|Once we are doing local protection, lets assume to other SAN, what are the options to make the ZVM resilience as well?
In case the main SAN failure, the vcenter will continue to work since it has HA and will have secondary replica over the 2nd SAN.
But what about the ZVM?
I think that ZVM might be a weakness in the resilance chain. Doesnt it ?
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A new function named Zerto’s Failover Cluster introduced in ZVR 7.0. When you have a Zerto system, you want your system to always be up and running, and to never go down. But, as with all systems, your Zerto system will need maintenance, (like security patches, and operating system updates) and will need to be upgraded with the latest Zerto releases. In order to perform these maintenance procedures, Zerto has integrated with Microsoft’s Failover Cluster feature and now allows their customers to install Zerto Virtual Manager in a clustered environment.
One of the Clustered Concepts is node, which means Clustered nodes (meaning, servers) are connected by physical cables and by software.
If one or more of the cluster nodes fail, other nodes begin to provide service continuously.
For more information, please refer to our 7.0 admin guidance (287-288):