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vCenter Site Recovery Manager SRMRSS

RPO, RTO, WRT, MTD…WTH?!

Some time ago, I was engaged in a discussion with one of our customers to investigate the possibility of VMware Site Recovery Manager implementation in their datacenter. The discussion turned technical pretty soon and when I asked what their RPO or RTO re ...
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Setting up VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager with Partner Storage Arrays (1014610)

VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager requires considerable knowledge of the partner storage array involved in the replication. Issues may arise due to incorrect replication and snapshot configuration. Issues may also arise due to requirements of nami ...
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Site Recovery Manager with vSphere Replication Multi-Point-in-Time (VMware vSphere Blog)

One of the new 5.5 features in vSphere Replication is the ability to retain historical replications as point-in-time snapshots on the recovered virtual machines. Using this feature is quite handy in order to recover from systems that have corrupted data ...
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Site Recovery Manager with vSphere Replication Multi-Point-in-Time

One of the new 5.5 features in vSphere Replication is the ability to retain historical replications as point-in-time snapshots on the recovered virtual machines. Using this feature is quite handy in order to recover from systems that have corrupted data ...
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Site Recovery Manager and vSphere Replication Network Ports Required - Simplified! (vXpress)

Firewalls have been a nightmare for me lately, not because I hate security, but because I hate hunting down the ports which are required to implement solutions successfully. In one of my recent engagement, I came across a heavily fire-walled environment a ...
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VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.5 Guide

This is a Site Recovery Manager 5.5 Guide to help understand the design, installation, operation and architecture of setting up VMware SRM 5.5

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Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager

Application View for vCenter Site Recovery Manager shows the application dependencies between virtual machines in a disaster recovery site. This tool is packaged as a standalone virtual appliance, which can be easily set up in an environment which runs vC ...
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Limitations to Using SRM with Array-Based Replication in Large-Scale Environments (2059498)

If you have a large-scale SRM environment, that involves between 50 to 255 Fibre Channel LUNs, do not run recovery on more than 50 LUNs simultaneously. This recommendation applies whether you are protecting the LUNs in a single recovery plan or in multipl ...
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Understanding Site Recovery Manager protection and recovery limits in a shared recovery-site (N:1) configuration (200806...

A standard VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) configuration has one protection site and one recovery site, with one vCenter Server instance and one SRM Server instance on each site. A shared recovery site (N:1) configuration has multiple protectio ...
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Requirements when using trusted certificates with VMware Site Recovery Manager 1.0.x/4.0.x/4.1.x/5.x (1008390)

If you are using VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) in an environment where vCenter Server is using trusted certificates, SRM must also use trusted certificates. Issues with the SRM certificates can result in error messages: Call for object on Server fa ...
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Operational Limits for SRM and vSphere Replication (2034768)

Different limits apply to the numbers of virtual machines that you can protect using SRM, depending on whether you use array-based replication, vSphere Replication, or a combination of both. Limits also apply if you use vSphere Replication independently o ...
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What’s New With vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager 5.5

At VMworld we announced the newest release of both vSphere Replication and Site Recovery Manager.Version 5.5 introduces a few new features for each of these that I will be diving into more detail on over the next few weeks, but I wanted to give a quick in ...
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VMworldTV: VMworld 2013: Session BCO5129 - Protection for All: vSphere Replication & SRM Technical Update

In this session you will hear about the latest updates to the vSphere Replication and SRM technologies from VMware. Majority of this session will cover how and where you can use these technologies for a variety of use cases. Whether you have a collection ...
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What is new in VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.5

AT VMworld 2013 VMware announced Site Recovery Manager 5.5Part of SRM is the ability to replicate on a per VM basis. Information on What is New on vSphere Replication can be found here. VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM) is a business continuity ...
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vSphere 5.5 Improvements Part 6 – Site Recovery Manager (SRM) and vSphere Replication  by wahlnetwork

It’s been really interesting to watch the evolution of vCenter Site Recovery Manager (SRM). What once was focused entirely on the management and orchestration of LUN level replication, via a vendor specific Storage Replication Adapter (SRA), has continued ...
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Scale Out Diaster Recovery with @Nutanix and @VMware SRM

VMware’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM) a disaster recovery management for virtual applications. VMware host based replication uses VMware snapshots and replicates the snapshots from host to host. VMware snapshots suffer from degraded performance on reads t ...
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Resize virtual machine disk files during replication without using replication seeds (2032942)

vSphere Replication in SRM 5.0 prevents you from resizing the virtual machine disk file during replication. If you did not use replication seeds during configuration of the target disk, vSphere Replication deletes the target disk when you stop the replica ...
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