Thank you very much for your answer, Dima. I will look into it.
We are about to migrate our whole infrastructure. Now we don't have a SAN and 90% of our machines are physical. And we have to backup roughly 25 TB from USB drives to NASes until our systems are enterprise grade.
When we go virtual I will try my best to convince my department to buy Veeam, since I have really good experiences with Veeam (Hyper-V) from my former job.
Edit: btw, how does Veeam 8 compare to the solutions NetApp and EMC offer with their solutions? I'd like to backup VMs, copy job them to a second site and cheaper NASes, also desaster recover might be a must.
Would you say, from a technical point not a sales view
, that Veeam is competitive enough to spare the licenses the manufacturers of storage solutions offer?