NAKIVO Backup & Replication 7.2 Released

It wouldn’t be a VMworld without lots of new product releases, and today NAKIVO has released a new version of Backup & Replication, version 7.2! This latest release continues to add features and improvements to an already impressive product.

Below is a list of some of the new features and improvements, most notably Microsoft SQL Server log truncation and backup/recovery, in NAKIVO Backup & Replication 7.2 Released and if you’re attending VMworld 2017 be sure to check out NAKIVO at booth #829!

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Nakivo Backup 7 released

NAKIVO Backup v7

Today NAKIVO has released their latest version, NAKIVO Backup 7.0! NAKIVO continues to improve with several new features like AD integration, and Hyper-V 2012 and 2016 support – as well as add support for VMware vSphere 6.5!

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Install PowerShell on Linux Mint

PowerShell installed on Linux Mint 18

It’s almost hard to believe, but Microsoft has made PowerShell open source and is now available for users to install PowerShell (currently in an Alpha build) on Mac OS X as well as Linux machines. In this quick post I’ll show how you can easily install PowerShell on Linux Mint 18.

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First look at NAKIVO Backup and Replication v6.1

Earlier this month NAKIVO released version 6.1 of their Backup and Replication application which only adds to their popular 6.0 version adding features like Microsoft Exchange instant object recovery and log truncation as well as other features. As part of the VMware vExpert program NAKIVO has given me a NFR license to try NAKIVO Backup and Replication v6.1 in my home lab and I want to share my initial thoughts about this new version that I’ve had running for the last couple weeks.

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Altaro VM Backup Setup Step-by-Step

Altaro VM Backup

Altaro VM Backup is a company who offers a backup solution for small to medium sized businesses and have been around for a while that started out offering backup software for Hyper-V, but has now expanded to VMware as well. Altaro asked if I would be interested in trying for free as part of the vExpert program in my home lab.

I help out a few small companies here in town so having another backup solution to possibly suggest certainly wouldn’t hurt, so I decided to give it a try and below are my steps to setting it up and thoughts about the software so far.

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