Altaro VM Backup – Offsite Backups

Altaro VM Backup has a functionality that allows to save redundant copies of the backup files to offsite locations. The offsite locations can be: A single physical drive that is locally attached Multiple locally connected physical drives to be used in drive rotation A network path which may be a NAS, SAN or network file Read more about Altaro VM Backup – Offsite Backups[…]

Altaro VM Backup – Setup and vSphere Backup

Once Altaro VM Backup has been installed, following the deployment workflow, before starting backing up virtual machines, we have to add a vCenter Server or an ESXi Host. Enter the FQDN or IP Address and the appropriate credentials. The connected hosts and the virtual machines are discovered. Then chose the backup destination, in this lab Read more about Altaro VM Backup – Setup and vSphere Backup[…]

Altaro VM Backup – Overview and Installation

Altaro recently has changed the name of his main product from Altaro Hyper-V Backup to Altaro VM Backup, more information on the official product web page. The new version 6.0 is now compatible with a second Hypervisor that is VMware vSphere. The main features are: Back up live VMs Support for Cluster Shared Volumes & Read more about Altaro VM Backup – Overview and Installation[…]