By Michael Gordon Laverick
The whole, Hands-On advisor to fitting and Configuring VMware website restoration supervisor 5.0
Administering VMware website restoration supervisor 5.0 is the whole, technical, hands-on advisor to VMware web site restoration supervisor (SRM) 5.0 set up and configuration for skilled VMware professionals.
VMware discussion board moderator and vExpert Mike Laverick absolutely explains SRM 5.0’s failover/failback techniques, walks readers via configuring garage replication with from numerous prime providers, and exhibits the right way to successfully enforce quickly, automatic, centralized catastrophe restoration. Drawing on his broad adventure with SRM and vSphere, Laverick identifies universal pitfalls and error, explains why they take place, and exhibits precisely easy methods to repair them.
Fully brand new for SRM 5.0, this ebook provides “in-the-trenches” technical wisdom you won’t locate at any place else, together with professional advice for using SRM 5.0’s complex new vSphere Replication (VR).
- Going “under the hood” with SRM 5.0 to entirely comprehend its operation
- Configuring SRM 5.0 with Dell EqualLogic Replication, EMC Celerra Replicator, EMC CLARiiON MirrorView, HP StorageWorks P4000 digital SAN equipment with distant replica, and NetApp SnapMirror
- Configuring a number of LUN/volumes with digital machines and digital disks
- Installing VMware SRM and configuring vSphere Replication (VR)
- Using VR to duplicate VMs throughout destinations with no third-party garage array-based replication
- Using VR to copy a unmarried VM or teams of VMs to the restoration website
- Efficiently configuring secure and restoration sites
- Using Reprotect Mode to speed up failback and increase VM portability
- Using dependencies and precedence orders to configure SRM in keeping with your latest different types of purposes and services
- Leveraging SRM 5.0’s scalability advancements to serve large-scale and/or cloud environments
- Defining customized restoration plans
- Working with alarms, export histories, and entry control
- Implementing bidirectional relationships and shared website configurations
- Scripting computerized web site recovery
- Upgrading from SRM 4.1 to SRM 5.0
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The Business Copy license is only used when snapshots are created while testing an SRM Recovery Plan. The Continuous Access license enables the replication of what HP rather confusingly calls vdisks in the storage groups. Caveat #3: Read the Manual Storage management systems have lots of “containers” which hold other containers and so on. This means the system can be very flexibly managed. You can think of this as being a bit like Microsoft’s rich and varied group structure options in Active Directory.
As with all forms of automation, it’s sometimes difficult to see the benefits of a technology if you have not experienced what life was like before its onset. I also want at this stage to make it clear what SRM is capable of and what its technical remit is. It’s not uncommon for VMware customers to look at other technologies such as vMotion and Fault Tolerance (FT) and attempt to construct a disaster recovery (DR) use case around them. While that is entirely plausible, care must be taken to build solutions that use technologies in ways that have not been tested or are not supported by VMware.
But generally I am skeptical about this approach. I subscribe to the view that you should use the right tools for the right job; never use a wrench to do the work of a hammer. From its very inception and design you will discover flaws and problems—because you are using a tool for a purpose for which it was never designed. For me, P2V is P2V; it isn’t about DR, although it can be reengineered to do this task. I guess the proof is in the quality of the reengineering. In the ideal VMware world, every workload would be virtualized.