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  1. Hello All! Fairly new to things here and still trying to get my footing. When i started at my workplace previous admin set up 3 HP Proliant DL360 Gen 9 Esxi 6.0 servers. At the time budget was an issue so they put 8 - 300GB 10K SAS Hard Drives in. VM's were set up on the three servers with one dedicated to Veeam Backup. Now space has become an issue and we have purchased 8 1TB 7.2K SAS hard drives to swap out. I am having difficulty finding information online for the procedure to swap out all the drives. I believe the Veeam setup information is stored on the 100GB RAM and that just all the VM Backups are stored on the Drives. I want to be able to do this without minimum time down and without losing any data. Thanks in advance!
  2. This new integration with the Veeam Data Mover Service (VDMS) enables DXi deduplication appliances to support the full breadth of advanced Veeam features such as synthetic full backup creation and instant VM recovery. The two companies state that using Veeam with DXi deduplication appliances can both maximize availability of production environments while minimizing backup storage costs. Aside from the above mentioned benefits, DXi appliances will also be added to the Veeam user interface in the next software release. Quantum Announces Tighter Integration With Veeam