6 January 2022

Veeam & Google Cloud Platform – Part 2

In the previous article, it was shown how to use VBR (Veeam Backup & Replication) as a framework to protect the instances (VMs) present in the Google Cloud Platform ( GCP ). The integrated component of VBR that automates backup and restore processes is VBGP […]

5 January 2022

Veeam & Google Cloud Platform – Part 1

The first article of 2022 is dedicated to how to secure Google instances ( GCPs ). The flow and protection architecture is shown in image 1 where there are two Veeam components. The Veeam Backup for Google Platform ( VBGP ) instance is responsible for […]

25 December 2021

Veeam Backup & Replication: License count

Starting July 1, 2022, the sale of perpetual per-socket licenses of Veeam Backup & Replication ™, Veeam Availability Suite ™, Veeam Backup Essentials ™, and Veeam ONE ™ will cease to both new and existing customers. The products currently in operation will continue to work […]

25 December 2021

Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator – Creating the plan

We have arrived at the latest article on Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator version 5. In this last part, we will concentrate on the efforts made previously and available on this site, to implement the Disaster Recovery Orchestration plan. After logging in, the dashboard illustrates the […]

22 December 2021

Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator v.5: Components verification

This article explains how to configure the Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator (VDrO) administration menu. Before proceeding to the administration phase, it is essential to have already labeled the resources that will have to be part of the Disaster Recovery plans. The classification was illustrated in […]

20 December 2021

Veeam Dr Orchestrator v.5: VONE – Tagging

Today we will show how to tell Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator which resources to use to start a Disaster Recovery plan. Before reading this article, we suggest you read the previous article ( by clicking here ) which allows you to check the status of […]

12 December 2021

Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator v.5 – First Check

On November 23, 2021, the new version of the Veeam Disaster Recovery Orchestrator was released. The list of new features introduced in version 5 is available by clicking here. Today we will deal with the phase immediately following installation; specifically, the configuration and commissioning phase. […]

8 December 2021

VMware VCSA 7.03b Backup

Dopo aver aggiornato i vCenter all’ultima versione disponibile, (, mi sono accorto che i backup precedentemente configurati non venivano completati con successo. L’errore che compariva era il seguente: “Path not exported by the remote filesystem” (vedi immagine 1). Immagine 1 Una veloce indagine sul sito […]

7 December 2021

Veeam CDP – Manual Upgrade

In my lab, the Disaster Recovery site consists of a single ESX 7.01 host. It is managed by a virtual vCenter (called vCenter-DR ), which relates exclusively to the hardware resources made available by the ESX 7.01 host itself. Last month Veeam Software released the […]

5 October 2021

Creativity, Gymnastics, and Gestures. The Italian way

( Semi-serious article on one of the characteristics of us Italians) Is the atavistic laziness of us Italians justifiable in practicing sports? At the same time, is it possible to make sense of our colorful way of communicating? Presenting a single answer is difficult as […]

24 September 2021

Persistent Data & Resource Management

Persistent Data In previous articles, we have seen that if a POD is decommissioned or the container is restarted, all data on the POD file system is erased. It is a winning approach for all those stateless applications (for example a web front-end ) but […]

18 September 2021

Kubernets: Health-Check & Port-Forwarding

HEALTH-CHECK One of the advanced and most important features of kubernetes is the health-check which allows you to check the integrity of the services. It is an additional layer that adds to the standard controls that guarantee that the application processes are always running ( […]