VMworld 2013: Veeam Backup & Replication - 7 Designs for Success

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This quick presentation, made by VMware vExpert Rick Vanover (@RickVanover) during VMworld 2013, outline 7 key design scenarios ranging from large virtualized infrastructures to very small......

This quick presentation, made by VMware vExpert Rick Vanover (@RickVanover) during VMworld 2013, outline 7 key design scenarios ranging from large virtualized infrastructures to very small environments who can leverage Veeam Backup & Replication. You will see what components go into sizing, design and control of the backup jobs for full protection; including off-site storage of the Veeam backups.

You can learn more about the latest version of Veeam Backup & Replication here: http://www.veeam.com/vm-backup-recovery-replication-software.html

Video from this presentation is available here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lA0kv54RqX8

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  • 1. Rick Vanover, Veeam Software vExpert, VCP, MCITP
  • 2. Attribute Logic High performance Meet the expectation of modern infrastructure systems High cost Goes along with first point Low retention (Relatively speaking) Keep most frequent restore points close, other points available. Low capacity A consequence of all three of above http://vee.am/stp1002slides
  • 3. VBK Format Veeam disk based backup format Linux host With SSH and Perl, we can install a target writer. Windows path LUN (FC/iSCSI), removable disk, drive letter, mount point. NAS Target SMB, UNC, CIFS network targets
  • 4. 2 GB RAM per each concurrent ingress http://vee.am/stp1002slides
  • 5. Visit our stand at G213 v7 landing page http://go.veeam.com/v7 http://vee.am/stp1002slides