Category Archives: srm

SRM support for VVols coming!


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VMworld is coming up, which means that is “announcements season”. First announcement that I can share with you is the fact that VVols support for SRM is now officially on the roadmap. This is something Cormac and I have pushed hard for the past couple of years, and it is great to see this is finally […]

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Can I select VSAN as my placeholder datastore with SRM?


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I received a question today about SRM, vSphere Replication and VSAN. The current documentation for SRM says the following: Do not select as placeholder datastores any datastores that you use as the replication target datastore for vSphere Replication. The question was, what about when using VSAN? As with VSAN as the source and destination datastore […]

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