Veeam Brings Virtual-Labs to Hyper-V
As you have noticed, Veeam is anouncing Veeam Backup & Replication v7 features one at a time at the go.veeam.com/v7 page. We already announced support for vCloud Director, a vCenter Web Client Plugin and the Veeam Explorer for Sharepoint. Today it is my honor to tell you that Veeam is bringing all the features of Veeam Virtual Labs to Hyper-V. I will explain all major features in just a minute but first I need to explain where all this features are based on.
It’s called vPower:
vPower is a Veeam patented technology that enables you to power up a VM from within a deduplicated and compressed backup file. This means that your VM is already back online before you started restoring the actual data to the production environment. Because the machine is already running, the RTO is minimal (minutes). Off course you need to take in mind that you are running on backup storage so you will need to migrate the VM to the production storage. This is done with the allocation to the VHD or VHDX file being pointed to the backup file (where the backed up VHD and VHDX files are stored). Let me show you with a picture how that looks like…
To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Veeam Brings Virtual-Labs to Hyper-V