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Contributed a review of Proxmox VE: An extremely stable and scalable open-source solution
Almost 3 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365: Easy and quick to install, with responsive technical support
Almost 3 years ago
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Contributed a review of SUSE Linux Enterprise: Stable with an elegant design and good performance
Almost 3 years ago
Almost 3 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Backup & Replication: Is easy to install and use, and has an Immutable Repository feature
Almost 3 years ago
About 3 years ago
Contributed a review of Trellix Endpoint Security (ENS): Can be easily used by lay security personnel who are generalists
About 3 years ago
About 3 years ago
Throughout my years of specializing in Backup and DR i found the below to be the most sane decision criteria to make when choosing a backup solution 1. Where the metadata is stored i.e. DB or Backup Storage 2. backup airgap/immutability features 3. flexible backup and…
About 3 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows [EOL]: Flexible and stable with good technical support
Over 3 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Cloud Connect [EOL]: Easy to backup and restore data to the cloud, and the support is responsive
Almost 4 years ago
About 4 years ago
After sale support should be the most important decision criteria for buying any solution. When it comes to disaster recovery usually people are mentally stressed and challenged in terms of RTOs, that causes a bit of a panic and may affect proper judgement of taking the…
About 4 years ago
That all comes down what exactly you are looking to backup. Virtual, physical, cloud. Nevertheless if you are looking for a simple, reliable, scalable, and flexible solution which has a portable license model that fits all go with Veeam
About 4 years ago
For DRaaS you can use Veeam cloud connect via a VCSP. For backing up suse VMs on hyperv or VMware you may use Veeam backup & replication to conduct agentless/agent based backups of these VMs
Over 4 years ago
From what I know DD is a dedupe storage appliance that requires backup software such as EMC Avamar or Networker. Veeam Backup and Replication is a backup software that can integrate with DD also These are two different domains so it's not fair to compare. If you are…
Over 4 years ago
There is no such thing as best "anything" let alone backups. There are plenty of enterprise solutions that can handle the load you mentioned plenty are available in the market and it all comes down to your needs Hardware encryptions might be much more secure (tougher to…
Over 4 years ago
Over 4 years ago
The most important aspect to look for in backup and recovery software is its ability and flexibility to help achieve the best practice 3-2-1 rule. 3 backup copies, 2 different mediums, 1 offsite/offline.
Almost 5 years ago
About 5 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Backup & Replication: Rotating HDDs for offline backups use case
About 5 years ago
Contributed a review of Veeam Backup & Replication: Rotating HDDs for offline backups use case

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About 5 years ago
VM based DR site Replication
VM based DR site Replication

Reviews

Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365 Logo
Almost 3 years ago
Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365
SUSE Linux Enterprise Logo
Almost 3 years ago
SUSE Linux Enterprise
Trellix Endpoint Security (ENS) Logo
About 3 years ago
Trellix Endpoint Security (ENS)
Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows [EOL] Logo
About 3 years ago
Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows [EOL]
Veeam Backup & Replication Logo
About 5 years ago
Veeam Backup & Replication
Veeam Backup & Replication Logo
About 5 years ago
Veeam Backup & Replication

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About 4 years ago
Backup and Recovery

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