Month: October 2016

Product Comparison: VMware SRM & Zerto Virtual Replication

Introduction Obviously, based on my previous blog posts, it's apparent that I've been spending some time in the past few months testing VMware Site Recovery [...]

Dipped My Foot Into the Pool

The other day while I looking to find what programming language would be fun to learn, I stumbled across this post that outlined what languages are good to [...]

Zerto: Perform a VPG Move (VM Migration)

In a situation where a workload needs to be migrated from a protected to a recovery (or site A to site B) in an effort to change where the production workload [...]

Zerto: Create a Virtual Protection Group (VPG)

This blog is the next step following the creation/deployment of the VRAs. To begin protecting virtual machines, you will need to configure virtual [...]

Zerto: Deploy Virtual Replication Appliances

If you've followed along with Zerto: ZVM Installation, this entry is a continuation, and provides steps to deploying the Zerto Virtual Replication [...]

Zerto: ZVM Installation

Here we go!  The following procedure is a step-by-step installation of Zerto Virtual Replication 4.5 U3.  Before starting, you should have built 2 Windows [...]

The Much Anticipated vSphere 6.5!

Well, this just made my day, and I am really looking forward to getting my hands on it - :::Drumroll::: At VMWorld Barcelona 2016, it has been announced [...]

Zerto 4.5 POC Design

In addition to VMware Site Recovery Manager testing, I've also built a 2-site Zerto proof-of-concept environment in the sandbox, which actually spans two [...]

Zerto Virtual Replication 4.5

In addition to VMware Site Recovery Manager evaluation, I've also been asked to perform a side-by-side comparison with Zerto Virtual Replication, and provide [...]

SRM 6.1 POC Update – Post Failed PSC Remediation

Just an update here to show that after resolving that PSC synchronization issue in our environment, I am now able to successfully pair the two SRM sites in our [...]