113 wrote:Has anyone tried restoring Data from AWS using veeam vtl?
readie wrote:However, the bundling seems to have complicated the situation, and now we either need a 'Cloud Service Provider' (additional costs) and/or Amazon's AWS Gateway (additional monthly cost $125+).
Some have suggested using Synology (which we have) which has the Glacier software built in to the latest version, but it will be a pity to use Synology rather than Veeam to do this bit of our backup strategy.
I should value any comments from Veeam themselves, or from anyone else who has managed to use Glacier as part of their backup strategy.
dellock6 wrote:Many of this solutions are file-based replica, and not block-based. I did some researches some years ago, so it may have been changed, but those software are designed for the use case of a computer file system, where files are small, and thus they can be copied again if modified.
With Veeam, if we just inject few blocks into the vbk, the file is completely new from the point of view of the replication software, thus it has to be copied entirely again. So, Forever forward and reversed modes are to be excluded. You may try active full, but then each cycle you have to copy the whole full backup file.
I've seen some replication software able to work at the block-level, so they might be able to just replicate the changed block after a transform, but they are pricey, so every penny saved by going to these cheap storage solutions are lost.
Sorry for sounding like a marketing boy, but this is again the advantage you get by using Veeam Cloud Connect over plain cloud storage...
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