Vembu BDR Suite 5.5 Released!

Earlier this month, Vembu released version 5.5 of the BDR Suite. Below you can read about some of the new features! Support for VMware vSphere v8.x BDRSuite now supports Backup and Replication for virtual machines running on the latest version VMware vSphere v8.x. Google Cloud as Backup Repository Google Cloud Storage (Object Storage) is now supported in BDRSuite to store…

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Vembu: Backing Up Your Hyper-V Environment

I’ve blogged about Vembu and backing up your VMware Environment, but I haven’t talked about Hyper-V yet. So I spun up a Nexted Hyper-V Server in my lab to see how Vembu works with backing up Hyper-V! First, as you can see in the screenshot below, I deployed a single Windows 2019 Server and installed Hyper-V. I configured the network…

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New Vembu BDR Suite v5.3

Just over a week ago, Vembu released version 5.3 of their BDR Suite. Check out some of the new features below. Can you guess which one I’m most excited about? 😀 File Server Backup from BDRSuite Backup Server UI You can now add Windows and Linux file servers to the Data Source and configure file & folder level backup from…

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Deploying Vembu BDR Suite (Part 2 – Installation)

Next in my Vembu series, we’ll take on the task of Installing Vembu BDR Suite. To do this, I followed the installation guide found here. The first step is to make sure you’re downloading the most recent version. Visit the link here to download the latest version. In this post, I’ll be installing Vembu BDR Suite version 5.1.0. After launching…

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Deploying Vembu BDR Suite (Part 1 – System Requirements)

To go along with my Partnership with Vembu, I’ve decided to install the Vembu BDR Suite in my home lab. Since this involves deploying a new VM for the BDR Backup Server, I thought I’d start with going over the Vembu BDR Suite System Requirements. You can see below, the Vembu BDR Backup Server supports multiple versions of Windows and…

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