I've been looking for an answer to this without luck.
Quick Synopsis of my environment:
HostA - Contains 24 active VM's /appliances including 1 SQL and 1 DB2 server.
HosbB - Runs Windows vCenter Server 5 and Veeam B&R 9.
All VM's from Host A to Host B local in same site. If Host A fails, I will manually failover to the replica's in Host B using Veeam.
The hole in this scenario is that I have no offsite backup.
Everything I have read says to make a local backup (not replication) and then create the offsite replication from those backup copies.
Wondering peoples feedback, what is the best way to hold replica's in 2 locations that way if the site falls under disaster (fire/flood/tornado etc.) I can quickly spin up the VM's in remote location from host C.