Veeam Backup & Replication Offline Installer

Veeam Backup & Replication, free download. It is an independent installation of the complete offline installer of Veeam Backup & Replication. In this post i will go through the installation and configuration of Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Veeam Backup and Replication is a well known. Along with these guidelines, a standard Veeam setup and installation procedure can be followed as outlined in the Veeam Backup & Replication User's Guide linked.

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Introduction

This guide will help you log into the Veeam Availability Console and install the necessary tools you need to start a backup job. We will also show you how to configure both tools to meet your requirements.

Perform the steps below on the computer that you want to back up, unless stated otherwise.

How to install Veeam Availability Console Agents

Prerequisites

  • Veeam Availability Console credentials phoenixNAP provided

STEP 1 – Log in to the PhoenixNAP Veeam Availability Console (VAC)

1. Navigate to https://phxvac.phoenixnap.com/
2. Enter your username in this form: CompanyUser. (For example: MyCompanyChrisP)
3. Enter the password. Optionally, select the “Remember me” checkbox.
4. Click Login.

VAC login page with credentials.

The next screen takes you to the summary page of the console.

STEP 2 – Install Veeam Management Agent

Veeam Management Agent lets you remotely manage and monitor your Veeam Backup and Replication servers.

To install the agent:

1. In VAC, select Managed Computers and click Download Agent.

Download Veeam Management Agent

2. Save the file to the desired location on the computer. Depending on the settings, the file may be automatically saved in the Downloads folder.

3. Open the file, the name should be ManagementAgent. The installation wizard starts.

Note: The server you are backing up needs Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6 or higher. The installer will prompt if any services or an OS reboot is needed. Please confirm if you get such a pop-up.

4. Click Next on the first screen.

Veeam Management Agent wizard step one.

5. Select both boxes “I accept the terms…” if you accept the license agreement and click Next.

Veeam Management Agent wizard license agreement

6. Click Install and wait for the installation to finish.

Veeam Management Agent wizard start the installation.

7. Click Finish when the Wizard completes the installation.

Finish Veeam Management Agent installation.

The agent should start in the background.

STEP 3 – Configure Management Agent Connection

To establish a connection between the Management Agent and the VAC, follow these steps:

1. Find the Management Agent icon on the right side of the taskbar, next to the clock.

2. Click the arrow if the icons are hidden. Then, right-click the Agent icon and select Agent Settings.

Veeam Management Agent icon

3. In the connection configuration window, use the following settings:

Cloud gateway: use one of the FQDNs as a gateway, depending on the server location:

               For Phoenix: phxcloudconnect.phoenixnap.com or phxcloudconnect2.phoenixnap.com

               For Ashburn: ashcloudconnect.phoenixnap.com

               For the Netherlands: nldcloudconnect.phoenixnap.com

               For Atlanta: atlcloudconnect.phoenixnap.com

               For Singapore: sincloudconnect.phoenixnap.com

Port: Enter the default port 6180. It is grayed out, so you need to type it in.

Username: Enter your username without the company part. Refer to the screenshot below.

Password: Enter your password.

Connection configuration window

4. Click Apply.

5. The connection should be established. If you get a certificate error ID 625, then an IP address was used. Use FQDN to resolve the issue. Click Save on the Security Certificate Preview window.

Security Certificate Preview Window

6. Click Restart to apply the settings and wait until Veeam Management Agent restarts.

Restart Veeam Agent Dialog

7. Click Close to exit the settings window when the process completes. The agent status will be green and read Connected.

Agent status window showing connected.

The Management Agent icon in the system tray should no longer have an exclamation mark or a red X.

When you reload the Managed Computers page in VAC, the machine appears on the list.

VAC managed computers list.

STEP 4 – Install Veeam Backup Agent

Veeam Backup Agent allows you to perform an easy and secure backup of a machine to another location.

To install Veeam Backup Agent using the console:

1. Navigate to the Managed Computers screen.

2. Select a machine and click Install Backup Agent.

Install Backup Agent on a selected machine using VAC

3. Specify the credentials to use for the guest OS. You can leave the selection to “Account specified…”

VAC agent specify credentials.

You can also select to specify a user account from the drop-down list or Create New.

Create new user account for backup agent

Specify the credentials in the form Companyuser and click Apply.

