Veeam: Ultimate FAQ for Scale-out Backup Repository
Veeam Availability Suite v9 has been out for more than 2 months now. Many users have already upgraded, and are embracing it as well as asking questions about the new version and its features. Among the new features, there is one we’re especially proud of: Scale-out Backup Repository. This one gets a lot of questions in communities and I’ve decided to address them by issuing the ultimate FAQ. This should answer the most common questions (if not, let me know, I’ll add your question and the answer) and help describe how Veeam’s Scale-out Backup Repository works.
Q: What’s Veeam Backup Repository?
A: It’s a place where Veeam Backup & Replication can store backup files. Technically, it’s a folder on a disk/storage, configured from Veeam GUI (or by PowerShell cmdlets). Veeam has full access to this folder, and can read and write files.
Q: What types of repositories does Veeam have?
A: As of version 9.0, there are 4 repository types Veeam…
Read the entire article here, Ultimate FAQ for Scale-out Backup Repository
via the fine folks at Veeam Software