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End-to-End Disaster Recovery Approach with Automated SRM Failback

Created on: Feb 12, 2009 11:43 AM by VMworld Team - Last Modified:  Jul 20, 2009 5:12 PM by VMworld Team

Session Details

Session ID:

TA17

Session Title:

End-to-End Disaster Recovery Approach with Automated SRM Failback

Session Abstract:

One year after its release Site Recovery Manager has established itself as an industry leader in DR automation. IT Administrators are seeing the benefits of lower RTO, improved reliability and lower costs through setup, test, and failover instrumentation across their Virtual Infrastructure. At this session, lean about various array replication technologies for iSCSI, Fibre Channel, IP, or heterogeneous environments. Review real-world implementation customer case studies, discuss application consistency during DR, and demonstrate failback automation by extending SRM. Learn how Customers are implementing SRM, the RTO improvements they are seeing, and how extensions to their SRM environment are providing added functionality and improving their DR capabilities.
Key takeaways:
1) Come and see best practices and live demonstrations of VMware?s Site Recovery Manager
2) How to build Site Recovery Manager plans that accurately reflect the dependencies for hundreds to thousands of VMs
3) Discover failback methods for SRM, including seeing the future capabilities EMC and VMware are working on together!
4) Learn how Customers are implementing SRM, the RTO improvements they are seeing, and how extensions to their SRM environment are providing added functionality and improving their DR capabilities.

Track:

Technology & Architecture

Session Type:

Technical Session

Keywords:

SRM Failback, Site Recovery Manager, RTO, DR capabilities

Duration:

1 Hour

Speaker(s):

Scott Baker, vStorage Integrations
EMC Corporation



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