Veeam Instant Recovery - Migrate to production by Alexfriel » Wed Nov 23, 2016 1:21 pm We have a vCenter with attached iscsi-SAN storage and Veeam which makes the backup on local discs. Everything is working fine, fast, no problems.Run any virtualized application on vSphere or Hyper-V directly from the latest backup, instead of making users wait while you provision storage, extract the backup and copy it to production. After restoration, you can use VMware Storage vMotion, Hyper-V Live Migration or Veeam’s proprietary Quick Migration to move VMs back to production storage. The restored virtual machines can be storage live migrated to the production CSV at a controlled pace and be made highly available again in the cluster via storage live migration. Depending on your storage array’s capabilities regarding IOPS and latency, this can work fine. Restore to Hyper-V production hosts with local SSD/NMVe disks
Veeam 5 does in fact disable automount by default. Normally to backup a Veeam server (which we usually make a separate physical box to take advantage of the Instant Recovery feature) we would use Symantec or Arcserve or even Windows backup. And would offload it to tape directly. Veeam cannot back itself up, its an egg before chicken sort of thing. Aug 31, 2020 · With Cirro you can extend your domain into the cloud environment and spin-up a dedicated server, or full environment, on which you can run live production services. This can be fully tested and incorporated into an automated Disaster Recovery plan. Veeam gives you near-instant data recovery, for any application, or any data, to any environment.