Veeam released the Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 4 on January, also with this release, Veeam now also have support for Cloud based Object Storage, such as Azure Blob Storage which means that we can have the last 30 days of data stored on a local repository and then move the archive or later up to a Azure Blob but Azure Blob is capacity tier storage, you cannot use it as local backup repository and backup data to it directly. Let’s follow steps to configure it.
As you know, Veeam released the service pack 4 on January 2019, it’s not fix bugs only, it also includes a lot of new features –
Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2019,
Dedicated view for job and disk-based alarms, Veeam Agents support, Enhanced Cloud Gateway view, Enhanced “Cloud Connect Inventory” report, Microsoft Hyper-V 2019 Support…
Veeam released the service pack 4 on January, it includes to fix some support issues and it also support some current platforms – Microsoft Windows Server 2019, Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V 2019, Microsoft Active Directory 2019, Exchange 2019 and SharePoint 2019, Microsoft Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Oracle Database 18c, VMware vSphere 6.7 U1 ESXi, vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) , VMware vCloud Director 9.5 …. and Expanded restore options to AWS and Azure Stack with Veeam Cloud Mobility, Native Object Storage Support with Veeam Cloud Tier, Improved Security and Compliance with Veeam DataLabs.