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Full Name: Kellen Flood

Veeam ONE ROBO deployment

Post by Kellen.Flood » Feb 23, 2017 4:41 am

We are looking to rollout veeam one for 50 branch offices.
Roughly 5-10tb data 15 vms per site
MPLS connections from 10-20
Main D.C. Currently has veeam and veeam one.

Is there a recommended architecture for the above setup?
I have looked at advanced deployment and where the components would sit
Main install and SQL in D.C. And the monitor client at each site

Would we need to be worried about the server bogging down while trying to ingest the data across our mpls connections?

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Re: Veeam ONE ROBO deployment

Post by Mike Resseler » Feb 23, 2017 5:52 am


The way I would do it is to install a dedicated server (VM) for Veeam ONE and separate the SQL database (you can reuse one if you already have a dedicated SQL server) and beef those up.

A monitor client at each site is certainly an advantage.

The only thing I would worry about is that too much data will be collected. I would start "small" and measure your bandwidth and the server resources and then start collecting more data based on the results

Hope it makes sense

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Re: Veeam ONE ROBO deployment

Post by Shestakov » Feb 23, 2017 11:50 am

Hello Kellen,
I agree with Mike on starting step by step. I believe 15VMs on 50 sites is what Veeam ONE Server can handle. You may also leverage Advanced scalability mode to decrease amount of data sent between branch offices and VO server.
Let us know how the process goes.

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