1. AHV Cluster registration
2. Nutanix snapshot aware
3. Linux FLR
4. License management
5. Instant VM recovery to Vmware
7. Centralized AHV appliance deployment
The AHV Backup Proxy v2 provides enhancement such as:-
a) Native deduplication appliance support (DDBoost, Catalyst)
b) Snapshot-only job
c) Restore from Protection Domain created, user-created snapshot (VM, file-level, disk)
d) Multi-User VAN UI
e) Email job status notification
f) drive exclusion
g) Schedule Active Full (no synthetic full yet)
h) Community Edition support
i) Restore any backup to AHV
j) Proxy snapshot protection job
Check out below step on how to add Nutanix Cluster, Linux Appliance and AHV Proxy v2
Step 1:- Add Nutanix Cluster
Step 2:- Enter Nutanix Cluster name ( not ip address)
Step 3: Provide credential that able to connect to Nutanix Cluster
Step 4: Provide Linux FLR Appliance ip address. Use when to recover Linux file-level recovery
Step 5: Apply the configuration.
Step 5: After complete adding Nutanix Cluster, you can proceed to add AHV Proxy or later.
Step 7: Define proxy name & size. You can define vcpu, vmemory & concurrent task.
Step 8: Provide DNS for AHV Proxy & define ip address (either use static or dhcp)
Step 9 : Provide AHV Proxy credential. Remember this credential when want to access from Web console.
Step 10: Specify which repository to allow access
Step 11: Apply the setting. Veeam will start to push the installer, create a new VM and apply the setting. It is crucial that the entire setting use DNS name.
If no issue, Veeam will start to push configuration with setting to integrate Nutanix Cluster & Veeam Backup Server.
If you encountered an issue, please refer to here.
Open AHV Web Console, to verify IP deployment with the correct IP that you map to DNS record.
Configuration completed. You able to click on Web Console. System will open web browser to access AHV proxy.
Hope this guide help.
Good Luck with your deployment.