Dave-Departed wrote:As far as I can tell, if we went down the Azure route (using Veeam to restore our on-prem instances to Azure instances), once our VMs were in Azure, we'd no longer need Veeam - We could use Azure Backup to do the same thing, including file level restores, natively in Azure.
You can choose to run AWS Storage Gateway either on-premises as a virtual machine (VM) appliance, or in AWS as an EC2 instance. You deploy your gateway on an EC2 instance to provision iSCSI storage volumes in AWS. Gateways hosted on EC2 instances can be used for disaster recovery, data mirroring, and providing storage for applications hosted on Amazon EC2.
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