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Configure Site Recovery Manager With Tintri in Minutes

Since joining Tintri I have heard from folks that Site Recovery Manager was something that was “Difficult” to use.   I have in the past stood it up many times and while the product itself does require a lot of thought (regardless of the storage platform).  I am no SRM expert but I have always believed the product was very good …

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Building a Full Scale Hybrid Data Center

Some people may or may not have seen on the VMware vCloud Blog that I posted a series of articles documenting a very large scale lab build out.  The purpose of these articles was to try and drive home some of the examples you can do with Hybrid Cloud if you architect things properly.  You can do a lot with …

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Disaster Recovery Planning Is All About The Application Stack

Having done so much work recently on the vCloud Air – Disaster Recovery, and having done quite a bit of DR planning in past lives, I wanted to touch on a few things that have started cropping up.  What I am about to chat about is not something new, but it seems history as always tends to repeat itself.  As …

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How to Configure Multiple Machines For vCloud Air Disaster Recovery Replication

There is something people have asked as I have done multiple demonstrations of the vCloud Air Disaster Recovery offering is “Can we configure multiple machines for replication?”.  Well, with the help of Akeem Jenkins and some lab testing we found out the answer is actually YES.  To be honest this was not something I was told would work when the …

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Fail To Plan Then You Are Planning To Fail

I think we have all heard this at some point in our lives, but when it comes to Disaster Recovery Plans I’m getting more and more nervous about folks that seem to have NO plan.  Better yet they have no idea HOW to plan for various circumstances.  Having been part of multiple Disaster Recovery planning projects as an admin and …

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