Posts Tagged ‘ Veeam ’

Security of Performance and Management tools within the Virtual Environment

May 6, 2011
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Security of Performance and Management tools within the Virtual Environment

The problem is that not everything is as black and white as security folks desire. If we implement performance and other management tools, we often need to expose part of our all important virtualization management network to others. But how do we do this safely, securely, with minimal impact to usability? Why do we need…

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A Perfect Storm in Availability and Performance Monitoring

February 25, 2011
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The right approach to monitoring a virtual or cloud based environment is to start with a clean sheet of paper, determine your requirements, and assemble a horizontally layered solution out of best of class vendor solutions that address each layer. Vendors should be evaluated on their mastery of one or more layers, their ability to…

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VNXe More than Just Storage

January 25, 2011
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Given the VNXe's expandability to include fibre channel cards in the future. This storage looks very attractive to those SMBs who have made the investment previously to move towards fibre. Making use of your existing infrastructure whether fabric or Ethernet would lower the cost of adoption for the low-end EMC product. The VNXe's expandability is…

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Virtualization Disaster Avoidance & Backup: Year in Review

January 5, 2011
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The Virtualization Disaster Avoidance & Backup space has change fairly significantly within the last year. These changes are cumulative but have a great impact on the virtualization ecosystem. I include Disaster Avoidance in this review as there have been some great strides made in this arena that could impact the entire environment. Disaster Avoidance technologies…

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Virtualization Review 2010

December 30, 2010
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It is the last few days of the year and time for a review of virtualization 2010. Although VMware was founded in 1998 it was not until 2001 that I first heard of VMware and played with the workstation product to be able to run different flavors of Linux. So for me, 2010 closes out…

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Virtualization Backup: Agent or Agent-less?

November 30, 2010
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Virtualization Backup: Agent or Agent-less?

Many times we virtualization experts push for backups without the agents as these backups tend to be in our opinion, cleaner and faster. But what if you could get the benefits of your existing backup tools (such as Tivoli) but gain the power and advantages of using all the possibilities within the virtual environment. For…

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Virtualization Backup Round-up

August 27, 2010
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Virtualization Backup Round-up

With VMworld around the corner, it is interesting to note the new an old players within the Virtualization Backup space. The virtualization backup space often includes: * VM Backup * VM Replication * Continuous Data Protection (CDP) * Storage Hardware Replication Pretty much anything that will maintain your VMs while allowing your data to be…

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Virtualization Backup Security still Missing the Mark

July 9, 2010
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During the Virtualization Security Podcast on 7/8, Vizioncore’s Thomas Bryant joined us to discuss the state of virtualization backup security and forensic use of such backups. In the world of virtualization, backups are performed mostly by 4 distinct vendors: VMware Data Recovery (VDR) and VMware Consolidated Backup (VCB), Vizioncore vRanger, Veeam, and PHD Virtual Backup…

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Veeam SureBackup

March 23, 2010
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Veeam has introduced a new product named SureBackup. SureBackup is designed to not only use Veeam's Backup technology to backup your virtual machines (VMs) but will also test the restoration of each of these VMs to ensure that they at least boot and at most the applications involved are actually running within the VM.

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