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VMware moving away from VCB

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Hello,

I don´t know if this topic has been discussed already.

VMware will discontinue VCB when all vendors of backup software have adapted to the new API that VMware has made available, as a replacement in vSpere 4. What does the timeframe look like concerning VB ?

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Re: VMware moving away from VCB

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Hi Johnny, yes this has been discussed before:
http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... +api#p5564

Based on what we know, Veeam Backup 4.0 will most likely be the first solution on the market supporting these new APIs.

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Re: VMware moving away from VCB

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Thanks.

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Re: VMware moving away from VCB

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Gostev wrote:Hi Johnny, yes this has been discussed before:
http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... +api#p5564

Based on what we know, Veeam Backup 4.0 will most likely be the first solution on the market supporting these new APIs.
Any sign of a beta? ;-)

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Re: VMware moving away from VCB

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We will not have public beta with this release.

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