Proxmox Backup Server 2.2 brings new features to further ensure that data is reliably backed up and restored, efficiently organized, and easily managed. Updates include a new namespace feature for efficient backup management, maintenance modes with operations tracking, optimized file restore, and general performance improvements.
Proxmox Virtual Environment 7.2 comes with Debian 11.3 (Bullseye), and a newer Linux kernel 5.15.30, Ceph Pacific 16.2.7, QEMU 6.2.0, LXC 4.0.12, and ZFS 2.1.4 and multiple enhancements even more convenient management of the system.
Proxmox Virtual Environment 7.1 includes defaults for the installation of Windows 11 (q35, OVMF, TPM), a new backup scheduler daemon, backup retention, protected backups, improved Two-factor authentication, and much more...
This video highlights the use of the new Proxmox Backup Server in Proxmox VE 6.3, shows how to create fast and secure backups, store encryption keys, and the new Ceph features available in the GUI with the stable Ceph Octopus.
Watch how to request Let's Encrypt TLS certificates via the DNS-based challenge mechanism, how to configure up to 8 corosync links for a cluster via the GUI, how to easily synchronize LDAP users and groups, and how to generate API tokens for individual users.
Watch the new features in Proxmox Mail Gateway 6.2 like the Before-Queue filter mode via the GUI, the updaters to the Proxmox Message Tracking Center, how to customize the netmask length for greylist matching, and more...
Watch how to use the new configuration options in the Proxmox VE "Datacenter", the new HA shutdown policy with the migrate option, how to select the noVNC scaling mode, or how to make changes to the network configuration or to running containers on the fly via the GUI.
Watch the new features in Proxmox Mail Gateway 6.1 like for example new Attachement Quarantine, the adjustable scoring of SpamAssassin rules, how to configure NDR policy, the experimental "Before Queue" filtering, and how to add DKIM signatures in the GUI.
How to install a 3-node Proxmox cluster with a fully redundant Corosync 3 network, the Ceph installation wizard, the new Ceph dashboard features, the QEMU live migration with local disks and other highlights of the major release Proxmox VE 6.0.