UPDATED Jan 19th, 2009 - the updated doc (v1.01) reflects SRM update 1, general minor corrections, and the removal of the ONLY step (Solutions Enabler) that required an EMC powerlink login.
Folks, here it is - the "all-in" step-by-step guide for setting up Site Recovery Manager with nothing more than two ESX servers (which you can even do with home-brew servers, as noted here) and the Celerra VSA.
If this is your first read, you can either just click on the document below or start the 101, 201, 301, 401 journey here.
This guide isn't the first one of these out there. I think my respected friend Adam Carter at Lefthand did it first (Adam, hope you're enjoying HP!). The NetApp one is pretty good too. What I like about ours is the extreme completeness. It's also nice that the Celerra VSA has no timeouts, no limits (except that you'e not allowed to use it in production).
A quick shout out... This was absolutely yeoman's work by one of the newest members of the Global EMC VMware Specialist squad - Bernie Baker, with strong assists from one of the other newbies - Stephen Spellicy. Both of these guys started relatively recently, and this work is (IMHO) FANTASTIC - it highlights that this stuff can be EASY (and that they have what it takes to have a early impact). Bernie - you've set the bar high for the team and yourself - GREAT WORK!
Until the next major revision of the Celerra VSA (which will be linked to major feature releases), expect to see only one more "301"-level Celerra VSA post (downloading and using EMC Replication Manager for VMware for point-in-time, VM-consistent instant VM backup/restore) - we're warming up in the batter's box a series on Avamar Virtual Edition....