It's hard to say anything without any info about your RPO and RTO objectives. Another significant thing that should be taken into account when planning a backup infrastructure architecture is backup method that you'd like to use. So please provide some extra information and kindly use our search engine.What are the recommendations for maintaining high performance for this system? Should all of the roles be installed on this dedicated appliance? One big repository, our should we split into more than one RAID group?
That is a subject to test. Anyway it's not a recommended approachfor large environments. It'd better to either use on-host proxy or to deploy a separate physical machine. Please take a look at this article.Would performance be helped by having a backup proxy in a VM on each hypervisor?s
Hyper-V takes a snapshot in a different way than VMware. You should keep in mind that VMs that have shared vhdx can be backed up in a crash-consistent state only. Also CBT data is stored on each node of the cluster, and if it is turned off, then VM backup job will do a full disk image scan.Are there differences between VMware and Hyper-V backup that I should be aware of?
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