MuhammadAneeqAb
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What is the Number of VMs that be protected per site through VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.1?

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What is the Number of VMs that be protected per site through VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.1? I am aware SRM 6 had the limit of 75 VMs per site. What is the new limit for SRM 8? Per site not total. Thanks.

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virtualg_uk
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Standard licensing limits you to 75 protected VMs per site. See > Site Recovery Manager | Disaster Recovery Software | VMware

Enterprise has no license limit however there are technical limits as described here (depends on protection type, etc) > https://configmax.vmware.com/guest  (Select SRM on left)

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diegodco31
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Hi

Check if the following VMware KB article helps: Operational Limits of Site Recovery Manager

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vbrowncoat
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SRM supports protecting up to 5000 VMs per site.

There are two different licensing levels with SRM, Standard and Enterprise. Standard supports up to 75 VMs per site, Enterprise supports the full scale.

sjesse
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Is it 5000 total if your using array based only, or as the link shared before says vsphere replication only supports 2000, I'm interested since my setup only does vsphere replication.

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virtualg_uk
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Standard licensing limits you to 75 protected VMs per site. See > Site Recovery Manager | Disaster Recovery Software | VMware

Enterprise has no license limit however there are technical limits as described here (depends on protection type, etc) > https://configmax.vmware.com/guest  (Select SRM on left)

__________________________________________________________ Graham User Moderator http://virtualg.uk | @VirtualG_UK

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