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Thursday, January 19, 2017

Contest:- IT Quiz blog

The ultimate challenge on SCOM, Azure, OMS and more!

How much do you know about Microsoft trends and technologies? Savision has released its new IT Quiz covering aspects of SCOM, OMS and Azure. This fun IT Quiz is brought to you in cooperation with subject matter experts: MVP Nicolas Prigent, MVP Thomas Maurer, MVP Anoop Nair, MVP Sam Erskine and MVP Bob Cornelissen, who provided many of the questions featured in the quiz.

Take the challenge and participate for a chance to win a Microsoft Band!

Answer all questions correctly. You have 10 minutes to answer 10 questions so don't lose any time! Are you ready for the challenge?

Click here to start the Quiz!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Free Webinar: Tame your IT Ops tools

Don’t miss out on Savision’s newest webinar. The webinar will show you how to tame your IT Operations tools and improve your organization's IT Maturity. It will take place on:

Tuesday, January 31st at 10AM EST (US) | 4PM CET (EU)

The webinar will be hosted by Savision's Product Strategist - Dan Merritts, who will provide practical guides for getting a handle on your IT Ops tool sprawl, by focusing on four strategies:

- Rationalizing old and new tools
- Upgrading tools, minimizing disruption
- Unifying workflows, maintaining domain expertise
- Making tools work with your people and processes

Don't miss out on this great session. If you are in another time zone, you can still register for this webinar. You will get access to the webinar at a convenient time for you.

You can register here:

Monday, January 9, 2017

Error - "Failed to create volume snapshot" on Veeam Agent for Linux

The following error message appear when backup using Veeam Agent for Linux

The job fails with:"failed to create volume snapshot""child execution has failed. Exit code: 1"

Check on dkms and kernel-headers is different version. To check, type
rpm -qa | grep veeamsnap
uname -r
rpm -qa | grep kernel-headers

[Resolution ]
Install same version of dkms version or
"yum update"
This will force to perform a full system update.