For those who have missed my VMworld Session STO7443 – How did VMware IT Achieve a Non-Disruptive Disaster Recovery Test in 90 Minutes for 900 Terabytes of Storage and 2000 Production Virtual Machines?, There is an another chance to attend my session in VMware User Group (VMUG Session) which will be a webcast happening on Wednesday, December 14, 2016, 12:00 PM IST. This session is all about how did VMware’s Internal IT team developed an Non-disruptive Disaster Recovery Test solution using VMware Site Recovery Manager , VMware NSX & VMware Horizon View. With this Non-disruptive DR Test design, we were able to perform end to end application validation including Business systems. I believe this session could be useful to you to design and develop an Non-Disruptive Disaster recovery test without any downtime to your production infrastructure.
Abstract of the my VMUG Session:
VMware’s IT team achieved a non–disruptive disaster recovery (DR) test failover for 900 terabytes of storage and over 2000 production virtual machines in 90 minutes using VMware’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM), VMware NSX and VMware Horizon View. Simplified DR is one of the biggest driving factors for virtualizing multi-tier applications. Most enterprises have struggled to meet business DR requirements due to the cost, effort and down time involved in implementation and testing. VMware’s IT team developed a DR approach with the goals of shortening the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and allowing non-disruptive DR testing that includes application functionality validation. We will discuss the architecture of VMware IT’s non-disruptive DR solution using SRM, how VMware NSX can be used to create an isolated copy of the production network topology for DR testing and the implementation of VMware View for end-user connectivity to the isolated DR test network. This session will also discuss the testing methodology and advanced configurations used to achieve the DR testing with a shortened RTO.
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Enter your details under Register Now and Click on Register to register for my VMUG session. I hope this session will be informative for you. Register Now and let’s talk to you Wednesday, December 14, 2016, 12:00 PM IST in the VMUG session webcast. Thanks for Reading !! Be social and share it in social media, if you feel worth sharing it.