Unmatched mobility and protection to, from, or between Azure Sites with Zerto
Combining the Zerto IT Resilience Platform™ and Microsoft Azure helps businesses achieve IT resilience by simplifying data protection and disaster recovery. Zerto enables fast and flexible workload migration to and from Azure and between Azure regions, accelerating cloud adoption. Microsoft Azure can also be used as a disaster recovery site, eliminating the capital costs associated with owning and operating your datacenter.
Utilizing Microsoft Azure native APIs, Zerto only creates compute instances in Azure during recovery or migration, significantly reducing DR costs to storage alone—all while keeping unlimited burst capacity should the need arise. And with Zerto’s incredibly low RPOs and RTOs, you’ll save time and money in the event of a disaster, too.
Replicate VMs, critical business applications like SAP, or entire datacenters to, from, or between Azure regions with built-in automation and orchestration. What’s more, with our Azure Quickstart Templates, you can get started in a single build step—from any underlying infrastructure and with no impact on production environments.
With Zerto’s data protection and recovery support for Microsoft Hyper-V Generation 2 VMs, you can unlock the performance and security benefits of these VMs—including UEFI-based architecture. Plus, Zerto now delivers orchestration capabilities for your VM network settings, saving your time and resources when using Azure with Zerto.
Zerto’s IT Resilience Platform lets you migrate and protect application workloads to, from, or between on-premises, public, private, or managed clouds.
Expand your hybrid cloud options with VMware in Azure and unlock the full potential of Azure’s cost savings, capacity, and scale.
Download this best practice white paper to learn how to protect your Microsoft SQL Servers and their various configurations with Zerto.
Zerto is a single platform solution that enables real-time, non-disruptive replication of an entire SAP application group running on Azure.