4. Choose a Backup Policy from the list. The default selection backs up your server daily.

VAC choosing backup policy

Optionally, you can create a new back up policy and go through detailed configuration.

5. Click Apply after you select a backup policy.

The deployment of Veeam Backup Agent will start on the machine you selected. You can view the progress in the Managed Computers screen. The process is complete when Agent Deployment says Success, and the progress bar reaches 100%.

Backup agent installation progress bar

If you search for the agent on this machine, it will show up in the results:

Windows Start menu with agent icon.

STEP 5 – Configure Veeam Backup Agent and Start a Backup Job

To configure Veeam Backup Agent, you can log into the VACfrom any computer. This step does not require you to log in from the computer you want to backup as was the case in previous steps.

To manually start a backup job:

1. Select Backup Jobs on the left side of the console.

2. Tick the box next to the desired machine. So far, we have one.

3. Click 0 of 1 (the numbers may change) under the Successful Jobs heading.

VAC backup job start

The Agent Jobs page loads.

4. Select a job and click Edit… if you want to change the job configuration.

change the job configuration

5. To save disk space, reduce the number of restore points to less than 14 in the Backup Resources -> Retention Policy section.

VAC job retention policy settings

6. For a server running a database, you can Truncate logs. Navigate to Guest Processing -> Customize application handling options for individual applications and select Truncate logs under the SQL tab.

Enable SQL truncate logs

7. To change when a backup job starts automatically, navigate to Schedule. Set the time and options for automatic retries.

Backup job time and options for automatic retries.

8. Click Finish when ready.

9. Finally, click Start to begin the backup job for the selected machine.

Steps to start backup job in VAC

The console will show a progress bar, but you can also track the progress and status on the machine you are backing up. Open Veeam Agent Control Panel from the system tray or start menu to see the details:

Veeam agent control panel progress in Windows

All current and future backups will appear in the Veeam Agent Control Panel.

Veeam agent all backup jobs

Conclusion

The steps in this article helped you install and configure Veaam Management Agent and Veeam Backup Agent using Veeam Availability Console.

For more details on how to use the VAC, refer to our Quick Start Guide.

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Источник: https://phoenixnap.com/kb/install-and-configure-veeam-management-agent-and-veeam-backup-agent

Backup to Azure with Veeam

This article helps you integrate a Veeam infrastructure with Azure Blob storage. It includes prerequisites, considerations, implementation, and operational guidance. This article addresses using Azure as an offsite backup target and a recovery site if a disaster occurs, which prevents normal operation within your primary site.

Note

Veeam also offers a lower recovery time objective (RTO) solution, Veeam Backup & Replication with support for Azure VMware Solution workloads. This solution lets you have a standby VM that can help you recover more quickly in the event of a disaster in an Azure production environment. Veeam also offers Direct Restore to Microsoft Azure and other dedicated tools to back up Azure and Office 365 resources. These capabilities are outside the scope of this document.

Reference architecture

The following diagram provides a reference architecture for on-premises to Azure and in-Azure deployments.

Veeam to Azure reference architecture diagram.

Your existing Veeam deployment can easily integrate with Azure by adding an Azure storage account, or multiple accounts, as a cloud backup repository. Veeam also allows you to recover backups from on-premises within Azure giving you a recovery-on-demand site in Azure.

Veeam interoperability matrix

WorkloadGPv2 and Blob StorageCool tier supportArchive tier supportData Box Family support
On-premises VMs/datav10av10aN/A10a*
Azure VMsv10av10aN/A10a*
Azure Blobv10av10aN/A10a*
Azure Filesv10av10aN/A10a*

Veeam has offered support for above Azure features in older versions of their product as well, for optimal experience leveraging the latest product version is strongly recommended.

*Veeam Backup and Replication support REST API only for Azure Data Box. Therefore, Azure Data Box Disk is not supported. Please see details for Data Box support here.

Before you begin

A little upfront planning will help you use Azure as an offsite backup target and recovery site.

Get started with Azure

Microsoft offers a framework to follow to get you started with Azure. The Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) is a detailed approach to enterprise digital transformation and comprehensive guide to planning a production grade cloud adoption. The CAF includes a step-by-step Azure Setup Guide to help you get up and running quickly and securely. You can find an interactive version in the Azure portal. You'll find sample architectures, specific best practices for deploying applications, and free training resources to put you on the path to Azure expertise.

