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Disaster Recovery site replication

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I currently have 3 ESX host servers that is managed by vCenter.  All the host servers currently  use local storage.  I would like to replicate this environment to another site at a new location for disaster recovery.  What is needed to use VMware Site Recovery Manager?  Do i need to use SAN's?  What other options are there replicate vm's to a DR site?
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No need for a SAN

Veeam Backup and Replication will do this nicley for you with no additional SAN and just an ESXi host at the DR location
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