Category Archives: Backup

Vembu Webinar: How to address Data Center Challenges

Hi everyone, here is a webinar link that one of my blog sponsors Vembu is running. The webinar will run on July 4th at 12:00pm GST. How fast can I recover the data center during the disaster? How can I … Continue reading

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Product Review: Vembu BDR Suite v3.6.0

One of my partners, Vembu, recently approached me to review their new product called Vembu BDR Suite v3.6.0. For those that are unaware, Vembu has been around for awhile (2002) but only recently been inside the VM backup scene. Vembu … Continue reading

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Veeam Availability Suite v8

Veeam is a blog sponsor here at ryanbirk.com and I wanted to pass along some information about their new Availaibility Suite. You can check out more details here: http://go.veeam.com/availability-suite-v8#availability-features Availability for the Modern Data Center Today’s business environment is changing. Connected … Continue reading

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Free Training: vSphere Data Protection Advanced Fundamentals [V5.5]

Overview: The FREE eLearning vSphere Data Protection Advanced Fundamentals course provides information about the vSphere Data Protection Advanced backup and recovery solution for virtual machines and describes the technologies it uses. The course consists of the following self-paced modules: vSphere … Continue reading

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Free Whitepapers/Training from Veeam Software!

The great folks over at Veeam have gathered up some great content and I wanted to share it with my readers. The free VCP5 study guide is a great one for anybody looking to find extra material to obtain the … Continue reading

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Veeam Backup & Replication: What’s New in v7

A question I’m often asked while teaching classes are what do I do for backup. VMware has tools and there are multiple backup solutions on the market. I’ve been a big fan of Veeam products for quite some time. I’ve … Continue reading

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