Hello guys! Going back to posts about VEEAM, today I will demonstrate how to back up a Windows VM by creating a full and incremental backup routine. With this type of backup we can recover granular files by backup or even download the VMDK, for example. So, without further ado, let's go to the
Hello guys! I've always used VMware Workstation in my pcs for creating labs. Although there are legal open source options (Virtual Box), as my goal has always been to create labs with VMware products, Workstation has always given me more comprehensive and trouble-free support for this kind of environment.
Hello guys! A few months ago, I wrote an article about installing VEEAM free and one of its features, Quick Migration. From now on I intend to write a few articles on the paid version that has numerous features and can revolutionize the way you plan your disaster recovery and backup environment
Hello guys! In this post I will continue the step by step migration from one VM to another host using VEEAM Backup & Replication FREE. In the last post we installed the product, we will continue opening the console and adding the two ESXi hosts. In this scenario I am assuming that we do not have vCenter and
Hello guys! I follow several IT groups on the Telegram daily and I come across a frequently asked question about VEEAM: is it possible to use the free version to migrate VMs from one host to another? And the answer is yes, it is possible. Although limited, the free version is a great alternative for migration
Hello guys! I have sometimes had to create larger disks than 2TB on ESXi 5.5 and 6 in a standalone environment, without vCenter. Although in the Web Client version this possibility already exists, I have always liked to use command lines when possible. I use a lot of vSphere Power CLI. The tool is free, it is only