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"The price of this solution is on the expensive side.""The cost of SRM is a little bit high, especially for smaller companies.""The cost of SRM is on par with market rates.""The licensing costs are increasing.""It is about $3,000 a year for the 25 pack. The package gives you the ability to protect up to 25 virtual machines."

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Top Answer: The solution is very flexible.
Top Answer: We are always looking for solutions that are more affordable. SRM is more expensive than, for example, VirtualBox.
Top Answer: VMware introduced the two next versions of the solution. They are SRM 6.5 and 6.7. I don't have any experience with these two products. However, if I was to talk about version 6, which we are using… more »
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Overview
Verizon Disaster Recovery Services Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery ("BC/DR") program team is responsible for minimizing the impact of a disruption to our customers, employees, infrastructure, and business operations. By focusing on the following activities, Verizon accomplish this objective: Identify critical functions, infrastructure and risks; Implement strategies to minimize the risk of a disruption; Develop Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plans, and Crisis Management Teams to recover operations in the event of a disruption; Maintain BC/DR plans, with updates completed at least annually; and Test our plans, at least annually, to validate our response capabilities.
VMware Site Recovery Manager is the industry-leading solution to enable application availability and mobility across sites in private cloud environments. Site Recovery Manager allows: Fast and reliable IT disaster recovery, simple and policy-based management, zero-downtime application mobility, and up to 50% lower TCO.
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Sample Customers
Wan Hai Lines
Acorda Therapeutics, Columbia Sportswear, Mainfreight, Nippon Express, Sin Chew Media, Fisher & Paykel, Siam City Bank
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Manufacturing Company19%
Government13%
Retailer13%
Recruiting/Hr Firm6%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company33%
Comms Service Provider18%
Financial Services Firm6%
Media Company6%
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Small Business49%
Midsize Enterprise13%
Large Enterprise38%

Verizon Disaster Recovery Services is ranked 12th in Disaster Recovery as a Service while VMware SRM is ranked 8th in Disaster Recovery (DR) Software with 12 reviews. Verizon Disaster Recovery Services is rated 0.0, while VMware SRM is rated 8.2. On the other hand, the top reviewer of VMware SRM writes "Enables us to get a lot of server images successfully but it has connectivity issues with auto-recovery". Verizon Disaster Recovery Services is most compared with , whereas VMware SRM is most compared with Veeam Backup & Replication, Zerto, Dell EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines, Azure Site Recovery and Nutanix Xi Leap.

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