System Center Data Protection Manager (SCDPM) is well recognized in the industry for protection of Microsoft workloads and environments. It protects key Microsoft workloads such as SQL, SharePoint and Exchange as well as virtual machines running on Hyper-V. Today, we are announcing support for protection of VMware virtual machines. This will allow enterprise customers to have a single backup solution across their heterogeneous IT environment.
Here are the four simple steps to configure VMware server and DPM to protect VMware VMs.
1. Enable a secure SSL communication between DPM and VMware server
2.Add a new user with certain minimum privileges
4.Protect VMware VMs with DPM
Here are some additional resources:
- Browse documentation or reach out to DPM forum for support
- Tell us how we can improve DPM and Azure Backup: Contribute new ideas and vote on existing ones
- Follow us on Twitter and Channel9
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