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  1. VMworld US Day 1 | TheSaffaGeek
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    […] vSphere 5.5 Improvements Part 6 โ€“ Site Recovery Manager (SRM) and vSphere Replication […]

  2. Mike Pagรกn
    Mike Pagรกn at |

    Do happen to know if they have improved restorability of VMs in ROBO deployments? Currently, you can replicate VMs to a remote site but without a vCenter on that side to manage the restore, its a PITA to get the VM running. The fact that the “replication without vCenter” is promising.

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  3. PJ
    PJ at |

    To me, it is disappointing (to say the least) that SRM STILL doesn’t support SDRS. I’m puzzled by the fact that these two “enterprise-ish” features/products still don’t get along, and more puzzled that this hasn’t caused a riot among users yet.

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  4. Welcome to vSphere-land! » vSphere 5.5 Link-O-Rama

    […] 2013: BCO5129 – Protection for All – vSphere Replication & SRM Technical Update (VMworld TV) vSphere 5.5 Improvements Part 6 – Site Recovery Manager (SRM) and vSphere Replication (Wahl Network) What’s New in vCloud Suite 5.5: vSphere Replication and vCenter Site Recovery […]

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    […] vSphere 5.5 Improvements Part 6 – Site Recovery Manager (SRM) and vSphere Replication(Wahl Network) […]

  6. karlo
    karlo at |

    hi guys I have Site A wich replicates to Site B (one way), Both are active Sites. Site A is one office and Site B is another Office both production. Now VMs hosted in Site B need to be replicated to a new site, Site C. So my questions I know that only one Vmware Replication appliance can be installed per each vCenter knowing that. Can I replicate using the same Vmware Replication appliance to site C? something like Site B can be Target and source at the same time?

    so something like this
    http://screencast.com/t/DGSyNueH3 I took the picture from VDP administration guide and added a new Site

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