Zerto can migrate virtualized workloads from one part of the world to another in less time than it takes you to register for our data migration webinar.
You have a million reasons why you need to move your data—consolidation, cost savings, location, new servers, and on and on. Chances are you’re dreading this major chore that requires months of planning, procurement, build out, and testing to make the migration go as smoothly as possible. But it can be easy. Really. Join Zerto on March 23 for our brief webinar, “Move Your Data Anywhere in Minutes,” to see how we make it easy for you.
The “proof” is in the pudding.
Our webinar presenter and technology evangelist Gene Torres likes to talk about the Zerto solution like a baking show. You only see the big moments—mixing batter in a bowl, taking the bread out of the oven, and slicing and enjoying the results. Zerto is like an army of sous chefs handling everything for you behind the scenes. More accurately, it’s like the thousands of organisms that help your bread rise, or “proof,” as bakers say.
Zerto’s journal-based backup solution never stops working in the background, creating secure restore points that reduce data loss to seconds, not hours or days. By the time you’re ready to go on migration day, all you need to do is press a few keys, and voila! Your migration is done.
It’s a worldwide, agnostic solution.
The technology-agnostic, platform-agnostic Zerto solution works anywhere you have data. You can move data from the U.S. to India to Germany, from AWS to Azure, from on-site to cloud, and to and from a mix of all these places and platforms.
In the webinar, Gene Torres will show you how Zerto works to make it happen in a matter of moments. And don’t worry—one of the great features of the Zerto solution is that if something goes wrong, you don’t have to go back to the drawing board. You don’t have massive data loss during the transition. Simply rollback and try it again!
See the proof for yourself.
If you’d like to see Zerto migration in action, join us on March 23 at 11:00 A.M. ET for a short, fun webinar that will make you see migrations in a new way.