Veeam set up to back up to a Synology RAID 1 NAS with enough storage to meet your recovery point objectives.
Backup file destination should be password protected with read-only access for all accounts but admin and Veeam user.
A pair of NAS devices set up identically could be used to provide an air-gap for the backups.
A small single drive NAS/external enclosure could provide a similar setup.
StarWind Virtual Tape Library set up as a backup destination that can then trickle the backups up to BackBlaze would be one of the least expensive off-site/cloud solutions.
well said! thank you very much.
And doens't mean a damned thing because you never gave any actual detail.
That's your opinion, if Phlipelder is selling me a product. I already start discussing with him the details while the other sellers still asking for questions and doesn't seem to have an idea. I feel most of you guys have an idea but choose to do the "play hard to get" approach. Lol.
I'm sorry that most of us want to offer you a good solution instead of telling you to buy the first product that gets mentioned.
Not that Veeam is bad, it's very good. We just don't have any idea if it's a good solution for you.
You have a point, but since one solution seems acceptable. I feel the best approach should be to present another better solution based on the current solution in the table.
You: Hey boss, we found this one over sold solution. Here is a comparable oversold solution.
Boss: Your fired.
Nope, business doesn't work like this. Its SOP to have 3 proposals.