vSphere Replication use cases
■ Data protection and disaster recovery within the same site and across sites
■ Data center migration
■ Replication engine for VMware vCloud Air™ Disaster Recovery
■ Replication engine for VMware vCenter™ Site Recovery Manager™
vSphere Replication features and benefits
■ Simple virtual appliance deployment minimizes cost and complexity.
■ Integration with vSphere Web Client eases administration and monitoring.
■ Protect nearly any virtual machine regardless of operating system (OS) and applications.
■ Only changes are replicated, which improves efficiency and reduces network utilization.
■ Recovery point objectives (RPOs) range from 15 minutes to 24 hours and can be configured on a
per–virtual machine basis.
■ Compatibility is provided with VMware Virtual SAN™, traditional SAN, NAS, and local storage.
■ Quick recovery for individual virtual machines minimizes downtime and resource requirements.
■ Optional network isolation and compression help secure replicated data and further reduce network
■ Support for Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) and Linux file system quiescing improves reliability of recovered virtual machines.
The VMware vSphere Replication 6.0 technical paper presents an overview of the architecture, deployment, configuration, and management of vSphere Replication..
In this session you will hear about the latest updates to the vSphere Replication and SRM technologies from VMware. Majority of this session will cover how and where you can use these technologies…
Senior Staff Engineer Peter Shepherd explains how to deploy the vSphere Replication appliance using the OVF wizard in the vSphere Web Client. vSphere Replication is an extension to the vCenter…
What s New in vSphere [V5.1] for vSphere Replication.
This video provides an example of how to replicate and recover a virtual machine using VMware vSphere Replication.