A good number of analysts and technical experts have reviewed and written about Vembu BDR Suite v3.6 because of the less complexities involved and also because of its comprehensiveness. Unixarena’s article, Vembu BDR Backup On-Premises Deployment very briefly talks about the deployment of a Vembu BDR Backup Server on Window server 2012. The author begins the article by commenting that Vembu BDR Backup server installation is very simple and quick and also Vembu BDR Backup Server and OffsiteDR Server can be installed on physical or virtual machines depending on the size of the environment. Small businesses may use virtual machine for Vembu BDR backup server and OffsiteDR server but physical machine for Vembu BDR backup server and OffsiteDR server to get instant boot feature.

Lingeshwaran, the author in his article of Unixarena provides a detailed table of system requirements needed for the process. Then, he lists the supported platforms, virtual machine specification & requirement. The author presents a vivid picture about the On-Premises deployment and presents the steps involved. It begins with downloading Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable x64 which is a dependency for Vembu’s Suite and the subsequent steps involves downloading of Vembu BDR Suite. The author at a point recommends to store the database in different drive than C and explains about the ports involved in the process. Once the installation is complete, Vembu Backup console is launched using server IP address and port 6061 and finally the author is able to complete the configuration in simple steps.

Please Click Here to read the complete article by Lingeshwaran of Unixarena.com

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Vembu BDR Backup On-Premises Deployment – An article in Unixarena
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