You can find my summary of the new announcements here – http://bit.ly/2bfaR2w
I spent a lot of time putting some content together around most of the new product announcements and I have linked them below also.
Availability for your Microsoft Office 365 Mail…. Amazing – http://bit.ly/2bzm4Mx
Agents of V.E.E.A.M – http://bit.ly/2bPod7C
Veeam Availability Console – The Artist formerly known as… VMBP – http://bit.ly/2c0WN1E
As well as the posts above I also managed to sneak a few more out there this week 3 in total, the first one was a guest blog over at my colleagues site. This was my first guest blog appearance on any site. I will be also posting this post on my site in due course. You can find that post below. The reason for the blog was different to my usual postings all should become clear over the next coming weeks as to why this was created.
How Veeam backup files are written – http://bit.ly/2bl1hkQ
The second post was a summary on all the different integration and configuations that we have with the NetApp portfolio, not only including the FAS and ONTAP where we have real deep integration around their snapshot technology, but also covering off the SolidFire SAN and where we can leverage our Direct SAN capabilities to achieve availability. Then a great backup target storage in the NetApp E-Series and the NetApp AltaVault.
Portfolio Overview – Veeam & NetApp – http://bit.ly/2bZ6BdS
The final post of the week came in the form of the Veeam corporate blog, with a look at how Veeam & NetApp can provide fast recovery times for your data if the worse was to happen. Using an Olympic theme here given the great achievements the Olympics had in Rio. Especially TeamGB coming in 2nd place in the medal league table, huge achievement.
Fast recovery speed with NetApp snapshots and Veeam – http://bit.ly/2bP42Yw
When I get access to these beta loads I will be sure to share some feedback and walkthroughs, by all means give me feedback on twitter @MichaelCade1