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Point in Time Recovery: Journal vs Snapshots

When evaluating different BC/DR solutions one important feature that users often look for is point in time recovery. The ability to recover to previous points in time is crucial in being able to recover from not only data center-wide issues, such as power loss or hardware failure, but logical failures, such as a database corruption, […]

Tech Field Day Comes to Zerto

By Joshua Stenhouse, Zerto Technical Evangelist Last week, Zerto welcomed the Tech Field Day (TFD) team and delegates at our Boston office to give them a rundown on what we’ve been doing since our last presentation at TFD VMworld 2014. The history of Zerto and TFD goes back a long way. In fact, our relationship […]

The Value of Being Prepared – Cascadia Rising, Bitcoin and Backups

By Keith Taylor, Product Specialist at Zerto From the 7th– 10th June, an absolute behemoth of a preparedness exercise was carried out involving approximately 20,000 people in the Pacific Northwest region of the US.  With personnel from federal, state and local government, multiple branches of the military, plus participants from local communities and the private […]

Growth Financing Expansion – Update

by Ziv Kedem, CEO of Zerto “I wanted to let you all know about some good news we announced today; our Series E financing round was increased by $20 million from existing investors and a new investor, CRV. Officially known as a Series E1 round, the $20 million financing is a new addition to the […]

Hypervisor and Hardware Agnostic – What’s the Big Deal?

By Andrew Martin, Director Asia Pacific & Japan at Zerto In a lot of our standard presentations at Zerto we have bullets that refer to the fact that our technology is hypervisor and also hardware agnostic. When I joined the company about 18 months ago, people really liked that message, they did so because it […]

Data Protection Methodologies for the SaaS and PaaS Use Case

By Ian Perez Ponce VP, Product Management & Strategy For decades, the practice of Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) in the IT industry has been relegated to the domain of data center infrastructure, be it physical or virtual. More recently, developing trends have transformed IT Service Continuity technology solutions and operational best practices to extend into […]

TierPoint and Zerto Discuss Software Defined DRaaS and Hybrid IT at ZertoCON

As we wake up from the hangover of #ZertoCON, we are thrilled at the amount of positive feedback we are seeing all over. Again we would like to thank all the speakers, sponsors, partners and participants that made the inaugural ZertoCON an event to remember. A lot of exciting things went on during the conference; […]

Letting IT sleep at night – Podcast with John Troyer of TechReckoning

During the busy schedule at ZertoCON, we made sure to make some time to spend chatting with John Troyer, formerly of VMware and now at TechReckoning and Geek Whisperers. John is an IT enthusiast who speaks on both tech and career-focused issues at conferences around the world. He built the community around VMware, including the […]

Salesforce Outage: One More Nail in the Coffin of “I can trust my SaaS provider…”

By Keith Taylor, Product Specialist at Zerto Rarely does an outage rocket to infamy like the SalesForce #NA14 incident.  But when your service is relied upon by millions of users around the globe, there’s just no way to escape scrutiny when one of your data centers goes down— let alone it being offline for almost […]

Replicating Raw Device Mappings with Zerto

By Joshua Stenhouse — Zerto Senior Solutions Engineer I’m often asked if Zerto’s Virtual Replication supports Raw Device Mappings (RDM) in VMWare, and I can usually tell the person asking is expecting me to say no, but the answer is actually a resounding YES! This is always followed by great responses such as “amazing” or […]