Scenario as below:
Was assigned to look into new SharePoint 2013 setup and OneDrive for business. For the Onedrive portion, i was told that management intends to use it as a storage location. Meaning to it will be used as user's personal storage and they intend to assign about 300GB per user to store their personal stuffs.
As I understand from the articles that I've read on OneDrive for business,
"OneDrive for Business in a SharePoint 2013 on-premises environment, user files are stored in the SharePoint Content database in the SQL Server that you are using for SharePoint Server 2013. User storage quotas are set through site settings for the web application that is hosting the My Site host site."
Therefore from this understanding, OneDrive contents would actually reside in the contentDB.
However, limitation to contentdb size is that it is limited to 200GB per contentDB. Therefore here comes the perplexed situation,
Management wants onedrive to be implemented, able to integrate with sharepoint with assigned 300GB space per user BUT not looking at the cloud to store data as they only want data to reside locally in-house.
Question is, is there a way for onedrive to be implemented using local SQL storage. And if it can be done, don't mind if you guys could share some light or article? THanks. I've gone bonkers searching for this info.
Thanks in advance.