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Cloud Solutions for SRM/SnapMirror

Posted on 2013-06-11
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Our architecture: Cisco UCS, VMWare 5, Netapp 3240 pair, NFS.  
We have this in our main data center and it works great.  We
have leases and commitments on this infrastructure for a while.
But the servers and filers at the DR site are getting old.
I wondered if users knew of cloud services that would
allow the cloud to be used just for DR and work in conjunction
with SRM and SnapMirror.
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Never done it as I don't have any netapp kit but pretty sure rackspace has all that
http://solutionconnection.netapp.com/Core/DownloadDoc.aspx?documentID=95925&contentID=133004
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Thank you.
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