We're planning to protect 2x VM's with Veeam backup and Replication v7.
One question is bothering us:
If the Veeam backup server will be down for whatever reason - will the replicas continue?
One more thing; what is the best practice to protect the Veeam VM itself; install in on the same host which we're protecting and replicate it to the second host OR installing it on a separate workstation / server which will be a single point of failure? Or are there more options in order to avoid single of failures?
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