Posted by: MikeLaverick
This blog post is just quick reminder about session at this years VMworld. Like many people I’m actually speaking twice. Once on Monday at noon, and then again (same session repeated) on Wednesday also at noon…
Session ID: BC7773
Title: VMware Site Recovery Manager: Misconceptions and Misconfigurations
Abstract: In the session, Mike Laverick (author of the only two books on VMware SRM) will discuss popular misunderstandings about what is possible for a configuration of SRM, and popular misunderstandings about the product. Drawing from his book, Mike will outline some of the limitations that SRM possess, and how you can work around these with a combination of PowerCLI and SDK. Finally, Mike will discuss what he thinks future versions of SRM will attempt to deliver, and how thinks the technology will evolve in the next 5 years.
If your interested in things SRM related I would also recommend Arturo Fagundo’s session who is the Senior R&D Manager for the product. His session is: BC8449 – What’s New in VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager
The VMworld Schedule Builder is now open. So you can now start putting together your diary of sessions that you want to attend…