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vCloud Availability 3.0 Blog Series: Cloud Access, Ownership, and Visibility

VMware vCloud Availability 3.0 (vCAv) allows for self-serviceability by the provider and tenants for disaster recovery services. When working with the customer to set up the service, it is important to understand the scope of responsibility for the service and how it will be managed. This blog will focus on different factors impacting replication in

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vCloud Availability 3.0 Blog Series: Introduction

Until now Disaster Recovery as a service for Cloud Providers has been broken up into three unique solutions: vCloud Availability C2C, vCloud Availability DR2C, and vCloud Director Extender. Unfortunately, these solutions brought with them three disparate interfaces and infrastructure. This has led to a lot of bloat and confusion for cloud providers to sort through.

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