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World Backup Day is something we’re used to mark as an event every year, as a reminder we need to take good care of our data. But this year Altaro challenges us to change our mindsets and start considering the value of a good backup solution not just once, but every day.
Vembu BDR 4.0 has been released quite recently and their slogan is
No More Backup Complexities
I like it 🙂
Altaro released a new version of their flagship product: Altaro VM Backup version 8.
As you’ve heard on the new Windows Server 2019 is coming. It has many new features but I like the most so-called Project Honolulu. It is in the simple words a new way of managing Windows Server using the browser.
You can read more about Windows Admin Center on Microsoft webpagehttps://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/manage/windows-admin-center/overview.
Quite a neat feature of modern backup solutions is a possibility to send “offsite” backup copies to the cloud. Many Public Cloud providers offer very affordable storage solutions. In this post, we will send VMware backups to the cloud using Altaro Offsite Copies to an Azure Cloud Storage. Altaro offers this option using Microsoft Azure Cloud.