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VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 Performance and Best Practices White Paper Posted

VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 is a component of VMware Infrastructure that ensures a speedy and successful datacenter recovery by automating the recovery process and eliminating the complexity of managing and testing recovery plans. A new white paper, VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 Performance and Best Practices, is now available at http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/VMware-vCenter-SRM-WP-EN.pdf

You can also find it under the technical resources section at http://www.vmware.com/products/site-recovery-manager/resource.html.

In this paper we discuss VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 performance, various dimensions on which the recovery time depends and certain performance tips/considerations on architecting recovery plans to minimize recovery time.
 
You will also find Database sizing guides under the Tools section at http://www.vmware.com/products/site-recovery-manager/resource.html which will help you in estimating the Site Recovery Manager Database growth as a function of the number of protection groups, recovery plans and more .

One thought on “VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 Performance and Best Practices White Paper Posted

  1. Katempona

    In my experience, it is an ineetrsting concept and somewhat showcases Orchestrator’s functionality, but it doesn’t have the teeth of third-party solutions as far as enforcement and post-deployment auditing of activities performed outside the LCM interface.Even with vSphere, the lack of true integration with vCenter is disappointing and I’d look for that to be corrected perhaps having the functionality rolled into the native vCenter interface at some point.

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