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VCC and object storage combined

Post by backupquestions » Jun 04, 2019 3:55 pm

Something I hadn't considered fully...

Veeam Cloud Connect and then SOBR with Capacity tier to S3, would be competing for bandwidth.

My thoughts are the below, please confirm if this seems like things will be OK due to the reasons I list, or is there anything I need to consider more? Veeam throttling rules for internet traffic would be global to both services, right? Or I guess you can enter in different public IPs in the rules so you could throttle one more than another etc.

1. GFS points would sit locally first on SOBR before aging out. It is no big issue if it takes a long time to age that first one out as it is still local until then and once that first GFS point is out, all others will be tiny changes+metadata only. Even for additional YEARLY copies etc?

2. I have the worry that daily incremental Veeam Cloud Connect jobs will fail or not finish each day meaning we are always behind, but I'm again thinking that once all initial seed VBK for capacity tier have aged out, then the bandwidth and time requirements for future cloud tier jobs will be tiny so it won't be an issue?

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Re: VCC and object storage combined

Post by veremin » Jun 04, 2019 6:36 pm

Or I guess you can enter in different public IPs in the rules so you could throttle one more than another etc.
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Even for additional YEARLY copies etc?
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I have the worry that daily incremental Veeam Cloud Connect jobs will fail or not finish each day meaning we are always behind, but I'm again thinking that once all initial seed VBK for capacity tier have aged out, then the bandwidth and time requirements for future cloud tier jobs will be tiny so it won't be an issue?
Subsequent runs should take less time than initial run, correct.

Thanks!

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Re: VCC and object storage combined

Post by backupquestions » Jun 04, 2019 6:41 pm

Thank you.

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