to restore from backups and see a "Storage version is not supported for read-only access" error. Now, me personally, I'm an experienced consultant...like an IT … Continue reading Veeam Extract – Restoring Data When All Hope Is Lost
I have read about ransomware attacks, how destructive they could be, how some organizations recovered by paying the ransom and others by restoring from backups. I've also read that some organizations were unable to recover from a ransomware attack and had to close their doors. But these were always stories "out there" and happening to … Continue reading Ransomware Strikes! What Is Your Initial Response?
Overview In my last two posts, we've looked at setting up an N2WS S3 Repository, creating and then restoring files from an External Repository, and then creating backup copy jobs to copy the data in S3 to an on-prem backup repository. In this post, we'll use the external repository to restore an Amazon EC2 instance … Continue reading Veeam/N2WS – Using External Repositories to Restore to Azure
What is an External Repository? Veeam External Repositories provide a means of integrating Veeam with N2WS. But what is an external repository? It's really quite simple. If I may, I'd like to point you to my previous post on which I detailed the steps to configure/enable the Copy to S3 feature of N2WS version 2.4. … Continue reading Veeam/N2WS – Using External Repositories