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VMware launches Site Recovery Manager 1.0!

Take the Disaster Out of Disaster Recovery

Easily manage and implement your recovery plan with VMware Site Recovery Manager. As an integrated element of your VMware virtual infrastructure, Site Recovery Manager helps you build, manage and execute reliable disaster recovery plans.

Site Recovery Manager lets you:

  • Accelerate recovery for the virtual environment through automation.
  • Ensure reliable recovery by enabling non-disruptive testing.
  • Simplify recovery by eliminating complex manual recovery steps and centralizing management of recovery plans.

Accelerate Recovery

Ensure that you are able to meet your recovery time objectives (RTO’s) by automating the recovery process. VMware Site Recovery Manager eliminates the slow manual steps of recovery, turning the complex paper runbooks associated with traditional disaster recovery into an integrated part of your virtual infrastructure management.

Ensure Reliable Recovery

Eliminate common causes of failure during recovery and make it possible to test your recovery plans thoroughly and easily. By automating recovery, VMware Site Recovery Manager eliminates error-prone manual steps in the recovery process and ensures that recovery procedures will be consistently executed as intended. Site Recovery Manager also makes it easy to execute non-disruptive tests of recovery plans within an isolated testing environment so that you can ensure that they are up to date and will execute successfully.

Simplify Disaster Recovery

Simplify and centralize the process of creating, updating and managing recovery plans. VMware Site Recovery Manager guides users through the process of building, managing and executing disaster recovery plans. It integrates seamlessly with VMware Infrastructure and VMware VirtualCenter to make recovery plans significantly easier to manage and update. It also integrates easily with storage replication software from leading storage vendors to simplify the use of advanced replication software with your VMware virtual infrastructure.


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