We have a network admin who is a Windows expert. Which is good, since we have a largely Windows network. However, there are 2 Linux servers on the network that need to be backed up. In the past we used a home-grown solution for backing up the Linux machines to their own drive, but we'd like to move to a more standard solution (so it passes the "if I get hit by a bus" test). Ideally the solution would integrate into the Windows backup, would be easy for a Windows admin to monitor and manage.
Finding an open source solution is NOT a priority. Finding an easy to use (for a Windows admin, not a Linux admin), reliable solution is. Linux distribution can be flexible (the servers are basically just LAMP servers) if that matters to finding a good backup tool.
Does anyone have actual experience setting up a backup routine like this? What tools would you recommend?