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Zerto Virtual Replication 5.5 Demo: Showcasing Failback from Azure

August 31, 2017

Hopefully you’re now in the know with some of what’s new in Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) 5.5. If you need a quick refresher, head over to Ryan’s latest blog here for a quick taste, and more here by Adam. One exciting feature with ZVR 5.0, released near the end of 2016, was the integrated failover […]

Zerto Virtual Replication 5.5: To the Cloud and Back Again…

August 8, 2017

With the eagerly anticipated release of Zerto Virtual Replication 5.5 on August 22nd, it’s time to get all fired up! Why? The fantastic new features in this release are going to make true hybrid cloud resilience possible. It’s the era of the cloud. If you weren’t already convinced that cloud-based infrastructures are the way of […]

Why Shift to the Cloud?

June 23, 2017

Cloud computing is causing a paradigm shift in the information technology landscape.  Companies are moving production workloads and even entire datacenters to the cloud in order to fully realize the benefits the cloud offers.  However, two questions that I was always taught to ask myself during my university days was, “Why”, and “How?” Why are […]

Embracing Hybrid Cloud – What Can Zerto Do For You?

June 2, 2017

With so many organizations looking to find ways to embrace the public cloud without compromising the security of their data and applications, a hybrid cloud strategy is rapidly becoming the preferred method of efficiently delivering IT services. While it’s all very well-and-good deciding that a hybrid cloud strategy is the way forward, successfully creating an […]

Amazon S3 Outage: What About Cloud Resilience?

February 28, 2017

Outages happen. It’s inevitable. Today’s example? Amazon S3 As one tweet declared, “Half the Internet” runs on S3, so when the public cloud is down, small and large businesses alike are impacted with downtime. While the actual impact of the disruption may not be measurable, for days to come we’ll continue to hear commentary and […]

IBM Cloud for Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) Disaster Recovery powered by Zerto

October 12, 2016

If you’ve been keeping up with Zerto news over the past few months, you may have noticed a trend toward the global, enterprise-level companies aligning with us to deliver powerful replication and orchestration capabilities to their service offerings. We’re very proud that Zerto’s Virtual Replication (ZVR) is production-proven to the point that the largest software […]

Zerto Virtual Replication 5.0 Features – Azure

September 23, 2016

By now, you are hopefully pretty excited about the upcoming Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) 5.0 release. For a quick refresher, checkout Josh’s “DRaaS to Azure” section in this VMworld announcement from a few weeks ago, meaning ZVR 5.0 will support Microsoft Azure as a target platform. Before we expand on this topic, the main points […]

Zerto Protects VMware Cloud Foundation on IBM Cloud (SoftLayer)

August 31, 2016

IBM Cloud, also known as SoftLayer, has taken major steps to bring substantial service offerings to the cloud. By teaming with VMware, IBM is working to streamline datacenter operations by providing a joint software defined data center (SDDC) solution that is easy to acquire, easy to deploy and easy to use. With Zerto Virtual Replication, […]

No Cloud is Immune to Downtime

July 8, 2016

The Importance of Establishing a Cloud Continuity Platform and Using Multiple Clouds for IT Resilience By Keith Taylor, Product Specialist at Zerto The core tenant here at Zerto is “A World of Uninterrupted Technology for Everyone.” This is something we passionately believe should be achievable in this modern age. The ever-increasing adoption of the Cloud […]

Salesforce Outage: One More Nail in the Coffin of “I can trust my SaaS provider…”

June 1, 2016

By Keith Taylor, Product Specialist at Zerto Rarely does an outage rocket to infamy like the SalesForce #NA14 incident.  But when your service is relied upon by millions of users around the globe, there’s just no way to escape scrutiny when one of your data centers goes down— let alone it being offline for almost […]