Consider the network between your location and Azure

Whether using cloud resources to run production, test and development, or as a backup target and recovery site, it's important to understand your bandwidth needs for initial backup seeding and for ongoing day-to-day transfers.

Azure Data Box provides a way to transfer your initial backup baseline to Azure without requiring more bandwidth. This is useful if the baseline transfer is estimated to take longer than you can tolerate. You can use the Data Transfer estimator when you create a storage account to estimate the time required to transfer your initial backup.

Shows the Azure Storage data transfer estimator in the portal.

Remember, you'll require enough network capacity to support daily data transfers within the required transfer window (backup window) without impacting production applications. This section outlines the tools and techniques that are available to assess your network needs.

Determine how much bandwidth you'll need

Multiple assessment options are available to determine change rate and total backup set size for the initial baseline transfer to Azure. Here are some examples of assessment and reporting tools:

Determine unutilized internet bandwidth

It's important to know how much typically unutilized bandwidth (or headroom) you have available on a day-to-day basis. This helps you assess whether you can meet your goals for:

  • initial time to upload when you're not using Azure Data Box for offline seeding
  • completing daily backups based on the change rate identified earlier and your backup window

Use the following methods to identify the bandwidth headroom that your backups to Azure are free to consume.

Choose the right storage options

When you use Azure as a backup target, you'll make use of Azure Blob storage. Blob storage is Microsoft's object storage solution. Blob storage is optimized for storing massive amounts of unstructured data, which is data that does not adhere to any data model or definition. Additionally, Azure Storage is durable, highly available, secure, and scalable. You can select the right storage for your workload to provide the level of resiliency to meet your internal SLAs. Blob storage is a pay-per-use service. You're charged monthly for the amount of data stored, accessing that data, and in the case of cool and archive tiers, a minimum required retention period. The resiliency and tiering options applicable to backup data are summarized in the following tables.

Blob storage resiliency options:

Locally-redundantZone-redundantGeo-redundantGeo-zone-redundant
Effective # of copies3366
# of availability zones1324
# of regions1122
Manual failover to secondary regionN/AN/AYesYes

Blob storage tiers:

Hot tierCool tierArchive tier
Availability99.9%99%Offline
Usage chargesHigher storage costs, Lower access, and transaction costsLower storage costs, higher access, and transaction costsLowest storage costs, highest access, and transaction costs
Minimum data retention requiredNA30 days180 days
Latency (time to first byte)MillisecondsMillisecondsHours

Sample backup to Azure cost model

With pay-per-use can be daunting to customers who are new to the cloud. While you pay for only the capacity used, you do also pay for transactions (read and or writes) and egress for data read back to your on-premises environment when Azure Express Route direct local or Express Route unlimited data plan are in use where data egress from Azure is included. You can use the Azure Pricing Calculator to perform "what if" analysis. You can base the analysis on list pricing or on Azure Storage Reserved Capacity pricing, which can deliver up to 38% savings. Here's an example pricing exercise to model the monthly cost of backing up to Azure. This is only an example. Your pricing may vary due to activities not captured here.

Cost factorMonthly cost
100 TB of backup data on cool storage$1556.48
2 TB of new data written per day x 30 days$42 in transactions
Monthly estimated total$1598.48
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One time restore of 5 TB to on-premises over public internet$527.26

Note

This estimate was generated in the Azure Pricing Calculator using East US Pay-as-you-go pricing and is based on the Veeam default of 512 kb chunk size for WAN transfers. This example may not be applicable towards your requirements.

Implementation guidance

This section provides a brief guide for how to add Azure Storage to an on-premises Veeam deployment. For detailed guidance and planning considerations, we recommend you take a look at the following Veeam Guidance for their Capacity Tier.

  1. Open the Azure portal, and search for Storage Accounts. You can also click on the default service icon.

    Shows adding a storage accounts in the Azure portal.

    Shows where you've typed storage in the search box of the Azure portal.

  2. Select Create to add an account. Select or create a resource group, provide a unique name, choose the region, select Standard performance, always leave account kind as Storage V2, choose the replication level which meets your SLAs, and the default tier your backup software will apply. An Azure Storage account makes hot, cool, and archive tiers available within a single account and Veeam policies allow you to use multiple tiers to effectively manage the lifecycle of your data.

