Private, Public and Hybrid Clouds: Zerto Gives You the Flexibility to Use Them All
One size does not fit all. Different workloads can have completely different priorities and demands. Most infrastructures have tiers or different performance levels of storage for this very reason. Yet, most replication solutions force a choice of one platform that might be good for some percentage of the workloads, but certainly not all of them. Storage vendors make it painful to deploy a replicated solution and expensive to go elsewhere.
Instead of having to choose only one platform for DR and migrations, there is a better way with ZVR. Some workloads need to stay on-premise or in the company owned data center while other workloads are great fits for a managed service cloud. There are always workloads that would be perfect for a public cloud DR or migration solution.
Zerto Virtual Replication brings flexible protection to the data center
Zerto is all about flexibility. Being completely agnostic to hardware as well as being software based allows for ZVR to meet whatever data protection or migration scenario presented. The source site can be Microsoft or VMware based, and the destination can be AWS, to the cloud as in a DR as a Service solution or completely hosted at a managed service provider with DR in cloud from one service provider site to another. Or it can be a combination of all of them.
This is all accomplished without adding complexity or in-guest agents. The same management interface is used, irrespective of the underlying platform. — Private, public or a hybrid of the two. Now that’s flexible!
All workloads don’t fit into a nice, clean box; but many DR solutions force a design and deployment that makes for a sub-par experience for many of the workloads. For the most effective disaster recovery or migration capabilities, the tool being used must be flexible and able to work with heterogeneous underling platforms and allow for private, public and hybrid solutions.