This second post will continue with the small series of blog posts. This series will talk about some probably not well know features of Veeam Backup & Replication.
Usually you’ve got your infrastructure set up, your Veeam backup server up and running, and your daily backup and replication jobs are working fine. And then, all of a sudden, the manager arrives at your desk (or calls you by phone, I leave it to your imagination…) and would like you to decommission an old virtual machine. You don’t need this machine anymore. But the management (and probably you too) are not sure, so just kill and delete this VM isn’t an option. I think this is pretty common in various companies. Getting rid of old and already replaced virtual machines frees up costly hardware ressources (CPU, Ram, Disk). One of the most reason to not kill a VM is that people aren’t sure if