Obviously, as some services like SQL become increasingly first class citizens with the infrastructure with higher I/O burdens, am I right to assume that generally everyone moves away from using Veeam? I say this because normally with a high importance and high I/O SQL platform you probably have tighter RPOs. If you do have tighter RPOs (perhaps 60 minutes), utilising Veeam replication means hourly stun, which is often an unacceptable side affect to be experiencing so often.
We want to remain a SQL Standard house if possible, we want OS maintenance capabilities and we don't want any re-pointing of apps should we have a site DR event (I know - a lot of want!!). I wonder how many of you also have higher end virtual SQL platforms and how you get the balance right?
I see that Zerto might be a nicer fit alongside a Windows MSCS cluster, but be interested to see what else you guys are doing.