• This topic has 6 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated February 3, 2021 by Kalsang D.

Zerto7.5U1 support for EXSi7U1

  • Does Zerto7.5u1 support ESXi7U1?

    When will it be supported?

    Hello Yumiko,

    Contara from Zerto Support.

    Currently, Zerto is not supporting ESXi host 7.0 U1.

    Zerto will support new platforms, management tools, and hosts listed in this document within 90 days of the general availability of a new platform release
    for the Zerto Virtual Replication releases that are in the General Support Phase. See the Product Version Lifecycle Matrix for more details.


    Thank you.


    HiĀ  Contara,
    Thank you for yor quick reply!
    I have already checked this matrix.
    We have a migration deal by end of Feb 2021.
    End users are using version 2012 R2 of Microsoft SCVMM. We want to use Zerto to migrate from Hyper-v to the ESXi 7U1 virtual environment.

    Hi all,
    I have a similar question.

    We are planning to migrate to ESX7.0 Update1 by Zerto7.5.
    In the latest Interoperability Matrix, Zerto 7.5 supports only ESX7.0,
    and doesn’t support ESXi7.0 Update1.

    Zerto8.0U3 or higher supports ESXi7.0Update1,
    But I have to use Zerto7.5 because our source ESXi version is old.

    Are there any plans for Zerto7.5 to support ESXi7.0 Update1?


    This is Kalsang from Zerto support.

    As per what I see in our matrix that both ESXi 7.0 and ESXi 7.0U1 is not compatible with Zerto 7.5

    Yes, you’re right about Zerto 8.0 or higher supports ESXi 7.0U1. What version of ESXi old?

    Unfortunately, I don’t see anytime soon that we’ll be supporting Zerto 7.5 for ESXi 7.0 U1.

    Best regards,


    Hi Kalsang

    Thanks for your answer.

    >> As per what I see in our matrix that both ESXi 7.0 and ESXi 7.0U1 is not compatible with Zerto 7.5

    In the latest matrix, Zerto7.5U3 or Higher supports ESXi7.0.


    Does Zerto7.5U3 or higher supports ESXi7.0 Update1 ?
    (Is there any plans ?)

    Hi Masayuki,

    Here’s the latest Zerto matrix and review it for more details.


    As I’ve mentioned earlier that I don’t think we would support it anytime soon.

    Best regards,


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