Online backup for Hyper-V

Looking for an online backup solution suggestions for 2 VM hosts, needing about 10 TB of storage total.
One of my VMs is running exchange, if that matters.
I see Google drive has 10 TGB for $99 per month, but dunno if there are better options, not necessarily price wise, but geared specifically towards Hyper-V environments.
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Hyper-V Replica is built-in. It requires another server on the receiving end.

Storage Replica can be used between two sites with 5ms-7ms latency for synchronous storage replication or 7ms+ for asynchronous replication.

Azure Site Recovery is cloud based and works essentially out of the box with Azure.

Veeam CloudConnect (IIRC) is a third party product that does the same thing. StorageCraft also has a cloud backup setup with site recovery options.
gromackAuthor Commented:
Does anyone know how to translate that pricing for Azure, or is there a certification for it?
Looking into altero.
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gromackAuthor Commented:
I had an ibackup account & am currently backing up one VM, 538 GB.
It has been running for 11 hours & shows as 8% done.
Is backing up to the cloud even a viable alternative in my case?!?
Would a local NAS device & some alternating USB drives be sufficient?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I assumed you would have done the math and known your upload speed.  If not, do it.  The initial seeding can take days.  Once up, replication (with Hyper-V replica) can be fairly quickly and reliable with an OK speed.
gromackAuthor Commented:
Yes, I'm 34 hrs in & at 56% & that's only one VM!
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
And yes, that's DAYS per VM.  If you don't have a fast upload.  Again, I assumed you would have done the math on this or you wouldn't be looking for a cloud solution.  Cloud is great if you have the bandwidth.  And trust the cloud vendor not to raise prices or something... (I don't like cloud for major things - you're too much at the mercy of the cloud vendor.  But most people seem to think it's the greatest thing since the mouse.)
gromackAuthor Commented:
Went with the free Altaro for the moment, along with file backup with my ibackup account. Not perfect, but will work for now...
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