    Shows storage account settings in the portal

  3. Keep the default networking and data protection options for now. Do not enable Soft Delete for Storage Accounts storing Veeam capacity tiers.

  4. Next, we recommend the default settings from the Advanced screen for backup to Azure use cases.

    Shows Advanced settings tab in the portal.

  5. Add tags for organization if you use tagging, and create your account.

  6. Two quick steps are all that are now required before you can add the account to your Veeam environment. Navigate to the account you created in the Azure portal and select Containers under the Blob service menu. Add a container and choose a meaningful name. Then, navigate to the Access keys item under Settings and copy the Storage account name and one of the two access keys. You will need the container name, account name, and access key in the next steps.

    Shows container creation in the portal.

    Shows access key settings in the portal.

    Note

    Veeam Backup and Replication offers additional options to connect to Azure. For the use case of this article, using Microsoft Azure Blob Storage as a backup target, using the above method is the recommended best practice.

  7. (Optional) You can add more layers of security to your deployment.

    1. Configure role-based access to limit who can make changes to your storage account. For more information, see Built-in roles for management operations.

    2. Restrict access to the account to specific network segments with storage firewall settings to prevent access attempts from outside your corporate network.

      Shows storage firewall settings in the portal.

    3. Set a delete lock on the account to prevent accidental deletion of the storage account.

      Resource Lock

    4. Configure additional security best practices.

  8. In the Veaam Backup and Replication Management Console, navigate to Backup Infrastructure -> right-click in the overview pane and select Add Backup Repository to open the configuration wizard. In the dialog box, select Object storage -> Microsoft Azure Blob Storage -> Azure Blob Storage.

    Shows selecting object storage in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

    Shows selecting Microsoft Azure Blob Storage in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

    Shows selecting Azure Blob Storage in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

  9. Next, specify a name and a description of your new Blob storage repository.

    Shows typing a name for the repository in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

  10. In the next step, add the credentials to access your Azure storage account. Select Microsoft Azure Storage Account in the Cloud Credential Manager, and enter your storage account name and access key. Select Azure Global in the region selector, and any gateway server if applicable.

    Shows specifying an account in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

    Note

    If you choose not to use a Veeam gateway server, make sure that all scale-out repository extents have direct internet access.

  11. On the container register, select your Azure Storage container and select or create a folder to store your backups in. You can also define a soft limit on the overall storage capacity to be used by Veeam, which is recommended. Review the displayed information in the summary section and complete the configuration tool. You can now select the new repository in your backup job configuration.

    Shows specifying a container in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

    Shows creating a folder in the Veeam Repository Wizard.

Operational guidance

Azure alerts and performance monitoring

It is advisable to monitor both your Azure resources and Veeam's ability to leverage them as you would with any storage target you rely on to store your backups. A combination of Azure Monitor and Veeam's monitoring capabilities (the Statistics tab in the Jobs node of the Veeam Management Console or more advanced options like Veeam One Reporter) will help you keep your environment healthy.

Azure portal

Azure provides a robust monitoring solution in the form of Azure Monitor. You can configure Azure Monitor to track Azure Storage capacity, transactions, availability, authentication, and more. The full reference of metrics tracked may be found here. A few useful metrics to track are BlobCapacity - to make sure you remain below the maximum storage account capacity limit, Ingress and Egress - to track the amount of data being written to and read from your Azure storage account, and SuccessE2ELatency - to track the roundtrip time for requests to and from Azure Storage and your MediaAgent.

You can also create log alerts to track Azure Storage service health and view the Azure status dashboard at any time.

Veeam reporting

How to open support cases

When you need help with your backup to Azure solution, you should open a case with both Veeam and Azure. This helps our support organizations to collaborate, if necessary.

To open a case with Veeam

On the Veeam customer support site, sign in, and open a case.

To understand the support options available to you by Veeam, see the Veeam Customer Support Policy.

You may also call to open a case: Worldwide support numbers

To open a case with Azure

In the Azure portal search for support in the search bar at the top. Select Help + support -> New Support Request.

Note

When you open a case, be specific that you need assistance with Azure Storage or Azure Networking. Do not specify Azure Backup. Azure Backup is the name of an Azure service and your case will be routed incorrectly.

