Zerto IT Resilience Platform provides disaster recovery, backup, and workload mobility software for virtualized infrastructures and cloud environments. The only all-in-one IT Resilience Platform, converging Disaster Recovery, Backup, and Cloud Mobility in one simple, scalable platform. Zerto is a software company with headquarters in Boston and Israel. Ziv Kedem is the Co-Founder and CEO of Zerto.
There are many benefits of Zerto over other disaster recovery and backup software. The key features are:
- Reduce the cost and complexity of application migrations and data protection with Zerto’s unique platform utilizing Continuous Data Protection.
- Orchestration built into the platform enables full automation of recovery and migration processes.
- Analytics provides 24/7 infrastructure visibility and control, even across clouds.
It reduces recovery time by 75%. The installation is less than 1 hour. Easy steps for failover testing. It does not require the snapshot-based technology to perform its job done and comes with high-security platforms.
Use case of Zerto
Nowadays, Zerto is coming with extensive range of feature and many use cases of it in the IT industry. Here are some basic and important uses cases:
- Disaster Recovery
- Continuous Back
- Long Term Retention
- Data Mobility and Migration
- Test and Development
- Security and Compliance
Zerto Pricing and Licensing
The free trial is ideal to evaluate Zerto in your own environment and run use cases specific to your business and operational needs. The free trial delivers a high level of specificity or customization. The full-featured Zerto solution is available for you to try for 14 Days for FREE. The Zerto’s flexible licensing enables you to cost-effectively protect all your applications, including all mission-critical and lower-tier applications. To know more please visit here at Zerto Pricing and Licensing guide.
Zerto for VMware vSphere
The Zerto platform comes with an enterprise-class always-on replication engine for VMware vSphere and enables you to replicate any virtual machine (VM) in VMware’s vCenter to automate data recovery, failover, and failback. It’s that simple, no storage configuration necessary, and no agent installation required. To know more visit Zerto for VMware vSphere guide.