Earlier this year I took an official VBR course, and from my notes the instructor said something in the lines of this:
Is this correct and would this mean that the backup proxy at the source location uses one CPU core per VM and target backup proxy as well respectively, or if source and target is the same proxy 2 CPU cores, per VM replicated? So a proxy with 10 Cores (for easy math) would be able to replicate 10 VMs at the same time, or only 5 if it is both source and target? Is this also true no matter which replication type used (seeding, from production storage, from backup files, from storage snapshots)?1 data mover per source VM + 1 data mover per target VM = 2 movers/replicated VM = 2 cores/replicated VM
And what are the Min and Max RPO times supported for Veeam Replication? I can only find information regarding CDP replication (2s/15s-60m). In the schedule option you can set "Continously", would that mean RPO 0 (Zero)? I did however read somewhere that CDP replication allows "better"/lower RPO's, so I'm guessing there is some limits to Veeam Replication.
Primarily I'd like to know how many VM's I would be able to replicate, and if that is simply related to the hardware assigned to the proxies then how to calculate it. If it is related to number of cores, what happens if that number is exceeded? Will it fail, take longer time, or would I manually need to split them from running too many at the same time etc?