SRM 4.0, Howto’s by Cormac Hogan

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Cormac Hogan, posted some excellent guides for SRM 4.0:

  1. Steps to setup VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 with IBM SVC
    VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 is a disaster recovery product which uses array replication technologies to failover from one site to another. This particular document looks at one particular vendor (IBM) and one particular array model (SVC). The document will take you through the replication and snapshot setup steps.
  2. Steps to setup VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 with EMC Celerra NAS Replications
    VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 is a disaster recovery product which uses array replication technologies to failover from one site to another. This particular document looks at one particular vendor (EMC) and one particular array model (Celerra). This document also focuses on configuring a new feature introduced in SRM 4.0, namely NAS (NFS) replictions. The document will take you through the replication and snapshot setup steps using only the command line interface (CLI).
  3. Steps to setup VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 with NetApp NAS Replications
    VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 4.0 is a disaster recovery product which uses array replication technologies to failover from one site to another. This particular document looks at one particular vendor (NetApp) and uses their FAS simulator. However the steps are also applicable to their standard arrays. This document also focuses on configuring a new feature introduced in SRM 4.0, namely NAS (NFS) replictions. The document will take you through the replication and snapshot setup steps using only the command line interface (CLI).

Make sure to read them if you are implementing SRM in combination with one of the mentioned arrays!

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