im working for a small company with apx. 400 mailboxes.
I have a dedicated physical Server 2016 with 60TB local storage in RAID10 and the Veeam products that exists installed.
Backup for O365, have a repository, doing the backups.
But im a bit concerned about the jet blue DB of max 64TB.
Not that im ever going to hit that, but maybe 4TB or 8TB.
What does Veeam do to prevent file corruption? Expect NTFS or jet blue to have it under control?
How do I offload the data to offsite, correctly?
- Im imaging I cant just copy/paste it over my 1gig WAN and expect that to be good - ill find out once in a DR restore scenario, I guess?
I guessing the answer will be to let my B&R backup the O365 repository and use backup copy job for offsite offloading, but it just seems like *alot* when dealing with one file at several terabytes.
My general position on big files is 'dont'
Our datastores in VMware are 1TB or perhaps a bit bigger for a few VMDKS on file servers and SQL servers, but that is pretty much it.
So a 4TB-8TB jet blue DB from Veeam just seems...overwhelming.
Thanks for telling me know you have thought of all scenarios.