Zerto Virtual Replication 3.0 Explained

By Zerto, on 26 February, 2013

We’re thrilled to announce today’s news - a sneak peek look into what will be included in Zerto Virtual Replication 3.0. Everyone’s asking, “What’s new?” so I created a chart to explain some of the details.

As with all of our releases, Zerto Virtual Replication 3.0 includes features for the enterprise customers we serve, as well as for the cloud providers who use Zerto to power their Disaster Recovery offerings.

Zerto Virtual Replication 1.0 2.0 Additions 3.0 Additions
Software-only – Deployed quickly and remotely & installs in one hour Multi-site – ability to replicate between more than one site Remote Office / Branch Office (ROBO) protection – extends disaster recovery to branch offices or environments managed by a single vCenter
“Enterprise-class” – ZVR is consistent and reliable – provides scalable, continuous replication (no snapshots) with RPO of seconds and RTO of minutes Multi-tenant architecture replication to shared infrastructure from multiple customers without network conflicts ‘test-before-you-commit’ function – the capability to test a specific failover point before committing it, enabling 100% assurance that failover will be successful
Array agnostic – replicates any customer environment to any datacenter or cloud regardless of storage vendor or architecture VMWare vCloud Director integration vCloud 5.1 seamless integration – including native support for vApps, Storage Profiles, Org Networks, Provider VDC and more
Fully virtually aware – ability to protect and recover specific VMs and create VM protection groups with block-level consistency Recovery reports document the successful execution of BC/DR processes, for easy auditing and reporting
Support for all advanced VMWare functionality, vApps, vMotion, DRS, HA Zerto Self-Service Portal (ZSSP) web based portal that integrates with a CSPs existing customer portal
Zerto Cloud Manager (ZCM) for managing customer resources and service levels across physical locations
VMWare vCloud Automation Center (vCAC) integration

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