Links to relevant Veeam documentation

See the following Veeam documentation for further detail:

Marketplace offerings

You can continue to use the Veeam solution you know and trust to protect your workloads running on Azure. Veeam has made it easy to deploy their solution in Azure and protect Azure Virtual Machines and many other Azure services.

Next steps

See the following resources on the Veeam website for information about specialized usage scenarios:

Источник: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/solution-integration/validated-partners/backup-archive-disaster-recovery/veeam/veeam-solution-guide
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How to properly load balance your backup infrastructure

How to properly load balance your backup infrastructure

Veeam Backup & Replication is known for ease of installation and a moderate learning curve. It is something that we take as a great achievement, but as we see in our support practice, it can sometimes lead to a “deploy and forget” approach, without fine-tuning the software or learning the nuances of its work. In our previous blog posts, we examined tape configuration considerations and some common misconfigurations. This time, the blog post is aimed at giving the reader some insight on a Veeam Backup & Replication infrastructure, how data flows between the components, and most importantly, how to properly load balance backup components so that the system can work stably and efficiently.

Overview of a Veeam Backup & Replication infrastructure

Veeam Backup & Replication is a modular system. This means that Veeam as a backup solution consists of a number of components, each with a specific function. Examples of such components are the Veeam server itself (as the management component), proxy, repository, WAN accelerator and others. Of course, several components can be installed on a single server (provided that it has sufficient resources) and many customers opt for all-in-one installations. However, distributing components can give several benefits:

  • For customers with branch offices, it is possible to localize the majority of backup traffic by deploying components locally.
  • It allows to scale out easily. If your backup window increases, you can deploy an additional proxy. If you need to expand your backup repository, you can switch to scale-out backup repository and add new extents as needed.
  • You can achieve a High Availability for some of the components. For example, if you have multiple proxies and one goes offline, the backups will still be created.

Such system can only work efficiently if everything is balanced. An unbalanced backup infrastructure can slow down due to unexpected bottlenecks or even cause backup failures because of overloaded components.

Let’s review how data flows in a Veeam infrastructure during a backup (we're using a vSphere environment in this example):

All data in Veeam Backup & Replication flows between source and target transport agents. Let’s take a backup job as an example: a source agent is running on a backup proxy and its job is to read the data from a datastore, apply compression and source-side deduplication and send it over to a target agent. The target agent is running directly on a Windows/Linux repository or a gateway if a CIFS share is used. Its job is to apply a target-side deduplication and save the data in a backup file (.VKB, .VIB etc).

That means there are always two components involved, even if they are essentially on the same server and both must be taken into account when planning the resources.

Tasks balancing between proxy and repository

To start, we must examine the notion of a “task.” In Veeam Backup & Replication, a task is equal to a VM disk transfer. So, if you have a job with 5 VMs and each has 2 virtual disks, there is a total of 10 tasks to process. Veeam Backup & Replication is able to process multiple tasks in parallel, but the number is still limited.

If you go to the proxy properties, on the first step you can configure the maximum concurrent tasks this proxy can process in parallel:

For normal backup operations, a task on the repository side also means one virtual disk transfer.

On the repository side, you can find a very similar setting:

For normal backup operations, a task on the repository side also means one virtual disk transfer.

This brings us to our first important point: it is crucial to keep the resources and number of tasks in balance between proxy and repository.  Suppose you have 3 proxies set to 4 tasks each (that means that on the source side, 12 virtual disks can be processed in parallel), but the repository is set to 4 tasks only (that is the default setting). That means that only 4 tasks will be processed, leaving idle resources.

The meaning of a task on a repository is different when it comes to synthetic operations (like creating synthetic full). Recall that synthetic operations do not use proxies and happen locally on a Windows/Linux repository or between a gateway and a CIFS share. In this case for normal backup chains, a task is a backup job (so 4 tasks mean that 4 jobs will be able to generate synthetic full in parallel), while for per-VM backup chains, a task is still a VM (so 4 tasks mean that repo can generate 4 separate VBKs for 4 VMs in parallel). Depending on the setup, the same number of tasks can create a very different load on a repository! Be sure to analyze your setup (the backup job mode, the job scheduling, the per-VM option) and plan resources accordingly.

