I use netapp and veeam. I use Veeam to control all the netapp snapshots, no Veeam jobs go over the WAN to DR, only SAN traffic but controlled from Veeam. I stop doing replication for DR, the reason is "With Instant recovery from my Netapp snapshot it takes only as long that it takes to boot the recovered VM. The recovered VM is already on the SAN so it is off to the races. I can also Instant Recover all VMs on the SAN at the same time if needed with all VMs running full speed. My SAN snapshots are now my replica's on the live SAN without using the space. Works the same way at the DR site using remote snapshots. I think the value of the Instant Recovery feature is not known until you need it. My DR tests love Instant Recovery
Once the VM is running in DR just storage vmotion to where you want it to live.
I use Veeam created SAN snapshots for RPO 1 hour for last 36 hours. RTO 4 hours but can do in 2, a few VMs, RTO minutes
Veeam created remote snapshots RPO 1 hour, last 36 hours, RTO 4 hours
Veeam backup on disk RPO 24 hours for 90 days. RTO 4 hours
Veeam backup on disk off-site RPO 24 - RTO 6 hours 30 days
Veeam Tape RPO 24 hours RTO 24 hours - 7 years of data.
Some where I believe I posted my step up but if you want more info ask. I work for a bank and DR tests are a few times a year, my last test of a whole site took less than an hour. Before netapp/Veeam combo it took a whole day. To go from test to live just storage vmontion as the DR servers are already on the SAN, or use from the snapshot for a few days.
Also all file restores are done from the SAN snap shots now for speed, right click snapshot, click vm, restore files - Veeam will mount the snap shot and then clean up, it is that nice.