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Zerto Virtual Replication

Zerto provides virtual replication and BC/DR solutions for private, hybrid and public cloud for businesses of all sizes. Zerto Virtual Replication, the industry’s first hypervisor-based replication solution for VMware environments, delivers powerful business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) for Microsoft Hyper-V and can leverage Amazon Web Services as a target environment. It differs from any other BC/DR technology because it has the fastest and most efficient replication combined with fully automated failover, failback and non-disruptive DR testing for production workloads. Zerto Virtual Replication is the foundation for any cloud, public, private or hybrid; it is the only solution which can effectively federate these IT strategies. With Zerto Virtual Replication, customers can easily migrate production workloads across different infrastructures to increase efficiencies. Simple to install, natively multi-tenant, and intuitive to use, Zerto Virtual Replication is ideally suited for private, public and hybrid BC/ DR and long term retention for complete data protection.

Zerto virtual replication

Private Cloud to Private Cloud
The most traditional example is setting up a DR site as a remote version of the internal data center. The less traditional aspect is, that any type of storage can be used, any storage  vendor and a mix of hypervisors. Zerto supports it all with no limits on distance.


Satellite Offices Protection and Migration
Another application can be that Zerto is used to protect or migrate applications between branch offices, again using any type of storage, any storage vendor and a mix of hypervisors.


Hybrid cloud, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Various Cloud Service Providers give the option to use the cloud as a DR site. If this Disaster Recovery as a Service is based on Zerto, it will offer all Zerto’s advantages. Within these
services, it is possible to control DR from a self-service portal, or have it remotely managed by the service provider (Managed Disaster Recovery as a Service), or even use a private cloud as DR site for a cloud-based production site.

draasSelf-Service Disaster Recovery as a Service
It is also possible to use a public cloud service, like Amazon Web Services, as a DR site. Here businesses have to configure the service themselves as if they were setting up a remote DR site.