Veeam ONE Server

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    For the Veeam ONE Server component, use a server that meets the following requirements:

    Specification

    Requirement

    CPU

    The amount of required CPU resources depends on the number of hosts in the managed infrastructure:

    • 4–8 vCPUs for up to 100 hosts
    • 8–12 vCPUs for 100–500 hosts
    • 12–16 vCPUs for 500–1000 hosts
    • 16+ vCPUs for 1000+ hosts

    For monitoring and reporting on the Veeam Backup & Replication environment and operations only1:

    • 2 vCPUs for up to 1000 protected workloads
    • 2–4 vCPUs for 1000–10000 protected workloads
    • 4–6 vCPUs for 10000–20000 protected workloads

    RAM2

    50 MB per managed host and 600 MB per managed vCenter Server.

    Note: This requirement assumes that there are no standalone hosts in the managed infrastructure. All hosts must be included in clusters, and clusters must be managed by vCenter Server/SCVMM. Such configuration results in fewer connections to virtual servers during data collection, and requires less memory resources.

    In environments with standalone hosts connected to Veeam ONE directly, memory requirements will be higher.

    For monitoring and reporting on the Veeam Backup & Replication environment and operations only1:

    • 4 GB for up to 1000 protected workloads
    • 4–15 GB for 1000–10000 protected workloads
    • 15–30 GB for 10000–20000 protected workloads

    Disk

    50 GB recommended space for Veeam ONE cache and Veeam Intelligent Diagnostics logs.

    OS

    Windows Server 2012 R2, 2016, 2019 or 2022

    Bandwidth

    1 Mbit/sec for 100 hosts

    1Under the condition that a protected workload is included in one data protection job scheduled to run daily.

    2If you connect Veeam Backup & Replication servers to Veeam ONE, increase the amount of required memory resources by 25% for each host that runs VMs being backed up or replicated.

    For measured results of CPU and memory resource usage, see Appendix B. Performance Measurements.