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  3. Special Offer for Attendees *Attend the webinar and get a chance to win: $50 Amazon eGift Card in one of three lucky draws during the webinar. $25 Amazon eGift Card for completing a quick post-webinar survey Learn more Virtualization technologies like VMware and Hyper-V enable businesses to optimize their resources and reduce costs associated with hardware and maintenance. However, they also come with potential security risks to data that require precautions to be taken. Register for this upcoming webinar to learn the strategies and tools you need to combat data loss threats in virtual environments. Learn why NAKIVO Backup & Replication is the ultimate solution for your virtual backup and recovery needs. What it covers: Overview: Potential threats to virtual environments Tools: NAKIVO backup for virtualization platforms Tips: Best practices for data protection in virtual environments. Real-life Scenarios: Case studies of customers achieving their VM data protection goals. Technical Demo: Showcasing NAKIVO Backup & Replication capabilities for virtual workload protection. Q&A session: Insights from experts in virtual environment protection. When to attend Tuesday, March 5, 2024 Americas: 11 AM – 12 PM EST EMEA: 5 PM – 6 PM CET REGISTER NOW *Terms and conditions apply
  4. Following up on your query, we recommend that you set up NAKIVO Backup & Replication in multitenant mode and create remote tenants for managing multiple customers through one central Director. Here's a quick guide: - To add customers as remote tenants, you should install an independent instance of NAKIVO Backup & Replication with its own license at each remote site. - Ensure the cloud-based multitenant NAKIVO Backup & Replication is accessible via a public IP and two ports for remote access. - Manage all tenants from the central multitenant installation. Each remote site remains independent, ensuring jobs continue even with connectivity issues. - No need to open any ports on the customer's side. - This setup addresses your concerns about firewall configurations while offering centralized management. Please don't hesitate to contact our engineers if you need a demo or assistance.
  5. Hello @NiclasE, To address your questions and provide you with a tailored solution that meets your specific needs, we highly recommend booking a live demo with a NAKIVO engineer. During this 30-minute session, you can get answers to your questions and assistance if needed to set up the solution in a way that works best for your requirements: https://www.nakivo.com/how-to-buy/request-demo/ Best regards
  6. @asecomputers Hello Alex, thank you for reaching out with your suggestion regarding self-service license management. Currently, we don't have this feature in our roadmap, but we see the value it could bring to our partners. I'll forward your request to our Product Development Team for consideration. We appreciate your feedback and are always looking for ways to improve. Best regards.
  7. Hi, I'm new to this forum so excuse me if this topic already have been discussed (didn't find any though). My company is hosting and helping multiple customers, both in our hosting and onprem environments. I've been working with Nakivo before but only on onprem installations with one setup per customer (local vcenter and esxi access). But what I now would like to be able to do is to have one central director that we manage multiple customers in. From what I can see in the docs the setup should then consist of a Director with transport and repos centrally, transport agent at the customer site with Direct connect enabled. Agents on physical machines. But the main problem is that we need to open ports in the customer FW to the transport agent server. And if we have a customer that doesn't allow access to vCenter and only allow agent based backups we still need to add a transport and open FW to that. Is that correct? Is there no alternative to have agents talk to our transport and/or director centrally without opening any firewall inbound on the customer side? Hope my question makes sense.
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  9. Hi, We are setup with the multi tenant director and are constantly selling our services to our customer base - is there a way, or a plan on the roadmap etc to enable us to increase our number of licenses without having to do it over email with you guys? Whilst they are quick, it wouldn't be as quick as doing it myself etc. Cheers Alex
  10. @mururoa A Transporter consumes approximately 256MB of RAM per task, such as one VM disk. For ten concurrent tasks, the consumption would be around 2 CPUs and 2.5 GB of RAM, plus the CPU and RAM usage of the operating system where the Transporter is installed. Therefore, with your setup of 4 CPUs and 4 GB of RAM, it is estimated that you can efficiently handle about 8-12 concurrent tasks running simultaneously. Should you require any further clarification or have additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out, and the Support Team will be more than happy to assist you further, use the email support@nakivo.com. Thank you.
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    Hi there, I'm optimizing my nakivo configuration right now. I wonder how to determine what is the best max load for a transporter. I guess bottleneck will not be the network because network speed is usually under 5 Gb and max speed I saw is 16 Gb (once). Cpu usage is like 25%. Free memory is over 2 GB. I/O seems not so high but activity is low for now. So using a dedicated transporter with 4 vcpu and 4 GB of ram, what is the optimum load ? Regards
  12. @Gavino, thank you for your feedback and your vote for XCP-NG/XOA support in NAKIVO Backup & Replication. We understand the importance of this feature for our users who are seeking alternatives to the vSphere platform, especially in light of recent developments. Your comment, alongside @Alex.cartus's request, has been taken into consideration and forwarded to our product team.
