Veeam: Powershell get Backup Proxies Information

Hello friends, In this opportunity I will be showing you how to obtain Backup Proxy related information from powershell in a Veeam Backup & Replication infrastructure. To begin with it is necessary to establish the initial connection to the Backup Server using the “Connect-VBRServer” command. In my case the FQDN of my Backup Server is “veeam-vbr.pharmax.local”. PS C:\Users\jocolon> Connect-VBRServer -Server veeam-vbr.pharmax.local -Credential (Get-Credential) cmdlet Get-Credential at command pipeline position 1 Supply values for the following parameters: User: pharmax\administrator Password for user pharmax\administrator: ******** PS C:\Users\jocolon> After connecting to the server you can use the “Get-VBRViProxy” cmdlet to identify which Backup Proxy servers are in your infrastructure....

July 10, 2021 · 3 min · Jon Colon

VEEAM Scale-Out Backup Repository with Minio

I recently posted about a how to install and configure Minio S3 on a Linux server Link Here: Minio in Centos 8 . Well in this video i show you how to configure Minio as a Scale-Out Backup Repository with VEEAM Backup & Replication v11. Really awesome VEEAM feature! Hasta Luego Amigos!

May 15, 2021 · 1 min · Jonathan Colon Feliciano

NetApp PowerShell Toolkit – Get Lun Mapping Information

Recently in a post on the NetApp forum a user asked for help to create a function in Powershell using the DataOntap libraries. Here I show you how we use these libraries to join multiple objects with information related to the LUNs assigned in NetApp. A curious fact about this request is that natively Ontap libraries do not allow you to filter the required information and that it can be displayed in a single table....

May 15, 2021 · 3 min · Jonathan Colon Feliciano