@antshares When will the client/wallet be available for MAC users? Any roadmap or idea?
PHD Virtual Launches Free Recovery Time Calculator
PHD Virtual has released a free Recovery Time Calculator to quickly and automatically calculate how long it will take to recover virtual machines and critical applications in the event of an outage or disaster.
Dubbed the RTA Calculator, for the ‘Recovery Time Actual’ estimate it provides, PHD’s free tool can be easily downloaded and then immediately provides visibility into what your organization’s actual VM recovery time would be in the event of an outage.
The RTA Calculator has a built-in wizard to connect to VMware. Once installed you are prompted to select the VMs you wish to time for an RTA estimate, and set the appropriate boot order. The RTA Calculator will then take a snapshot and create linked clones for each VM. Due to the use of snapshotting and linked clones, the VM creation process is very quick.
The tool then simply powers up the VMs and times the process, calculating the total time it will take to recover that grouping of VMs - it's that simple! This gives you an accurate Recovery Time Actual you can use to compare to your Recovery Time Objective and determine if you'll be able to adhere to your SLAs.
Run the RTA tool as often as needed to produce an estimate with different production loads.
What You'll Need
Like all PHD Virtual products, the RTA Calculator is highly effective while still maintaining ease of use. It requires no training or product documentation. All you need to know is contained within in this short video demonstration
Other than that just ensure you meet the following 3 requirements
- The RTA Calculator is a Windows applicationa that requires an Administrator account and .Net 4.0.
- The RTA Calculator supports VMware ESX or ESXi with vCenter 4.0 (or higher) with default ports.
- The RTA Calculator will need the VMware guest tools installed.
Download the FREE tool here: http://www.phdvirtual.com/free/rta-calculator