In the previous post, we have shared how to backup AWS EFS. The next step is to show how to recover AWS EFS
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Tuesday, January 18, 2022
With the shift in the computing paradigm to the cloud, the Azure ecosystem is quickly becoming a critical platform for IT pros to grasp and adopt. But how do you make the leap while maintaining security, manageability, and cost-control?
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Written by veteran IT consultant and trainer Paul Schnackenburg, Altaro’s free 100+ page second edition eBook covers how to create VMs, size them correctly, and manage storage, networking, and security, along with backup. You’ll also learn how to operate groups of VMs, deploy resources based on templates, manage security, and automate your infrastructure. There are also two new chapters on Automanage and Azure Arc to help you bring a lot of automation to IaaS, all lessening the burden on your time.
One thing that has changed significantly over the past couple of years is the shift towards making IaaS VMs more like PaaS services. VMs are great but they require a lot of maintenance and care, whereas all the business is really interested in are the applications and data that run inside of them. This explains the popularity of PaaS services such as managed Kubernetes (AKS) and Azure Functions (serverless).
If you’re new to the cloud (or have experience with Amazon Web Services and/or Google Cloud Platform but not Azure) this eBook will cover the basics as well as advanced skills. And given how fast things change in the cloud, it covers the why (as well as the how) so that as features and interfaces are updated, you’ll know how to proceed.
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Friday, December 17, 2021
You may already refer to this guide (https://www.veeam.com/kb4151) on how to remove Veeam CDP IOFilter. However, after checking, you may notice that veeamcdp is still existed on ESX.
Next step to manual remove is
1. Set Host as maintenance mode
2 .Go to local ESXi Shell on the host. Make sure you have enabled on Troubleshooting options > Enable Esxi Shell
3. Press Alt + F1 to access ESXi Shell
4. Provide the credential
5. Execute command
"esxcli software vib list" to list and confirm the name of the filter
"esxcli software vib remove -n veecdp" to remove the filter
6. Exit the Esxi Shell by Press Alt + F2
7. Exit the maintenance mode & do not require to reboot the esx host