Brief background: I have several virtual servers in Azure, but unfortunately IaaS provides very limited options for backup. To be more precise I can configure backup of virtual servers in Azure only on a daily basis whereas backup of on-premises virtual machines is performed every 3 hours. Yes, I know that backup of virtual machines in Azure on files level can be taken 3 times per day, but this doesn't meet my requirements.
As far as I understand Veeam Endpoint Backup can satisfy my tasks. I just need to create a virtual machine + virtual disk for repository. Then I need to install Veeam agents on virtual servers and configure backup jobs.
However, it is not very clear how I will restore a virtual machine should failure happen. As far as I know I have to boot from recovery disk on a failed virtual server, and there is no option to select media (like in Hyper-V virtual machine settings) in Azure.
I would highly appreciate if someone could shed some light on how to restore virtual machines in Azure using Veeam Endpoint Backup.