Veeam Backup & Replication 220.127.116.116 Update 3 | File Size : 2.82 GB
From backup to Availability
Veeam outperforms legacy backup to deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™, meeting SLAs for recovery time and point objectives (RTPO™) of <15 minutes for ALL applications and data. Veeam delivers powerful and efficient VM backup, fast and flexible recovery and advanced VM replication functionality, including:
– Recovery of entire VMs, individual files and application items
– Fast, agentless, item recovery and eDiscovery for Microsoft ExchangeENHANCED, SharePointENHANCED and Active DirectoryENHANCED
– Transaction-level restore of Oracle databasesENHANCED and SQL Server databasesENHANCED
– Lower RPOs and 20x faster backups with backup from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), NetApp, Dell EMC, NimbleNEW and CiscoNEW storage snapshots
– Fully-integrated, cloud-based DR, and fast, secure cloud backup with Veeam Cloud Connect through a service provider
– Automatic recoverability testing of every backup and every replica, every time
– Built-in WAN acceleration to get backups and replicas off site up to 50x faster than standard file copy
– Unlimited Scale-out Backup Repository™, Direct Storage Access and built-in deduplication and compression
– Disaster recovery with 1-click site failover and failback and little-to-no business interruptions
– And much MORE!
Veeam beats legacy backup
– 96% of Veeam recoveries are within RTO SLAs, compared to 78% for other solutions.
– 83% of Veeam customers have more confidence in their current backup, compared to previous solutions.
– 71% of Veeam customers report improved reliability of backups, compared to other solutions.
– 84% of Veeam Virtual Lab users save time by avoiding deployment problems, compared to other solutions.
– 71% of customers say their risk awareness has improved using Veeam monitoring and reporting tools, compared to other solutions.
Built-in agent management. Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows and Veeam Agent for Linux can now be deployed and managed directly from the Veeam Backup & Replication console, adding support for physical and cloud workloads protection.
Maintain complete control of data protection for ALL your virtual, physical and cloud workloads by managing both hypervisor-based and agent-based backups natively through the Veeam Backup & Replication console.
Ensure no Windows or Linux computers are left unprotected by centrally deploying Veeam agents with automated host discovery via dynamic protection groups based on Active Directory containers, or CSV files exported from your existing CMDB system.
Protect Microsoft Windows Server Failover Clusters with new agent-based backup jobs with support for SQL Server failover clusters and SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups – including support for guest file and application item recoveries from cluster backups.
Microsoft Azure. Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure functionality has been updated to support 4TB virtual disks, Azure Germany and Azure China.
Microsoft SQL Server 2017 support for application-aware processing on Windows-based virtual machines, including transaction log backup and point-in-time restores; and as a backend configuration database for the Veeam Backup & Replication itself.
Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update support as guest virtual machines, and for installation of Veeam Backup & Replication and all of its components.
Microsoft Windows Server 1709 support as guest virtual machines, and for installation of Veeam Backup & Replication remote components.
Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V 1709 support as a hypervisor host, including support for virtual hardware version 8.2 virtual machines.
VMware Cloud on Amazon AWS support allows protecting VMs running in the cloud, and migrate or replicate workloads from on-prem vSphere deployment to VMC (and vice versa).
VMware vCloud Director 9.0 compatibility.
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Cisco HyperFlex support of deployments with multiple appliances under a single vCenter Server.
DELL EMC Data Domain integration now supports Data Domain systems running DD OS 6.1
HPE 3PAR StoreServ integration has been extended to include snapshot-only backup jobs; ability to retain primary storage snapshots created by backup jobs with a different retention policy; and ability to perform backup from storage snapshots from secondary 3PAR array running in Peer Persistence mode.
Hyperconverged infrastructures (HCI) deployments can now leverage the new option to force the load balancer to use Direct NFS backup proxy located on the same vSphere host with the processed virtual machine, to avoid stressing storage replication network with backup traffic . To enable this functionality, create EnableSameHostDirectNFSMode (DWORD) value under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Veeam\Veeam Backup and Replication registry key on the backup server. The value is used to controls failover behavior when Direct NFS proxies if the proxy on same host is unavailable: 1 allows failover to other Direct NFS proxies, and 2 restricts failover to NBD only.
LTO-8 support for all tape-related functionality.
This update also resolves the following common support issues:
Backup Copy jobs should no longer copy weekly GFS fulls twice under certain circumstances, and should now correctly extend copy interval when processing active full backups.
File-level recovery in the Enterprise Manager should now work more reliably from non-Windows virtual machines, and after source Hyper-V VM was migrated to another host within SCVMM.
Linux-based backup repository registered under root account should no longer crash when Data Mover crashes for whatever reason.
Building VM list operation accelerated up to 4 times for Hyper-V jobs configured to use SCVMM tags.
Reliability enhancements with Hyper-V backups in off-host backups and guest processing logic.
Prefix for worker storage snapshots was changed from “Veeam_” to “VeeamAUX_” due to too many users using the original prefix in day to day operations, which made Veeam skip those snapshots.
Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure should now tolerate short term Azure connectivity disruptions, uses more firewall friendly port 443 by default, and supports Azure accounts with multiple directories (use AzureDefaultTenantIdGUID registry value to set GUID of the directory to use).
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