Our previous article looked at Hyper-V Server backups, and the differences between full server and guest only backups. In this article, we take a closer look at how to make a Hyper-V guest only backup.
The BackupAssist development team is working on our latest v8 feature release v8.2. Although the big release day of November 19th 2014 is still 7 sleeps away, we thought we’d give you a sneak peek of what to expect. You’re in for a treat!
So your business has made the change to virtual machines ( VMs). Congratulations. You’ve clearly weighed up the pros and cons and decided virtualizing is a good move for your business. You’ve probably made the right choice, as there are some significant benefits to VMs that we’ve discussed previously. But now the fun part starts.
Backing up Hyper-V virtual machines can become complicated once you factor in host data, volumes, domains, disks, VSS writers, services and the resulting issues that can arise. To keep the backups of your virtual machines as simple and robust as the environments themselves, we’ve put together a list of 10 tips for best practice Hyper-V