New Releases from Veeam

Veeam has released Backup for AWS 2.0 and Backup for Nutanix 2.0. Backup for AWS 2.0 What’s new: AWS disaster recovery Snapshot replication Greater cost efficiencies Changed Block Tracking (CBT) Harmonized scheduling Cost estimation tool updates Backup and recovery Application consistency File-level recovery relay proxy Automatic start File-level recovery workers Automation public RESTful API User […]

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vCenter Server Appliance /storage/log Full

On the vCenter Server Appliance (vCSA) i have mulitple times seen that the /storage/log runs full, there are multiple reasons that this happens. But lately the most common reason, is that if you creates support bundles, they are stored in “/storage/log” on the appliance, the problem is that this do not get deleted automatically, this […]

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VMware vRealize Automation Cumulative Update / Hotfix links

This is links to the VMware Cumulative Update / hotfixes for different versions of vRealize Automation, and vRealize Orchestrator. vRealize Automation, vRealize Automation 8.1 Latest is Patch 2 (07/28/2020) vRealize Automation 8.0.1 Latest is Patch 5 (7/1/2020) vRealize Automation 7.6 Latest is Patch 13 (9/9/2020) vRealize Automation 7.5 Latest is HF20 (8/18/2020) vRealize Automation 7.4 […]

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Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 4c Released and more

Veeam has released Backup for Microsoft Office 365 4c, and also m Backup for Solaris 2.0. Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 4c IMPORTANT NOTE: The GA build of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 version 4c (build 4.0.1.519) was recalled due to a backup sync issue identified by Veeam quality assurance. If you are running […]

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VMware Workstation 15.5.5 and Fusion 11.5.5 Released

VMware has released Workstation 15.5.5 and Fusion 11.5.5. Workstation 15.5.5 What’s new: Windows 10 host VBS support: VMware Workstation 15.5.5 now runs on Windows hosts with Hyper-V features (For example: virtualization based security) enabled. The followings are minimum requirement to run VMware Workstation on a Hyper-V enabled host: CPU Requirements: Intel Sandy Bridge or a […]

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Veeam Backup & Repliation 10 Cumulative Patch 2 released

Veeam has released Cumulative Patch 2, that gives support for vSphere 7, and also have som fixes included. Fixes included: Agent Management Managed by Agent backup policies do not respect the retention policy setting for Microsoft Windows machines, always forcing it to 7 regardless of the value specified. Amazon AWS Added support for Cape Town […]

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VMware vSphere with Kubernetes Design

If you want to use VMware vSphere with Kubernetes, you have to buy this as VMware Cloud Foundation and as a minimum standard edition. The reason VMware vSphere with Kubernetes at the moment is only available a VMware Cloud Foundation is that there is a requirement for NSX-T licenses also, so the argument is that, […]

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vCenter 7.0 Update 0a Released

VMware has released vCenter 7.0 Update 0a, and this also includes an update to vSphere with Kubernetes. vCenter 7.0 Update 0a This fixes a problem with a conflict between Lifecycle Manager, and vSAN File Services. See the release notes here. vSphere with Kubernetes New Features Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service for vSphere: rolling upgrade and services […]

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Veeam Released Management Pack 8.0 Update 6 cumulative patch

Veeam has released a cumulative patch for Managment Pack 8.0 Update 6, that makes it compatible with vSphere 7.0 and also fixes some problems. What’s new/fixed: Support for VMware vSphere 7.0 APIs. A fix for the issue with relation data being collected incompletely from virtual switches in environments running VMware vSphere 6.x and earlier versions. A fix […]

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