New White Paper: Stretched Clusters and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager

VMware just released a very interessting white paper about stretched clusters compared with Site Recovery Manager (SRM). I just can recommend to have a closer look at it!

http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/techpaper/Stretched_Clusters_and_VMware_vCenter_Site_Recovery_Manage_USLTR_Regalix.pdf

White Paper: Stretched Cluster and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager

White Paper: Stretched Cluster and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager

“This paper is intended to clarify concepts involved with choosing solutions for vSphere site availability, and to help understand the use cases for availability solutions for the virtualized infrastructure.
Specific guidance is given around the intended use of DR solutions like VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager and contrasted with the intended use of geographically stretched clusters spanning multiple datacenters.
While both solutions excel at their primary use case, their strengths lie in different areas which are explored within.”

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