Availability for the Always-On Enterprise
Is there a white paper or any info comparing these two solutions?
I know they are fundamentally different in the way they work, but they are both targeting the same customer base so I'm interested in Veeams take on ASR.
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Based on my understanding ASR addresses only replication needs and does that using just one target (Azure cloud).
So, honestly, I don't think you can really make a comparison between availability solution and DR-only one.
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What about if you currently own Veeam and well as have a presence in the Azure cloud? What would Veeam give me versus ASR and vice versa? We are a Veeam customer and are doing a POC of ASR for DR to the cloud. ASR uses CNT and is agent based and does not rely on VMware snaps, which is pretty interesting.
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I am currently doing research into Azure and this company is using Veeam.
What were your findings Daveyd?
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