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Question on NetWorker with cloud?

Posted by George Sinclair - NOAA Federal 
George Sinclair - NOAA Federal
Question on NetWorker with cloud?
August 10, 2017 06:59PM
Does anyone know if NetWorker can be installed in the cloud and used
similarly as a physical backup server to disk type backup and then maybe
cloned locally or remotely to tape?

I guess what I'm asking is if cloud backup services are sort of a
turnkey solution, and you don't pick the software or can you? Maybe in
that case it's really just cloud storage? Okay, so if that's the case,
can you do that with cloud storage? Or maybe this makes no sense what so
ever or they simply call that something else, maybe a virtual server
wherein only the data being backed up resides in the cloud?

Thanks.

George

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George Sinclair - NOAA Federal
Re: Question on NetWorker with cloud?
August 18, 2017 08:59PM
Thanks to Scott. A lot of information to wade through but quite useful. :-)

George

On 2017-08-10 21:42, George Sinclair - NOAA Federal wrote:
> Does anyone know if NetWorker can be installed in the cloud and used
> similarly as a physical backup server to disk type backup and then
> maybe cloned locally or remotely to tape?
>
> I guess what I'm asking is if cloud backup services are sort of a
> turnkey solution, and you don't pick the software or can you? Maybe in
> that case it's really just cloud storage? Okay, so if that's the case,
> can you do that with cloud storage? Or maybe this makes no sense what
> so ever or they simply call that something else, maybe a virtual
> server wherein only the data being backed up resides in the cloud?
>
> Thanks.
>
> George
>


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