Note that, unlike for a proxy, you can disable the limit for number of parallel tasks for a repository. In this case, the repository will accept all incoming data flows from proxies. This might seem convenient at first, but we highly discourage from disabling this limitation, as it may lead to overload and even job failures. Consider this scenario: a job has many VMs with a total of 100 virtual disks to process and the repository uses the per-VM option. The proxies can process 10 disks in parallel and the repository is set to the unlimited number of tasks. During an incremental backup, the load on the repository will be naturally limited by proxies, so the system will be in balance. However, then a synthetic full starts. Synthetic full does not use proxies and all operations happen solely on the repository. Since the number of tasks is not limited, the repository will try to process all 100 tasks in parallel! This will require immense resources from the repository hardware and will likely cause an overload.

Considerations when using CIFS share

If you are using a Windows or Linux repository, the target agent will start directly on the server.  When using a CIFS share as a repository, the target agent starts on a special component called a “gateway,” that will receive the incoming traffic from the source agent and send the data blocks to the CIFS share. The gateway must be placed as close to the system sharing the folder over SMB as possible, especially in scenarios with a WAN connection. You should not create topologies with a proxy/gateway on one site and CIFS share on another site “in the cloud” — you will likely encounter periodic network failures.

The same load balancing considerations described previously apply to gateways as well. However, the gateway setup requires an additional attention because there are 2 options available — set the gateway explicitly or use an automatic selection mechanism:

Any Windows “managed server” can become a gateway for a CIFS share. Depending on the situation, both options can come handy. Let’s review them.

You can set the gateway explicitly. This option can simplify the resource management — there can be no surprises as to where the target agent will start. It is recommended to use this option if an access to the share is restricted to specific servers or in case of distributed environments — you don’t want your target agent to start far away from the server hosting the share!

Things become more interesting if you choose Automatic selection. If you are using several proxies, automatic selection gives ability to use more than one gateway and distribute the load. Automatic does not mean random though and there are indeed strict rules involved.

The target agent starts on the proxy that is doing the backup. In case of normal backup chains, if there are several jobs running in parallel and each is processed by its own proxy, then multiple target agents can start as well. However, within a single job, even if the VMs in the job are processed by several proxies, the target agent will start only on one proxy, the first to start processing. For per-VM backup chains, a separate target agent starts for each VM, so you can get the load distribution even within a single job.

Synthetic operations do not use proxies, so the selection mechanism is different: the target agent starts on the mount server associated with the repository (with an ability to fail over to Veeam server if the mount server in unavailable). This means that the load of synthetic operations will not be distributed across multiple servers. As mentioned above, we discourage from setting the number of tasks to unlimited — that can cause a huge load spike on the mount/Veeam server during synthetic operations.

Additional notes

Scale-out backup repository. SOBR is essentially a collection of usual repositories (called extents). You cannot point a backup job to a specific extent, only to SOBR, however extents retain some of settings, including the load control. So what was discussed about standalone repositories, pertains to SOBR extents as well. SOBR with per-VM option (enabled by default), the “Performance” placement policy and backup chains spread out across extents will be able to optimize the resource usage.

Backup copy. Instead of a proxy, source agents will start on the source repository. All considerations described above apply to source repositories as well (although in case of Backup Copy Job, synthetic operations on a source repository are logically not possible). Note that if the source repository is a CIFS share, the source agents will start on the mount server (with a failover to Veeam server).

Deduplication appliances. For DataDomain, StoreOnce (and possibly other appliances in the future) with Veeam integration enabled, the same considerations apply as for CIFS share repositories. For a StoreOnce repository with source-side deduplication (Low Bandwidth mode) the requirement to place gateway as close to the repository as possible does not apply — for example, a gateway on one site can be configured to send data to a StoreOnce appliance on another site over WAN.

Proxy affinity. A feature added in 9.5, proxy affinity creates a “priority list” of proxies that should be preferred when a certain repository is used.

If a proxy from the list is not available, a job will use any other available proxy. However, if the proxy is available, but does not have free task slots, the job will be paused waiting for free slots. Even though the proxy affinity is a very useful feature for distributed environments, it should be used with care, especially because it is very easy to set and forget about this option. Veeam Support encountered cases about “hanging” jobs which came down to the affinity setting that was enabled and forgotten about. More details on proxy affinity.

Conclusion

Whether you are setting up your backup infrastructure from scratch or have been using Veeam Backup & Replication for a long time, we encourage you to review your setup with the information from this blog post in mind. You might be able to optimize the use of resources or mitigate some pending risks!

