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Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

Post by lowlander » Feb 10, 2015 1:57 pm

We provide a lefthand configurations @branche offices. We replicate the data to a central lefthand cluster in the central datacenter. Is it possible to restore individual files from these remote copies that exist in the central datacenter, with the snapshot explorer within Veeam B&R ?

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Re: Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

Post by foggy » Feb 10, 2015 2:34 pm

Joep, do you mean you replicate the entire volume with snapshots and can see remote snapshots containing VMs in your central location? Then yes, you can use FLR to restore individual files from these VMs.

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Re: Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

Post by lowlander » Feb 11, 2015 4:37 am

Correct, we do a remote copy that holds snapshots on top op both source and target volumes.

Can we also use IR based on these snapshots, on both locations (meaning in the Central Datacenter as the ROBO) ?

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Re: Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

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Re: Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

Post by lowlander » Feb 11, 2015 11:45 pm

Cool,

Is there a roadmap when this feature will be available for Hyper-V ?

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Re: Remote Copy and Snapshot Explorer for StoreVirtual

Post by foggy » Feb 13, 2015 3:12 pm

I believe you should be able to do similar things using hardware VSS and native storage software.

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