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Easily replicate backups on a predefined schedule or continuously- copy an existing job or run a backup job straight to the cloud.
Tenants who plan to store their data in the cloud must configure backup or backup copy jobs on their Veeam backup servers and target them at the cloud repository. When a job starts, Veeam Backup & Replication performs the following actions:
1. The tenant starts a backup or backup copy job. The Veeam backup server on tenant’s side sends a request to the cloud gateway to access the cloud repository.
2. The cloud gateway passes this request to the SP Veeam backup server.
3. The SP Veeam backup server provides a TLS certificate and establishes a secure connection between the SP Veeam backup server and tenant Veeam backup server.
4. VM data from tenant’s side is transported via the cloud gateway to the cloud repository. If the SP has several cloud gateways, VM data is transported via the least loaded cloud gateway being online.
In contrast to backups that reside on the cloud repository, backup files in the "recycle bin" are not intended for regular data restore. However, in a situation where an attacker manages to delete tenant backup(s) from a cloud repository, or if the tenant deletes a backup from a cloud repository by mistake, the tenant may need to restore data from a backup file that was moved to the "recycle bin". Data restore directly from a backup file in the "recycle bin" is not supported in Veeam Backup & Replication. To restore data from such a backup, the tenant needs to obtain backup file(s) from the "recycle bin" first.
Veeam Backup & Replication moves to the "recycle bin" only backup files of the VBK and VIB type. VBM files are deleted from disk immediately when a tenant deletes a backup or a backup file is automatically deleted from the backup chain according to the retention policy. As a result, the SP cannot simply move a backup file back to the folder with tenant backups on the cloud repository. Instead, the SP and tenant need to complete the following tasks:
1. The tenant contacts the SP informing that they want to restore data from a deleted backup.
2. The SP finds one or more backup files required for data restore in the "recycle bin" and passes them to the tenant, for example, over the network or on a portable drive.
3. The tenant imports the VBK file(s) in the Veeam Backup & Replication console on the tenant backup server.
4. After successful import of a backup, the tenant can restore data from the backup in a regular way.
5. [Optional] The tenant may want to continue the backup chain started with the obtained backup file(s). This operation can be available depending on multiple conditions. For details, consider submitting a support case to the Veeam Support Team.
You have the ability to enable encryption on not just the transfer but you can encrypt the backup prior to traversing the SSL connection so it is stored encrypted at rest. No, iland does not have access to the data.
Yes, Veeam Cloud Connect supports customer-defined retention policies – with the granularity and retention period they desire. Multiple jobs can be set for the same data.
Certainly, the service supports both Hyper-V and VMware based environment’s as the source.
Restore process is initiated and managed through your Veeam v8 Console, same as your local restores.
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