This book will teach you how to install and configure VMware’s SRM. It also covers in detail the failover and failback processes – and I will guide you step-by-step through the set up of the product. This book is not filled with project management padding that typifies a lot of IT books. It is practical and technical, and assumes you are already pretty familiar with VMware’s Virtual Vi3 products. In this book you will learn the strengths and weaknesses of Site Recovery Manager, and I will show you the common pitfalls and errors that can happen, and also more importantly why they happen, and how to fix them.
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Nov 13, 2008
"SRM and Mike's Complete Virtualization Catalog" This book is not only excellent in it's technical knowledge; it's a great read as well. (How many deep technical books can you say that about?)In fact, Mike Laverick deserves credit for creating some of the most readable and useful technical literature in the relatively new virtualization space. This book on SRM is chock full of deep technical detail and real world examples of where and how implementing SRM might benefit your organization. SRM as a product is still gaining traction in the marketplace, a work of this quality can only help. Great job, Mike.
"SRM - the easy way out of that Dark Place" This is a well writen and focused book. all credit to Mike for the obvious work he has put in and his level of understanding of the product shines out. I would recommend this book as required reading for anybody that is considering or is actually implementing SRM. IT WILL HELP.
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