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May 07, 2013

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John F. Kim

Great blog! For EMC VMAX customers, RP 4.0 also supports using SRDF and RecoverPoint CDP on the same volume. For many VMAX customers it's pure gold, and something they've really been asking for.

Rickbrunner

Great Blog on a great release Chad.
One correction on scale, RP 4.0 supports 16K copies/devices across all sites in a multi-site system. If using only CDP or only a single CRR copy, that is 8K replication sets, which is 4x increase over previous version.

The_vMonkey

Hiya,

Looks very interesting in new features - in the performance increase just software improvements or hardware too - currently use Gen4 RPAs.

Just love recoverpoint - DR testing and the PVR like point in time snapshots have helped a number of times.

BTW I'm in the UK and currenly use esxi 4.1 with 5.1 in progress but not production use - so can have a play! :)

Phil

Marcus

This sounds great!

I'm also in the UK, using RP and 5.1

Steve Hegarty

Some additional content on using vRPA with VMware SRM for DR-as-a-Service is available @ http://www.emc.com/collateral/white-papers/h12031-wp-disaster-recovery-as-a-service.pdf
This white paper provides a solution for Disaster Recovery as a Service using the virtualized EMC® RecoverPoint appliance, EMC VNX®, and VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager in cloud environments.

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