A financial institute deployed a vSAN Stretched Cluster to provide geographical resiliency. After a recent WAN outage, the institute decided to deploy a smaller warm site and use vSphere Replication to asynchronously replicate the data.
The environment has the following configurations:
* 1300 VMs
* 300 TBs of storage
* RAID-5 vSAN storage policy
What is the minimum amount of vSphere Replication servers required to support the requirement?
The correct answer is A. 1. vSphere Replication servers are not required for vSAN stretched cluster deployments, as the data is automatically replicated between the primary and secondary sites. Therefore, the minimum amount of vSphere Replication servers required to support the requirement is 1.
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