One of the solutions included in the Veeam suite and sometimes used “just” within Enterprise environments is the Veeam Enterprise Manager...
Welcome to the Data Protection blog section of domalab.com. It covers configuration and best practices around different solutions in the market.
In this section you can find easy “howto articles” on how to setup and configure jobs to protect data against data loss and how to make it available across different infrastructures.
Follow the steps to reproduce different configurations in your home lab for testing and learning about the different setup options.
Articles in Data Protection blog cover the following scenarios:
- Virtual workloads based on Windows and Linux operating systems
- Physical workloads based on Windows and Linux operating systems
- Virtual workloads running on HyperConverged infrastructures
- Virtual workloads running into Public Cloud Providers
- Data stored and consumed from public Cloud SaaS providers like Office 365
The aim of this section is about learning and reproducing about different scenarios in a home lab trying to simulate production environments.
The list of articles span different solutions based on:
All the articles follow a simple format. They provide screenshots and text supporting the configurations along with examples. Within the articles also the link to pertinent resources and website where to download the latest versions of the products.
More importantly this blog wants to share with the Community. Any feedback and comments are appreciated along with suggestions for new topics and configurations we can try in our home lab.
Do you want to cover more in this Data Protection blog section? Contact me and will be more than happy to add even more solutions we can test in our home lab!
Feel free to pick articles from this page or browse the relevant sections.
When installing a Veeam Backup Server the default configuration works just fine. Let's take a look at various settings and how to tweak them
Veeam Backup & Replication is out with a new version. Installation steps are very easy and include lots of updates. New Platforms and Veeam Agents supported
In a previous article we have explored the installation of the Veeam Agents. In particular this article will follow up on the Windows Backup Agent and in...
How do we provide data protection and availability for physical Windows and Linux workloads? Let’s talk about Veeam Agents! One of the questions I...
In the previous posts we have seen the steps on how to deploy and run the initial configuration setup for the EMC Data Domain Virtual Edition 3.0. The...
In this part of the article we’ll proceed with the first setup of the VMware VDP configuration. Details about the pre-installation steps are available...
Based on the EMC Avamar Data Protection software the VMware VDP install and configuration process is very similar to what we have seen already with the...