If you have a daDup account, adding it to you Veeam is easy.

First you have to mount the daDup storage at “Backup Repositories”:

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Select Object storage, followed by S3 Compatible. Name you storage and continue.

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The name of the service point is nl.dadup.eu. Region may not be empty so fill out NL. Enter your Access key & Secret key under Credentials.



Select your Bucket (if you do not have one, create one with a tool like Dragondisk) and create a Folder. Click next followed by Finisch and you are done.

In order to use the storage, you have to create a “Scale-out Backup Repository” (SOBR). You can use this later on as storage for you backup jobs. The SOBR is a combination of local storage and remote storage where you select when to use the daDup S3 storage.

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Version 10 of Veeam Backup & Recovery will have new features. The “Scale-out Backup Repository” will be able to write directly to daDup. This will save SSD/flash storage. Especially for customers that have an TCC or TCC-Edge.