By Zerto, on 19 August, 2014
We understand your dilemma, so many VMworld events and so little time. To help you out we created this infographic map to show you the CAN’T MISS social events for VMworld 2014 and where they are in San Fransisco, so you don’t get lost!
Visit us at booth #723 to pick up your t-shirt and enter to win more great prizes.
Take a look below and enjoy. We look forward to seeing you next week!
By Zerto, on 5 August, 2014
By Will Lin, Zerto Cloud Solutions Engineer If you have heard of Zerto’s award-winning Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR), you know that ZVR is used in hundreds of enterprises as the preferred disaster recovery (DR) & virtual replication solution. Enterprises use ZVR to easily replicate virtual machines from their production data center to an alternate DR …
By Zerto, on 30 July, 2014
Recently, our own Shannon Snowden got to sit down with Eric Wright from Virtual Design Master (vDM). It was an incredibly fun conversation, Shannon and Eric talked about Zerto, our history, and many aspect of the Zerto product: disaster recovery, failover testing, working with Cloud Service providers, and much more (we don’t want to ruin …
By Zerto, on 21 July, 2014
Zerto’s own Maria West, Director of Partner Marketing and recently named to CRN’s Women of the Channel Power 100, sat down with CRN to talk a little bit about Zerto. The interviewed covered the last year for Zerto, which has seen significant growth in the last year. Mariah also shared some of her wisdom regarding …
By Zerto, on 8 July, 2014
By Samuel Calder, Zerto Pre-Sales Engineer What is the best way to replicate data in VMWare? It is always best to take the direct route and go directly to the source. Avoid detours and get your data from point A to B by performing hypervisor based replication. There are many attractive reasons for going from …
By Zerto, on 26 June, 2014
By Samuel Calder, Zerto Pre-Sales Engineer Starting as a pre-sales engineer at Zerto, the first bit of business is to get Zerto up and running in your lab. My first thoughts were, being that Zerto’s specialty is disaster recovery for virtual environments and requires replication, how complex and how many moving parts is there going …