  13. +1 for enabling Nakivo to work with XCP-NG/XOA. I really want to get off the vSphere platform now that Broadcom keep tightening the screws. By the looks of things, there are a lot of people in the same boat (life raft!). This is a huge business opportunity for Nakivo to get the early mover advantage on XCP support, and would help Nakivo keep their existing user base of those users leaving, or looking to leave, VMware.
  14. Dear @Alex.cartus, thank you for your query. Currently, NAKIVO does not support XCP-NG in combination with XOA. We've noted your interest and have created a feature request for future versions. Keep an eye on our updates for any news on this. For any questions, feel free to reach out to our support team.
  15. Hello to everyone like many others, we are currently looking for alternatives to vmware. Our current favorite and that of many others we have seen is XCP-NG in combination with XOA. Is there any support planned from Nakivo? Kind regards Alex
  16. @raymond.tuleweit Thank you for bringing up the topic. We're working on adding cloud support for Microsoft 365 backups, allowing storage in cloud repositories like S3 or Wasabi. This feature is planned for release in the near future. Stay tuned for updates and thank you for your feedback!
  17. It looks like it is not possible to store the M365 backups to a cloud repository as S3 or Wasabi. Or did I miss something? The thought storing the M365 data on-premise is different as some competitors and a nice option. But the time has come where hybrid worlds and cloud-to-cloud "backups" make sense. Is a cloud repository for M365 in the pipeline? I don't think the workaround storing M365 data to a local windows repo and making an additional "backup" of that repo to the cloud is a good idea...
  18. Hello Raymond, we've reached out to you by email with how to revert to the legacy retention method by logging in to Expert Mode of NAKIVO Backup & Replication. Our technical team is ready to assist via a remote session if needed. For those interested in how to do this for their instances of NAKIVO Backup & Replication, please refer to: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/User-Guide/Content/Settings/Expert-Mode.htm?Highlight=expert mode Log in to Expert Mode and change the setting system.job.default.retention.approach to legacy. Let me know if you have more questions.
  19. In the newest version, there are no retention tabs (for setting up the option grand-father-son) anymore? How can it be switched to legacy rentention method?
  20. Hello Oliver, Proxmox support in NAKIVO Backup & Replication is planned, but we don't have a release timeline yet. I appreciate your patience and will keep the community updated on any progress. Thank you for bringing this up.
  21. @octek0815, you can find the specific instructions and download link for updating to NAKIVO 10.11.0 on Synology DSM 7 in the following knowledge base article: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/Knowledge-Base/Content/Installation-and-Deployment-Issues/Updating-Manually-on-Synology-NAS.htm If you encounter any issues or have further questions while following the steps, feel free to reach out for more assistance.
  22. Hello, are there any plans for supporting Proxmox in the future? Regards, Oliver
  23. Hi, where can i download nakivo 10.11.0 for synology dsm 7 and higher? Regards, Oliver
  24. Exciting news! The latest 10.11 version of NAKIVO Backup & Replication is out! The new release comes with new features and enhancements for proactive VM monitoring, faster granular recovery and enhanced workflow management. DOWNLOAD NOW Alerts and Reporting for IT Monitoring Set up custom alerts to detect suspicious activity and get comprehensive reports about VMware VMs, hosts and datastores. Backup for Oracle RMAN on Linux Back up Linux-based Oracle databases and instantly restore necessary databases directly from existing backups. File System Indexing Create an index for the files and folders in your VMware and Hyper-V backups to streamline file recovery processes. Backup from HPE Alletra and HPE Primera Storage Snapshots Back up VMware VMs on HPE Alletra and HPE Primera Storage devices directly from storage snapshots to reduce the impact on production environments. In-Place Archive Mailbox, Litigation Hold and In-Place Hold Support Back up Microsoft 365 In-Place Archive mailboxes, Litigation Hold, and In-Place Hold items to comply with legal requirements. Recover folders, files, and other items to the original or a different user account. Universal Transporter Use a single transporter to discover and manage diverse workloads residing on the same host. The new features in NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10.11 are available to try for free! Download the full-featured Free Trial and try the latest functionality in your environment today. DOWNLOAD NOW
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  26. Hello @Viktor Soldan, To run the script on the specified host, NAKIVO Backup & Replication logs in to the host, that is, via SSH, using the credentials specified in the run script action settings. The script should be located on a VM in the specified location. It's important that no third-party software, such as firewalls or antivirus programs, interfere with the login attempt. If you encounter any issues or have further questions, feel free to ask.
  27. I would like to ask a few questions regarding the site recovery VMware VM script - where could be stored ths script on a director or inside the VM ? -what username/password should be used VMware or the guest ? -Is it necessary to have any open ports between director and the VM or communication between the director and host is sufficient ? Thank you
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