In a previous article in this series, dedicated to the Proxmox VE hypervisor, we already explained how to backup using built-in tools. This time, we’ll show you how to use the great Veeam® Backup&Replication™ 10 tool for the same purpose.Read more
Google Talk, Jabber, Slack, WhatsApp, Telegram, Zulip, Rocket.Chat, Selectel Chat… We are not rating messenger services, rather describing our journey to the ideal corporate tool.
You could also benefit from our experience: we changed our criteria several times and managed to successfully switch to new technological waves.Read more
Today, I am going to explain how to quickly deploy several virtual servers with different operating systems on a single physical server without much effort. This will enable any system administrator to manage the whole corporate IT infrastructure in a centralized manner and save a huge amount of resources.Read more
Despite how new something is or how long it’s been working under a full workload, equipment sometimes starts to act a bit unpredictably. Servers are no exception.
Crashes and malfunctions happen, and oftentimes, what should just be simple troubleshooting turns into a time-consuming whodunit.
Below, we’ll be looking at a few interesting and curious examples of how servers have misbehaved, and what was done to get them back in order. Read more
How do you keep a data center up and running 24/7/365? A lot of our clients have some idea how this is done, but even those who see the server rooms don’t get the full picture. To give you a better idea of how this all works, today we’re going to give you a small behind-the-scenes look at our Berzarina data center in Moscow.