For large geographically dispersed virtual environments with multiple Veeam backup servers, it is recommended to use Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager.
Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager is an optional component in the backup infrastructure that federates Veeam backup servers and offers a consolidated view of these servers through a web console. You can centrally control and manage jobs configured on different Veeam backup servers through a single pane of glass, edit and clone jobs, monitor jobs state and get reporting data across all backup servers. Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager also enables you to search for Windows guest OS files in all current and archived backups across your backup infrastructure and restore these files in 1 click.
This section describes a set of exercises that you should perform to learn how to manage a distributed backup infrastructure using Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager.
To evaluate the key features of Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager, perform the following exercises:
Install Veeam Backup & Replication on a physical or virtual machine.
Add the Veeam backup server to Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager and collect data from the added Veeam backup server.
Find a guest OS file in a backup of a Windows-based VM and restore this file directly from Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager to the original VM in 1 click.
Delegate the file-level restore task to another team member.
Clone a created backup job, save it under a new name and edit its settings directly in Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager.
Create an encrypted backup file and unlock it without a password.