Nutanix AHV Synchronous replication port diagram
With AOS 5.17 version recently released, Nutanix introduced support for AHV Synchronous replication (RPO=0) with Nutanix Leap. Nutanix Leap helps streamline and orchestrate disaster recovery for applications running on the Nutanix platform. Tasks like workload Re-IP, test failover, failback, execute pre-failover, or post-failover scripts, boot order can be now as part of the DR workflow.
Nutanix AHV synchronous replication port diagram
- 2009 – To transfer data between clusters
- 2020 – To orchestrate data replication between two clusters
- 2074 – To communicate with other clusters. Used by application-consistent Recovery Points, configuring static IP address, file-level replication, and self-service restore features
- 2030/2036 – To orchestrate replication of VM configuration
- 2073 – To orchestrate replication of NGT configuration
- 2090 – check task status
- For a full port description and Nutanix Leap guide, refer to Nutanix official documentation.
- For specific requirements of data protection with Synchronous replication (0 RPO), see Requirements of Synchronous Replication.
- Working with Nutanix Leap part 1
- Working with Nutanix Leap part 2
- Working with Nutanix Leap part 3