We've been a Veeam customer since ver5, using it at our central and DR sites.
To this point, we have not virtualized our DC/file/print servers at remote offices, as we haven't had a VMware licensing model which works for us. It would typically be one or maybe two VMs running at a remote site which does not justify paying for a full host license. So all of that has remained physical.
With the announcement from VMware of Remote Office Branch Office license packs, the VMware licensing model now works for our situation. We can just pay by the VM for those hosts running single VMs.
My question - will Veeam introduce a matching per-VM license model to go along with the VMware Remote Office Branch Office packs? I can't justify paying for full CPU licenses for a remote VMware host which is only ever going to run one VM. There are lots of reasons to still virtualize in this case, but so far we've been stopped by licensing concerns. There are likely other organizations in the same situation as us, that have been waiting for a VMware licensing model that makes sense for remotes. But I think we still have an issue on the Veeam side.