v.Eremin wrote:Since you're talking about vSphere - to - vCloud type of restore, your Service Provider will have to provide you with access to vSphere host (to which VMs can be restored) and then import those newly-restored VMs to vCloud environment. Or even perform restoration part himself.
VBR configuration backup contains info about backup infrastructure components and objects(hosts, servers, proxies, jobs, backup server settings etc.), backups, sessions performed on the backup server and tapes.
So I believe it makes more sense to restore VMs first, then VBR to keep protecting the infrastructure.
Our setup is vCenter based, does that make a difference?
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