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    Bruce Laing

    Hi

    With the SharePoint backup, does this support Modern SharePoint sites?

    Also how are you overcoming the rate limits that Microsoft are imposing on connections to larger SharePoint sites?

    What are the specs required to run the Cloud2Cloud appliances, VM's, etc. necessary to connect it into our managed services platform?

    Thanks

    Bruce

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    Jacques van Rensburg

    With the SharePoint backup, does this support Modern SharePoint sites?
    ** Yes we do. We don’t however support sub-sites yet.

    Also how are you overcoming the rate limits that Microsoft are imposing on connections to larger SharePoint sites?
    ** I’m assuming you’re referring to throttling limits. We have found a few ways to decrease the amount we get throttled by Microsoft. If throttling does occur, in Microsoft response headers, they return a “back-off” time which we then adhere to before trying again. In short, we’ve done our best to prevent throttling, but when it does occur, we follow their standards and retry again after certain delay period as received by them.

    What are the specs required to run the Cloud2Cloud appliances, VM's, etc. necessary to connect it into our managed services platform?
    ** Currently we only have a single managed Cloud2Cloud instance that we manage ourselves in Azure. This instance supports multi-tenancy. So there’s no need for private hosting etc. However it is in our pipeline to evolve the application to allow private hosting of the services as needed.

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