Veeam Backup & Replication 10
User Guide for VMware vSphere
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Backup Repository

A backup repository is a storage location where Veeam keeps backup files, VM copies and metadata for replicated VMs. To configure a backup repository, you can use the following storage types:

  • Direct attached storage. You can add virtual and physical servers as backup repositories:
  • Network attached storage. You can add the following network shares as backup repositories:
  • Deduplicating storage appliances. You can add the following deduplicating storage appliances as backup repositories:
  • Object storage. You can use cloud storage services as backup repositories. For details, see Object Storage.

Backup Repository Note:

Do not configure multiple backup repositories pointing to the same location or using the same path.

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