VMware NSX is the network virtualization platform for the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC). Network virtualization using VMware NSX enables virtual networks to be created as software entities, saved and restored, and deleted on demand without requiring any reconfiguration of the physical network. Logical network entities like logical switch, logical routers, security objects, logical load balancers, distributed firewall rules and service composer rules are created as part of virtualizing the network. To provide continuity of service from Disaster Recovery (DR) data centers are built with capabilities for replicating and recovering workloads between protected and recovery sites. VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) helps to fully automate the recovery process. In order to recover logical networking objects created as part of virtualizing the network on a protected site, first a replication and synchronization process needs to happen with the recovery site. VMware has developed a vCenter Orchestrator (vCO) workflow that will utilize NSX Representational State Transfer (REST) Application Programming Interface (API) and VMware vCenter plugin’s for VMware vRealize Operations (vRO) to analyze, reconcile, and recreate all Networking logical object constructs from the primary site to the recovery site.