When configuring replication of a virtual machine, you might have noticed the option “Point in time instances” aka PIT. This setting allow for some snapshots to be maintained at the DR site for the replicated VM at certain intervals.
Once your primary and DR site is ready, you can start replicating VM’s between the sites and test the failover/failback etc to ensure your disaster recovery plans are functioning well and you will be protected when actual disaster happens in your on-premise
With vSphere Replication 6.0, VMware added a new feature named “Network Compression” and you have noticed this while configuring replication for a virtual machine.
Prior to vSphere 6, the replication traffic was sent and received using the management interfaces of ESXi and VRA appliances. With vSphere 6 it is possible to send the replication traffic over a separate dedicated interface.
By default, the Read More
In this post we will be working on using a custom signed certificates (CA Signed) on vSphere Replication Appliance.
Unlike vCenter Server, there is no automated way of replacing the default certificates on VR appliance and all it needs a bit of manual effort. VMware
This week I was having some trouble with vSphere Replication appliances in my lab and decided to rip apart my replication setup. I logined to my VR appliance VAMI address and unregistered VRMS from vCenter Server. Deleted my replication appliance in order to deploy
In last post of this series we saw how to deploy vSphere Replication appliance. In this appliance we will see the basic configurations of the replication appliance and will replicate a VM from source site to DR site. Also we will see how to
In last post of this series we saw the prerequisites that needs to be configured in vCenter Server before start deploying the replication appliance. In this post we will see how to deploy vSphere Replication appliance.
If you have missed earlier posts of this series then
In last post of this series we had a look on pieces of infrastructure that needs to be made ready before starting and using vSphere Replication. In this post we will see what are the vCenter server requirements before start deploying vSphere Replication appliances
In first part of this series vSphere Replication Introduction we have discussed what is vSphere Replication and how it works. We also discussed the architecture and components involved and saw the possible use cases where vSphere Replication can be used.
In this post we will
I am quite a new candidate to vSphere Replication and have seen quite a few appliances deployed in our production environment as we are offering Disaster Recovery to Cloud (DR2C) services to our customers in vCloud Air and often have to troubleshoot issues related