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This article provides a tour of the configuration steps required to integrate EMC Data Domain System with Veeam Availability Suite 9 as well as provides benefits of using EMC DD Boost for backup application. Data Domain Boost (DD Boost) software … Continue reading
Tagged Backup, boost, data, Data Deduplication, DD, Deduplication, Dell, Dell Compellent, Disaster recovery, domain, EMC, EMC Recovery Point, fibre channel, Veeam
“X or Anything as a Service” is an acronym used by many cloud provider and offering almost end to end services to a business. The most traditional use of “X” are Software as a Service (XaaS), Infrastructure as a Service … Continue reading
Tagged Anything, as a service, Backup, Cloud Computing, Cloud OS, Compellent, Dell, Disaster recovery, DRaaS, Iaas, private cloud, Public Cloud, review, Saas, X as a Service, XaaS
Taking a VMware snapshots and Hyper-v checkpoint can produce a serious workload on VM performance, and it can take considerable effort by sys admin to overcome this technical challenge and meet the required service level agreement. Most Veeam user will … Continue reading
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Tagged Backup, Checkpoint, compare SAN, compare storage, Compellent, Dell, Dell Compellent, Dell SC 4020, Disaster Recovery Plan, EMC Recovery Point, EMC VNX, Enterprise storage, NetApp, review, RPO, RTO, SLA, Snapshot, storage configuration, Supported, unsupported, Veeam
Bulk Migration of Printer from Windows Server 2008/R2 to Windows Server 2012/R2 The following steps are from those who would like to migrate print server from legacy Server 2008/R2 to Windows Server 2012/R2. This steps will bring new drivers and … Continue reading
I read the following articles about Microsoft Forefront TMG 2010. I was shocked by the news. TMG 2010 is one of the beautiful product Wintel Engineers and Security Administer can be proud off. I believe I am one of the … Continue reading
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Tagged back-to-back firewall, Backup, Bandwidth, clouding computing, DMZ, Firewall Grouping, Forefront Client Security, Forefront Technologies, Forefront TMG, future of TMG, Hyper-v, Hyper-v R2 SP1, road map, roadmap, Security, service pack, TMG, TMG 2010
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Have you added a print server to your DRP work sheet? It is absolutely necessary when you have hundreds of printers in your print server/servers. Here is a solution for backup/restore/migrate print server. Print migration 3.1 has been replaced with … Continue reading