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Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Overview

This program helps businesses achieve comprehensive data protection for ALL workloads  virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads. With a single console, achieve fast, flexible and reliable backup, recovery and replication of all applications and data. You can also download Macrium Reflect 7.2.4732 Server Plus.

It delivers Intelligent Data Management for ALL your virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads. Through a single management console, you can manage fast, flexible and reliable backup, recovery and replication of all your applications and data to eliminate legacy backup solutions forever. You also may like to download Stellar Data Recovery Professional 9.

Features of Veeam Backup & Replication 10

Below are some amazing features you can experience after installation of Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Free Download please keep in mind features may vary and totally depends if your system support them.

  • Fast, reliable application-aware, image-based backups
  • Hardware and cloud-agnostic
  • Virtual, physical & cloud
  • Unlimited capacity and cost savings for long-term data retention on object storage with Veeam Cloud Tier
  • Enterprise application support for Veeam Plug-ins for SAP HANA and Oracle RMAN
  • Lower RPOs and faster backups to the leading storage providers
  • 2-in-1: backup and replication
  • Advanced replication and failover for Disaster Recovery
  • Built-in WAN Acceleration to get backups and replicas off site fast
  • Fully-integrated, cloud-based DR replication and fast, secure cloud backup with Veeam Cloud Connect through a service provider
  • Recover individual files effortlessly with Instant VM and File-level Recovery
  • Easy portability and recovery to AWS, Azure and Azure Stack with Veeam Cloud Mobility
  • Fast, item-level recovery and eDiscovery for Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, and Active Directory
  • Transaction-level restore of Oracle databases and SQL Server databases
  • Advanced self-service controls

System Requirements for Veeam Backup & Replication 10

Before you install Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Free Download you need to know if your pc meets recommended or minimum system requirements:

Operating system 

  • CPU: x86-64 processor memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Disk space: 150 MB for product installation
  • Network: 1 Mbps or faster
  • System firmware: BIOS or UEFI
  • Drive encryption: Microsoft BitLocker (optional)
  • OS: Both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of Microsoft Windows client and server operating systems are supported. For a complete list, please refer to the User Guide.

Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Technical Setup Details

  • Software Full Name: Veeam Backup & Replication 10
  • Setup File Name: PcWonderland.com_Veeam_Backup_Replication_10.zip
  • Size: 3.4 GB (because of constant update from back-end file size or name may vary)
  • Setup Type: Offline Installer / Full Standalone Setup
  • Compatibility Architecture: 64Bit (x64) 32Bit (x86)

Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Free Download

Click on below button to start Veeam Backup & Replication 10 Free Download. This is complete offline installer and standalone setup for Veeam Backup & Replication 10. This would be compatible with compatible version of windows.

How to Install Veeam Backup & Replication 10

  • Extract the zip file using WinRAR or WinZip or by default Windows command.
  • Open Installer and accept the terms and then install program.
  • If you have any problem you can get help in Request Section.

How to Download Veeam Backup & Replication 10

  1. Click download button below and you will be redirected to next page.
  2. On next page you need to wait for 10 seconds to get download button.
  3. Click on download now button to start your download.
  4. Enjoy and bookmark our website, visit us daily for latest and quality downloads.
  5. If you have any software request, you can post it in our Request Section.

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Backup Software for Home Use

Now you can get the same great backup software from a leader in the industry free with Veeam Backup Free Edition. Perfect for home use or small businesses that require virtual machines to be backed up. Download it today and try it out!

Feature Filled Backup Product

When you think of free software you very rarely think of a fully functional backup product. But that's what Veeam Backup Free Edition. If you are running virtual servers for any reason then this is the most effective backup software to use. Backup stright from ESXi or HyperVisor to a backup location to keep your files and machines safe from disaster. Choose the amount of retention that you need to suit your business needs whether just last nights or weeks of files (backup storage space depending).

Recover your Data Quickly and Easily

Veeam Backup Free Edition gives you great tools for quickly recovering your data. Since Veeam backs up the entire VM you have a complete and functioning machine backed up and ready to deploy onto replacement hardware. Or if you just need to recover certain files you can dig into the VM and recover anything at a granular level. Protect your data and VM's today with Veeam Backup Free Edition.

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