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More than DR: 366 Days a Leap Year

February 29, 2016

Throughout our More than DR series we like to discuss how Zerto provides you with a solution that is more than just disaster recovery. In this edition, let’s talk about IT resiliency and how that takes you to the next level in protecting your data all 366 days of the leap year! The Zerto Cloud […]

Disaster Recovery Haikus for Valentine’s Day

February 15, 2016

Love is in the air once again as we all recover from this past weekend’s Valentine’s Day. Last year we decided to go Shakespearean and share a sonnet about our love for DR. This year instead of back in time, we thought it would be fun to use some far-east influences. Enjoy these haikus that […]

Life at Zerto

February 10, 2016

By Darren Swift, Zerto System Engineer What is life like at Zerto? As I write this blog post, I am zooming through the wet and windy countryside towards London, on Mr. Branson’s finest train. Laptop is open, morning coffee, shockingly bad W-Fi, clearing down my inbox, taking calls and preparing for the meeting I have […]

20 Inch Biceps in 3 Weeks – The Importance of a POC

February 4, 2016

By Brendan Foye, Zerto Enterprise Account Executive (e-purposed from his post here) In today’s social media age, solution providers have the ability to get their company messaging to more users than ever, quicker than ever. For many start-ups or even legacy solution providers, social media is now a primary tool used to market their solution. […]

5 IT Trends to Look For in 2016

January 27, 2016

By Shannon Snowden, Zerto’s Sr. Technical Architect As we are closing out January, it’s time to put 2015 in our rear-view mirror and look ahead to the 5 IT trends coming down the road in 2016. 1) Big mergers and acquisitions will continue. There have been some major acquisitions lately in the storage and data […]

3 Step Failover Testing for Disaster Recovery

January 25, 2016

This post was contributed by Joshua Stenhouse, Zerto’s UK Sales Engineer. In my role as a Sales Engineer at Zerto, I often get asked about testing disaster recovery. Testing is one of the most complex aspects of disaster recovery, and so it’s clear why so many companies I speak to test their DR solution once […]

Disaster Recovery for Public-Facing Applications

January 20, 2016

By Sean M Masters, Manager of Solutions Engineering, Americas West Blog Originally Published at – https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/disaster-recovery-public-facing-applications-sean-m-masters One of the questions I’m often asked is how to protect and recover public-facing applications, that is, applications which are accessible through the Internet. These applications commonly include e-commerce sites, SaaS platforms, supplier or purchasing solutions, and more. Such systems are often major revenue drivers to the […]

DR Wars Twitter Contest Winners

January 15, 2016

By Christina Bauer, Zerto Sr. Partner Programs Manager Like many of us here at Zerto, I’m a major Star Wars geek. So, I got super-excited when I was asked to run some Star Wars-themed promotions to celebrate Episode VII. We held more than 25 movie premieres for our partners, customers, and prospects around the globe. […]

Zerto for Microsoft Hyper-V Part 2: Installation Requirements

January 7, 2016

By Joshua Stenhouse, Zerto Technical Marketing Manager         After discussing features, requirements & cross-hypervisor replication in part 1 of our discussion on Zerto from Microsoft Hyper-V, in this second blog post I will cover the installation requirements for Zerto. Just as Zerto utilizes VMware vCenter for task orchestration and automation in a […]

DR 101: Calculating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of Storage Based Replication

January 7, 2016

By Joshua Stenhouse, Zerto Technical Evangelist When calculating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of traditional storage based replication, for the protection of virtualized environments, there are many considerations that are often overlooked when comparing this to hypervisor-based replication. In this post I will cover some of the main things to look out for and […]