Tag: Backup

How To use Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365
How To use Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365
How Tos

Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 is a complete solution that allows you to back up and recover your Office 365 data, in case of accidental deletion, security threats and retention policy gaps. Watch this video and learn how quick and easy it is to setup and facilitate a granular recovery.

6 Reasons for Microsoft Office 365 Backup
Webinars

Microsoft Office 365 fits the needs of many organizations, providing application Availability and uptime for users. But when it comes to protecting your Office 365 data, it can be unclear what part of your environment you are responsible for protecting.

Exchange Server Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery
Exchange Server Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery
Blog Posts

This is a chapter from an Exchange Server book which was never published. A few years ago several colleagues and I decided to write an Exchange Server 2016 book, but scheduling and bandwidth issues caused us to delay it until Exchange Server 2019. However, we soon realized we were simply too busy to commit the… READ MORE

Cloning Azure VMs into Production via Azure Backup
Cloning Azure VMs into Production via Azure Backup
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I wanted to share this experience I had on a project, and some lessons learned about it. Scenario This project was typical, with both Production and Non-Production environments; all hosted within Azure. In the Non-Production environment, the various Application Teams had engaged with their respective Vendors, to perform the supported installation and configuration of the… READ MORE

Backup Strategy Considerations when Utilizing EBS/RBS BLOBing Technology
Backup Strategy Considerations when Utilizing EBS/RBS BLOBing Technology
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A solid backup & recovery strategy for your SharePoint platform in case of a disaster or a situation that creates a need for single item restores is an important step when maintaining strict SLAs.

Single item restores should be seamlessly possible regardless of where the SharePoint content is stored.

By default, content (including metadata & BLOBs) is stored in the content database. When content is offloaded out of SQL using RBS in combination with an ISV specific EBS/RBS provider, such as the one provided in AvePoint’s DocAve Software Platform for SharePoint, the metadata is stored in the AllUserData or AllDocs table. But the BLOB is offloaded to a NetShare of choice at upload or through scheduled jobs (determined by size, age or other metadata).