TechEdge Los Angeles 2013 – Disaster Recovery Best Practices for XenServer

Citrix XenServer 6 introduces an integrated Disaster Recovery (DR) feature that allows you to recover virtual machines (VMs) from a catastrophic failure that disables your production pool. When your primary (production) site goes down, how do you get your VMs back up and online at your secondary (DR) site? Do you have a secondary site? If not, what can you do in a similar situation? The presentation in this article has answers to these questions.

What you will learn:

  • How to utilize the DR wizard in XenServer to recover from a disaster
  • How to recover without using the integrated DR wizard
  • Common practices for a successful recovery

Disaster Recovery Best Practices For XenServer

 

Duration: 36:40 minutes

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You can also download this video from http://www.citrix.com/tv/#videos/8417

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