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Beyond Backup: The Future of Data Protection

Data protection is an essential part of IT infrastructure, and it is unlikely that will ever change. But with the IT landscape changing and threats increasing, are you still able to rely on the data protection solution you currently use? Organizations today cannot afford to sustain any data loss or downtime. To avoid the impact […]

How to Use Zerto with Google Cloud VMware Engine for Disaster Recovery

With the release of Zerto 8.0, we announced our partnership with Google Cloud for disaster recovery and data protection.  Google Cloud VMware Engine enables you to run VMware native workloads in Google Cloud.  Zerto customers have a new option for their recovery sites with Google Cloud VMware Engine.  Since VMware workloads are running on VMware […]

Stateful vs. Stateless

In our previous blog post, we introduced containers, how they worked, and why so many applications are being moved to containers. And while we did gloss over the most fundamental difference between virtual machines and containers—state—we did not dive into all of its ramifications. Stateful vs. Stateless Containers are stateless, which means changes made to […]

It’s Not Too Late to Catch Up with ZertoCON

Did you miss ZertoCON 2020? We’ve got your back with this recap. For the first time, ZertoCON was a virtual event this year. Luckily, this means that all sessions were recorded and are now available on demand, and you can watch from the safety and comfort of your home office. A Vision for IT Resilience […]

ZertoCON 2020: Can’t-Miss Sessions

Your guide to the biggest sessions at this year’s virtual ZertoCON Facing uncertain times, resilience is more important than ever before. We at Zerto know a thing or two about resilience—that’s why ZertoCON went virtual for the first time this year. While we may not have had the chance to meet in person, we packed […]

Containers 101

We all know and love virtual machines (VMs). You probably remember seeing your first vMotion or high availability (HA) failover event of a VM. How fantastic was it to free the operating system (OS) and application from the underlying hardware, optimize resource usage, and provide HA to any and all applications? VMs have served us well for the better part of two decades and we thank companies like VMware and Microsoft […]

Hurricane-Proof Your Disaster Recovery

Hurricane season is already underway, and experts believe we’ll see a busy hurricane season in the Atlantic. According to forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, there’s a 60% chance of an above-normal season.     Companies in high-risk areas are only one hurricane away from outages, service disruptions, and major financial and technical consequences of prolonged downtime. This makes maintaining availability […]

Zerto and Google Cloud VMware Engine Launches with First Early Adopter Customer, QAD

Zerto has partnered with Google Cloud to bring our industry-leading IT Resilience PlatformTM to Google Cloud VMware Engine. This partnership enables Zerto and Google Cloud customers to easily migrate and protect native VMware workloads on Google Cloud without having to re-architect existing VMware-based applications allowing IT staff to continue using their policies, procedures and VMware tools. […]

Behind the Scenes of Zerto’s Hands-on Labs

In a previous blog post we shared the top ten reasons to try one of our hands-on labs. Thousands of you have taken us up on that and tried one or more of our labs—if you haven’t, now’s the time to get in there and experience Zerto 8.0 for yourself! Many of you asked for […]

How to Recover from Ransomware

Ransomware cyberattacks are everywhere in the news: In Taiwan, major gas stations were unable to process payments. Increasingly targeted during the current pandemic, hospitals and medical facilities have been forced to turn away patients. Banks were unable to make foreign currency conversions. Dozens of city governments have been crippled. Many small businesses have been forced […]