In this post, we are going to explore
- Backup from on-prem to cloud
- Backup within cloud
- Backup & recovery
Enjoy the below video:
If you use vSphere in a professional environment, you’ll know that without automation, you’ll soon struggle to meet the demands of increasing workloads and deployments. However, basic automation via pre-defined scripts will only get you so far. To take things to the next level you need to dive deeper!
How to Become a PowerCLI Superhero: 5 Use-Cases to get Started is an upcoming webinar from Altaro, that will equip you with the foundations required to start your journey to becoming a PowerCLI Superhero!
The free event will be presented by two highly qualified VMware vExperts Andy Syrewicze and Xavier Avrillier. They will demonstrate 5 powerful PowerCLI use-cases that you can use straight away to see instant results and enable you to develop your automation skillset. The 5 use-cases covered are:
In addition to this, all registrations will also receive a free copy of the 100+ eBook PowerCLI: The Aspiring Automator’s Guide – written by webinar co-host Xavier Avrillier himself!
Getting into scripting can be daunting. It’s easier to just use existing scripts found online, but if you choose this route you’ll quickly run into limitations. If you take the time to learn how to create your scripts, trust me, you’ll never look back!
Automating vSphere is particularly useful for countless applications and the best way is through PowerCLI – a version of PowerShell developed specifically for VMware. Learn how to develop your own PowerCLI scripts with this free 100+ page eBook from Altaro, PowerCLI: The Aspiring Automator’s Guide.
Written by VMware vExpert Xavier Avrillier, this eBook presents a use-case approach to learning how to automate tasks in vSphere environments using PowerCLI. We start by covering the basics of installation, set up, and an overview of PowerCLI terms. From there we move into scripting logic and script building with step-by-step instructions of truly useful custom scripts, including how to retrieve data on vSphere objects; display VM performance metrics; how to build HTML reports and schedule them; the basics on building functions; and more!
Stop looking at scripts online in envy because you wish you could build your own scripts.
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Good morning folk,
Today we are going to share on how to backup & recover GCP Compute Instance. To learn more, please refer to below YouTube Video
As World Backup Day approaches, we're reminded of all the mishaps, backup scares, and near-catastrophes that we've experienced over the years – and how grateful we were to have backup during those times!
If you use Microsoft 365/Office 365, Hyper-V or VMware, celebrate with us. All you have to do is sign up for a 30-day free trial of either Altaro VM Backup or Altaro Office 365 Backup – it's your choice!
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In this post, we are looking into how to recover Microsoft sql database for SQL mirroring setup. A quick guide rather than step by step.
Before you use Microsoft SQL Management Studio to configure mirroring, you need to back up the database and restore as NoRecovery state.
Note: Tested on Veeam Backup version 9.5 Update 4b, v10a and v11
In this post, we are going to check out how to create azure archive tier storage, as a good location for long term data retention.
To do so, access to Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com)
Click + Create Storage
Once done, go to Blob Service | Containers | Create Container ( + Container) to store your data
Previous blog post, we have talked about the architect and component require to setup Mail as Service to protect Microsoft Office365. Next post, we will look at how does it look like.
Interest to learn more, please view this video:
Backing up data and preparing for a data loss event is a fundamental part of managing an IT environment, so it’s surprising just how many IT admins fall short of developing a proper strategy to cover all aspects. Until it’s too late.
However, it’s easier said than done. It would be nice to have a cookie-cutter backup plan that works for everybody, but the truth is that every IT environment is unique, with its own organizational and infrastructural characteristics and demands. Creating a workable backup and disaster recovery plan requires a thorough understanding of what you need and what you’ve got.
Learn how to create, deploy, and maintain a customized backup and disaster recovery strategy in an upcoming webinar from Altaro hosted by Microsoft MVPs Andy Syrewicze and Eric Siron. Attendees will choose the scenarios and the experts will build the solutions live on air, demonstrating how to implement key strategy considerations, including, backup/DR fundamentals, creating a company specific framework, establishing RTO/RPOs, understanding compliancy & highly regulated environments, and strategy for implementation.
As an added bonus, all attendees will also receive a copy of the highly praised eBook The Backup Bible written by webinar co-host Eric Siron. The 200+ page eBook is a complete guide to backup & DR and forms the foundation upon which this webinar is structured.
The webinar will be held on Wednesday 3 February and as usual presented twice at 3pm CET/9am EST/ 6am PST and at 7pm CET/1pm EST/10am PST.