Zerto Virtual Replication has been recognized by some of the industry’s top organizations for its innovative offering. According to the panel at VMworld’s 2011 Best of Show awards, Zerto’s Virtual Replication solution is “replication done right”.
Zerto, setting the standard for protection, recovery and migration of data in cloud and virtualized datacenters, has been awarded “Storage Virtualisation Product of the Year” at the SVC Awards in London last week.
The Storage, Virtualisation, Cloud (SVC) Awards reward the products, projects and services as well as honour companies and teams operating in the cloud, virtualisation and storage sectors.
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The hospital, which is a major specialist cardiothoracic facility that performs 60,000 outpatient appointments and 12,000 inpatient procedures every year, used Zerto for an innovative project that delivered non-disruptive disaster recovery testing and simple installation, together with automated failover, failback, recovery and testing to meet aggressive service levels and minimise the impact of DR processes on patient care.
Lead411 has named Zerto to its 2014 “Hottest Companies in Boston” award. For over 13 years, Lead411’s technology and research team scours the web daily to find information about fast growing companies.
All companies must be in either the Software, Wireless, Internet, Hardware, or Media industry and be a privately held organization, and be within Boston Region. From there, each company must meet one or more of the following requirements;
- ** 100% increase in revenues over the past 2 years; OR
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Zerto Wins another “Product of the Year Award” from Storage Magazine and SearchDataBackup.com. According to the article, “The Zerto product received high marks for its innovation, according to our judges. One of them called it “a new take on an old BC/DR [business continuity / disaster recovery] technology — server-to-server replication with a clever twist: smart leveraging of VMs [virtual machines] to, from and between clouds.”
Zerto Virtual Replication 2.0 garnered gold in the data backup and disaster recovery software and services category in Storage magazine’s/SearchStorage.com’s 2012 Products of the Year competition.
One of our judges said the product took an “interesting and fresh approach for an important new environment.” Another said Zerto Virtual Replication 2.0 was a “highly innovative, simple alternative to [Site Recovery Manager] SRM” and called the VMDK-awareness “ingenious.”
Zerto won Best of Show at the 2011 VMworld Conference in Las Vegas. Voted on by a panel of industry experts, consultants and the editors of SearchServerVirtualization.com, Zerto was selected from a field of more than 250 competing products and was judged based on innovation, product value, performance, reliability and overall ease of use. Read the press release.
In addition to Best of Show, Zerto took home the Gold Award for Business Continuity and Data Protection at VMworld 2011. “We were so impressed with this product, there was literally no debate about this company winning Best of Show at VMworld 2011,” said TechTarget Executive Editor Jo Maitland. Other VMworld judges also praised the solution as “the most innovative virtual machine replication product on the market today.”
Zerto Virtual Replication won SearchServerVirtualization.com’s 2011 Product of the Year Award, a Gold award in the Storage and Backup category which includes disaster recovery. According to TechTarget, the Product of the Year Award, “address the difficulties associated with virtualization backup and disaster recovery.”
The award announcement described Zerto as follows: “Zerto introduces enterprise-grade disaster recovery capabilities to a broader-range of businesses, regardless of storage hardware.”
Zerto has now been selected by UBM Channel and CRN as a Emerging Technology Vendor, 3 years in a row (2012, 2013, 2014). The annual list features the most innovative vendors who not only deliver technology that is easy to use, but can generate the high margins solution providers require. The vendors that make up the CRN Emerging Technology Vendor list were founded in 2006 or later, have revenue under $1 billion and have an active U.S. channel strategy.
Zerto was named a runner up in the virtualization category of the global for enterprise information technology startups. The winning companies, chosen by the independent judging panel and the voting public, include the inventors of some of the world’s most innovative new technologies, breaking new ground in the areas of Big Data, Cloud, Emerging Markets, Mobile, Networking, Security, Sustainable IT, Storage and Virtualization.
Zerto won Virtual Intelligence Briefing’s Platinum Award for Emerging Technology in September 2011. ViBriefing’s team of judges — consisting of editors, advisory group members, independent analysts, users and consultants chose Zerto based on our unique hypervisor-based replication technology. “Zerto is honored to accept the Platinum Award for New Technology from ViBriefing, and we’re thankful that the industry experts at ViBriefing have recognized Zerto’s hypervisor-based replication product as a new and innovative solution for enterprise-class data replication,” said Ziv Kedem, CEO of Zerto.
Zerto won the “Most Promising Start-Up” award in the inaugural 2012 ” href=”http://www.cloud-awards.com/”>Cloud Awards Program.The annual cloud computing awards program, open internationally across the US and EMEA regions, recognizes and celebrates industry leaders and pioneers in the field of cloud computing.
Red Herring recently named Zerto to its Top 100 list, which recognizes the leading private companies from Europe, celebrating these startups’ innovations and technologies across their respective industries.
Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe list has become a mark of distinction for identifying promising new companies and entrepreneurs. Red Herring editors were among the first to recognize that companies such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, Skype, Salesforce.com, YouTube, and eBay would change the way we live and work.