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Zerto’s Virtual Replication vs. VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM): How Do They Compare?

August 26, 2016

This is the second post in our “blogging from the VMworld show floor” series, covering the most common questions we get at VMworld. The most popular question today is, “How does Zerto’s Virtual Replication (ZVR) compare to VMWare’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM)?” The best answer to this question is actually a deep dive written by […]

Zerto vs vSphere Replication Comparison: How to Choose?

August 25, 2016

By Joshua Stenhouse, Zerto Senior Solutions Engineer I’m blogging from the VMworld show floor this week, and one question that often comes up when discussing Zerto’s Virtual Replication (ZVR) is “How does ZVR compare against the built-in free vSphere Replication engine?” Right off the bat, it should be noted that vSphere Replication on its own […]

Zerto at VMworld 2016 – What to Expect

August 25, 2016

It’s that time of year again (kind of like Chrismakah in July but EVEN better) – VMworld! In true Zerto fashion, the team here is as excited as ever with the new announcements we are planning (make sure to stay tuned for those)! It has been a busy time here and we have a ton […]

DR 101: Checklist for Virtualized Infrastructure Migrations

August 17, 2016

By Harry Smith, Technical Evangelist at Zerto After going through a million-and-one migrations – both manually and with the help of tools –and having encountered many roadblocks and situations in which I’ve learned from, I can say YES, using Zerto with your migration(s) will make your life SO much easier. However, that alone still isn’t […]

Announcing ZertoCon Local – Coming to a City Near You!

August 15, 2016

Our inaugural ZertoCON in May was a huge success with hundreds of people joining us for a great few days in Boston.  But we know that unfortunately, you couldn’t all come out and join us and we’re feeling a little sad about that.  At Zerto we like to share the love, so we’ve decided to […]

Delta’s Outage Sparks Memories of Past IT Disasters

August 12, 2016

Guest Post By David Feinglass, Solutions Engineer at Zerto In reading about the recent outage at Delta, and seeing this article in which the CEO states that the vulnerability in their IT infrastructure was “a surprise to them”, it reminded me of a personal experience that sounds similar.  It speaks to the fact that your […]

DR 101: 7 Elements Every Disaster Recovery Plan Should Have

August 10, 2016

By Keith Taylor, Technology Evangelist at Zerto Your disaster recovery plan consists of more than just how you’re going to recover your systems and applications. All too often, it can be easy to overlook these seemingly less significant preparations as the focus tends to be on ensuring there is a solution, or combination of solutions, […]

Delta Down for the Count

August 9, 2016

In case you haven’t seen the news – or heard from friends and family complaining on Facebook – Delta passengers experienced a second day of flight delays and cancellations today due to a power outage in Atlanta yesterday. Hundreds of flights were cancelled and problems were compounded by Delta’s inability to get their notification systems […]

Why Simplicity Rules When It Comes to Buying Software

August 8, 2016

 By Andrew Martin,  APJ Managing Director at Zerto I was speaking to the managing director from a Zerto system integrator (SI) partner last week, and he said something to me that I thought was a joke, but it turned out he was being completely serious. We were discussing the Zerto product roadmap and looking at […]

DR 101: The Myth of 0 Data Loss

August 4, 2016

By Joshua Stenhouse, Technology Evangelist at Zerto When using synchronous replication, a Recovery Point Objective (RPO) of zero only applies to disk writes and only if the disaster requires recovery to the most recent point in time. An RPO of zero on disk writes does not capture any transactions in-flight such as those in the memory of […]