yamy125 wrote: The issue there is that I can only add in VMs that sit on the DR infrastructure (i.e. the *_replica VMs and a few live VMs that sit there on the DR cluster). This gives us a rough idea, but doesn't take into account the CPU statistics etc. of the actual VMs running because it is referencing the offline *_replica VMs and statistics.
yamy125 wrote:What we really need to be able to do is select the DR cluster infrastructure, but then add in VMs from our production cluster so that statistics of the actual live running VMs are applied against the DR infrastructure. The modelling also doesn't appear to take into account that we already replicate all of these VMs to the DR cluster - and so it doubles up on the storage requirements for the modelling scenario. This isn't a big issue, but figured worth mentioning.
yamy125 wrote:Is there any way to actually model the load on DR infrastructure for a failover scenario? This information is pretty much invaluable to ensure that, in the event of a disaster, the DR infrastructure is actually capable of running particular *_replica VMs required. I would have thought a fairly common question/scenario and hoping there is a relatively easy way to model and report on this that I've missed?
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