SQL Backup in conjunction with other backup software
We currently use Symantec NetBackup for server-level backup. How does SBP Backup work in conjunction with server-level backup? Would I leave the complete nightly server backup through NetBackup in place, and treat backups from SBP completely separate? If we did a server-level NetBackup restore, that would bring SQL Server back to the state it was at the time of the backup, which may be okay in certain situations. However, if I need to do a point-in-time SQL restore, I could just restore through SBP after the NetBackup restore?
I get nervous with the NetBackup backups because the disk seems to get quiesced during the backup. So, in the SQL backup history tables (msdb.dbo.backupset and msdb.dbo.backupmediafamily), I see backup records interspersed with my native SQL Backups. Will SBP be able to recover to any point before or after the NetBackup recovery, assuming that the transaction log backups are available? Or will it get confused by the backup records generated by NetBackup?