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Veeam Backup & Replication using AWS VTL Gateway - Deployment Guide

Dustin Albertson, Cloud Architect, Veeam

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Published: September, 2017

For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Using the AWS (Amazon Web Services) gateway to act as a VTL (Virtual Tape Library) with Veeam®, however, allows users to save time and money by connecting their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to AWS, and then sending archival backups from Veeam Backup & Replication to AWS.

This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with AWS Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including:

  • Planning and proper sizing of an AWS VTL gateway
  • Connecting AWS gateway appliances to Veeam
  • Configuring and ensuring optimal performance for AWS VTL Gateway

For many customers and service providers, long-term retention of backups is a costly and time-consuming process. Using the AWS (Amazon Web Services) gateway to act as a VTL (Virtual Tape Library) with Veeam®, however, allows users to save time and money by connecting their on-premises Veeam Backup & Replication™ archives to AWS, and then sending archival backups from Veeam Backup & Replication to AWS.

This guide highlights the features, setup and best practices for using Veeam with AWS Storage Gateway in VTL mode, including:

  • Planning and proper sizing of an AWS VTL gateway
  • Connecting AWS gateway appliances to Veeam
  • Configuring and ensuring optimal performance for AWS VTL Gateway
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