Not only does Journal-File Level Recovery (JFLR) give you the ability to quickly recover files, databases and to recover from ransomware with minimal data loss – it’s easy to do leveraging Zerto’s IT Resilience Platform. Watch Technical Evangelist, Steve Blow, as he walks you through how to recover using JFLR.
Real world example:
TenCate, a multinational textiles company based in the Netherlands, has experienced ransomware twice. Once prior to implementing Zerto and once after. See below for their experience recovering from ransomware using backups vs Zerto.
“The recent attack I was kind of laughing during the recovery honestly. I KNEW I had a way out, I was confident, and my heart didn’t sink. I chose a recovery point a few minutes before the infection, tested for the VM being clean and connect the vNIC – back to work. I didn’t go home worried, stressed or depressed.”
– Jayme Williams, Sr. Systems Engineer, TenCate
In order to get the full advantage of journal-based recovery, it’s critical to ensure your journal size is adequate to support the granularity you’re looking for. Watch this video and learn how to get the most out of your Zerto journal from Technical Evangelist, Gijsbert Jannsen van Doorn.
Real Life Example #2
Jay Peak, a prominent ski resort in the Northeast, recently decided to expand their Zerto Journal to 30 days for faster recovery and it could potentially save their users a day of work in the case of file deletions. Zerto’s Journal File Level Recovery (JFLR) has also allowed them to put off replacing their backup appliance as it’s only being used for archiving – a huge cost savings to the IT department.
Join Zerto and Gijsbert Jannsen van Doorn Thursday, November 15th at 10:30am ET for a webinar, “Forget Backup – Use Zerto Journal Recovery to Rewind and Resume”. Register here.