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VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager disaster recovery best practices
by Dell and VMware

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Published on: March 11, 2011
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 6 pages
Price: FREE

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VMware Inc. released Site Recovery Manager (SRM) in June 2008 to provide an automated solution for failover of virtual environments to a recovery site. Site Recovery Manager was developed to help automate and simplify the recovery process to a disaster recovery (DR) site. It allows you to create recovery plans using vCenter Server; extend recovery plans with custom scripts; perform non-disruptive testing; automate execution of recovery plans with a single command and to reconfigure virtual machine (VM) networking at the recovery site.


In this tutorial on Site Recovery Manager disaster recovery best practices, learn what you need in place to use VMware Site Recovery Manager, how to test and execute your recovery plans, and if Site Recovery Manager would be a good fit for your company's disaster recovery strategy.

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