Administering VMware Site Recovery Manager 5.0 by Michael Gordon Laverick

By Michael Gordon Laverick

The whole, Hands-On consultant to fitting and Configuring VMware website restoration supervisor 5.0

 

Administering VMware web site restoration supervisor 5.0 is the full, technical, hands-on advisor to VMware website restoration supervisor (SRM) 5.0 set up and configuration for knowledgeable VMware professionals.

 

VMware discussion board moderator and vExpert Mike Laverick absolutely explains SRM 5.0’s failover/failback tactics, walks readers via configuring garage replication with from numerous major providers, and exhibits the way to successfully enforce quick, computerized, centralized catastrophe restoration. Drawing on his large adventure with SRM and vSphere, Laverick identifies universal pitfalls and blunders, explains why they take place, and indicates precisely the best way to repair them.

 

Fully brand new for SRM 5.0, this ebook promises “in-the-trenches” technical wisdom you won’t locate wherever else, together with specialist information for using SRM 5.0’s complex new vSphere Replication (VR).

 

Coverage includes

  • Going “under the hood” with SRM 5.0 to completely 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 reproduction, 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 out third-party garage array-based replication
  • Using VR to duplicate a unmarried VM or teams of VMs to the restoration website
  • Efficiently configuring safe and restoration sites
  • Using Reprotect Mode to speed up failback and increase VM portability
  • Using dependencies and precedence orders to configure SRM in accordance with your current 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 website recovery
  • Upgrading from SRM 4.1 to SRM 5.0
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Chapter 12, Alarms, Exporting History, and Access Control This chapter outlines how administrators can configure alarms and alerts to assist in the day-to-day maintenance of SRM. It details the reporting functionality available in the History components. Finally, it covers a basic delegation process to allow others to manage SRM without using built-in permission assignments. • Chapter 13, Bidirectional Relationships and Shared Site Configurations The chapter outlines more complicated SRM relationships where SRM protects VMs at multiple sites.

This should allow for the protection of VMs, even if local storage is used—and again, this might be very attractive to the SMB market where direct attached storage is more prevalent. Automated Failback and Reprotect When SRM was first released it did not come with a failback option. That’s not to say failback wasn’t possible; it just took a number of steps to complete the process. 0, and once you have done a couple you soon get into the swing of them. Nonetheless, an automated failback process is a feature that SRM customers have had on their wish lists for some time.

VMotion In my early days of using VMware I would often hear my clients say they intended to use vMotion as part of their DR plan. Most of them understood that such a statement could only be valid if the outage was in the category of a planned DR event such as a power outage or the demolition of a nearby building. Increasingly, VMware and the network and storage vendors have been postulating the concept of long-distance vMotion for some time. In fact, one of the contributors to this book, Chad Sakac of EMC, had a session at VMworld San Francisco 2009 about this topic.

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