BEST PRACTICES GUIDE

Metro Availability

Deliver zero RPO and near-zero RTO for your critical workloads with Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure.

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Most solutions that exist today are expensive, complex, and built on legacy principles and infrastructure. As a result, many application workloads are not protected—or are underprotected—and vulnerable to outage. To help address these concerns, Nutanix has developed a continuous availability solution called Metro Availability.

Combining the Nutanix hyperconverged infrastructure with this continuous availability solution limits downtime and preserves all data, even during a complete site failure. Further, Metro Availability enables workload mobility for disaster avoidance or planned maintenance scenarios.

Download this report to learn more about the Nutanix platform and the Metro Availability feature. We provide detailed deployment considerations and general best practices around Metro Availability functionality within a VMware vSphere environment, including:

  • Overview of VMware components and features, including the VMware high availability (HA) cluster, Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), vMotion, and vCenter Server.
  • Common operational scenarios, including establishing the stretched cluster, planned failover, site failure, and site recovery.
  • Requirements, interoperability specifications, and specific recommendations.
  • Nutanix utilities and alerting capabilities.

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