While I’ve never used their service, CrashPlan was always on my radar as a competent home backup solution. I really liked the peer-to-peer element on top of their centralized cloud backup, the more options the better, right? Sadly, the company is leaving the consumer market. Dan Frith weighted his options, and opted to return his backups to Backblaze.
When we look at DR strategies, while necessary, no organization run’s out to say YES!!!, let’s spend a ton of money on infrastructure, licensing, and operating cost on an environment that we’ll never use! Instead, DR environments become a sunk cost, where old gear may be recycled into additional use, or even worse where org’s just say nope, we don’t need to spend money there (trust me, I’ve worked at one of those).
Luckily, when looking to leverage the Rubrik platform for recovery, Rubirk offers the capability to recover existing workloads to a public cloud endpoint.
Do you need a script to let you replicate ZFS snapshots for use as backups? Of course you do. Luckily Larry Smith Jr. is on the job. Take a look at what he’s put together. Looks like a good implementation to me. Larry Smith Jr. comments: ZFS – Replication Backups I recently rebuilt my lab NAS […]
Like everyone else, I have been reviewing the Release Notes for the latest Update 1 release of vSphere 4.1, but I decided to point out specific fixes that will make full image VM backups better for everyone. Note that I work for Veeam Software, but the fixes I am referring to are all VMware resolved issues that surface from time to no matter what backup solution you use. There are numerous other fixes and impovements in the U1 release, but, since most of my world is backup these days, these particular items â€œpopped outâ€ at me.