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Zerto for Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

Protect your customer’s data with near-zero data loss and a downtime of just minutes, in a cost effective way, while growing your business with a team of trusted experts


Add Zerto DRaaS to Your Offering

Not every organization has the means to build their own datacenter or hire full-time DR specialists. Even for those that can, there are still benefits to replacing the direct and indirect costs of secondary sites with a predictable monthly expense for a specialized service. See what benefits end customers get through Zerto’s DRaaS providers.

Selling Together with Zerto

As a channel committed vendor, our relationship with our partners is everything. This is why we provide every managed service provider (MSP) with a dedicated team of cloud experts that are with you every step of the way and are focused on what you need to grow your business.

Business Benefits of Partnering with Zerto

The benefits of our best-in-class partner program include:


Channel Committed

Zerto is sold primarily through our network of consulting partners and managed service providers.


Selling Together

A dedicated team of cloud experts is assigned to your business.


Flexible “Pay-as-you-go” Pricing Model

The cost structure is predictable and consumption based which allows for simpler integration into your business.


Strong Recurring Revenue Stream

Zerto is a great way to add net new DRaaS customers and expand your services offering to existing customers.

Why 350+ MSPs Rely on Zerto to Protect their Customers’ Data

Zerto has relentlessly driven innovation in ransomware resilience, disaster recovery and multi-cloud mobility, with its software-only technology based on continuous data protection.

Lowest RPOs and RTOs in the Industry

We deliver near zero data loss coupled with downtime of just minutes with our continuous data protection (CDP) technology.

Software and Hardware Agnostic

Zerto sits at the hypervisor level which means we’re compatible with any platform.

Flexible Deployment

Deployment ranging from self-managed to partially or fully managed. This means tailored services for all levels of user expertise.

Multi-Tenancy

Support multiple customers with our shared infrastructure approach and our Zerto Self-Service Portal.

Zerto Cloud Manager

A great asset provided to our MSPs to manage multiple Zerto sites from a single management tool.

Zerto Analytics

Powerful, intuitive and built-in analytics allows you to track and monitor the health of your entire protected environment from browsers and mobile devices.

Zerto for Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

Zerto is built for the cloud, bringing orchestration and automation for disaster recovery, ransomware resilience, and data mobility in a single solution.

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure


Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services that developers and IT professionals use to build, deploy, and manage applications through a global network of datacenters. With Zerto, Microsoft Azure is a fully supported target platform for disaster recovery and migration of mission and business-critical VMs and data. Utilizing Zerto with Azure allows customers eliminate the need to provision and manage their own disaster recovery site and enable significant cost savings. Microsoft and Zerto have a strategic partnership to enable customers on a path to Azure. Zerto is a globally managed Microsoft Gold Certified ISV Partner.

AWS

Amazon Web Services


Amazon Web Services offers a broad set of global cloud-based products including compute, storage, databases, analytics, networking, mobile, developer tools, management tools, IoT, security and enterprise applications. These services help organizations move faster, lower IT costs, and scale. AWS and Zerto have a strategic partnership to provide on-prem to AWS Disaster Recovery and Migration and In-Cloud Disaster Recovery (EC2 to EC2) to AWS customers.



Google Cloud

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Google Cloud


Seamlessly migrate VMware workloads to Google’s VMware-as-a-service solution without changing your applications and take Disaster Recovery (DR) to the cloud. Continue to run your workloads natively in a private software-defined datacenter (SDDC) stack while leveraging the same tools and processes as you use on-premises today. Save time that can be used to develop next-gen hybrid apps and services while reducing the operational burden on IT. In this shared-nothing environment, you have high-speed, low-latency access to Google Cloud’s public services and dedicated use of all its computing power.


IBM

IBM Cloud


Protect your data and applications within a dedicated, private setting on the IBM Cloud in just a few clicks. IBM Cloud was designed and built to serve large enterprise customers with substantial virtual workloads. It is designed specifically with the ability to scale, on demand, to hundreds and even thousands of VMs, throttling up or down as your business needs change. And paying only for what you use. As an IBM Cloud strategic partner, the integration of Zerto enables simple, automated recovery, migration and mobility of existing VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V workloads to one of IBM Cloud’s 50+ data centers around the world.


HPE

HPE GreenLake


HPE GreenLake offers services through its edge-to-cloud platform including Disaster Recovery through the Zerto solution. Delivering Zerto as a managed Disaster Recovery service with HPE GreenLake provides a centralized location alongside all of a customer’s infrastructure services.


In addition, a new HPE GreenLake for Disaster Recovery offering built on Zerto technology, provides a simple SaaS-based service with pay as you go billing and API to easily manage your disaster recovery operations through the HPE GreenLake Data Services Console (DSCC), this is available in preview today.


Comparing Zerto with Other Solutions

See how Zerto stacks up against the competition.

Zerto Competitive Comparison Matrix

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** For Zerto: long-term retention/backup achieved with HPE GreenLake for Backup and Recovery

Abbreviations:

CDP = Continuous Data Protection

RPO = Recovery Point Objective

VAIO = VMware vSphere APIs for I/O Filtering

VM = Virtual Machine

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Disaster Recovery (DR)?

If you want to succeed as a digital business in this environment, there’s little room for downtime. Whether it’s caused by a ransomware attack, natural disaster, human error, or even a planned IT migration, every second of downtime translates to lost revenue.

Offering a disaster recovery solution to your customers is critical in this day and age. Zerto delivers industry leading recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) utilizing continuous data protection (CDP) with unique journal-based technology, replication, and app-centric recovery to mitigate downtime and data loss.

What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?

With Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), an organization replicates its data and IT infrastructure to a third-party cloud computing environment that restores access and functionality after a disaster. This third-party managed service provider (MSP) orchestrates disaster recovery through their own SaaS solution. With DRaaS, organizations can save time, money, and resources by avoiding the additional staff and additional IT infrastructure required to maintain internal disaster recovery capability.

Zerto combines ransomware resilience, disaster recovery, and cloud mobility in a single flexible solution that is the underpinning of over 350 MSP’s DRaaS solutions.

What is the Difference between Disaster Recovery and Backup?

One without the other will result in a failure of both, but they have critical differences.

Backup is a duplication of a data set at a specific point in time. This data backup can be used to restore the data to its original state at the time of the backup. 

Disaster recovery focuses on the duplication of the existing infrastructure with the end goal of resuming normal business operations as quickly as possible.

What is the Difference between Snapshots and Continuous Data Protection?

Traditional backup utilizes snapshots to protect virtual machines. Due to the impact of those snapshots on the production systems, these snapshots are taken only every few hours or even once every 24 hours. This results in restore points that are hours apart, including up to 24 hours of data loss. 

Zerto’s continuous block-level replication and journaling technology keep track of every change made to a virtual machine. Checkpoints are created every few seconds and offer point-in-time recovery, enabling granularity of seconds and near-zero data loss.

What’s Next?

Have a question about our offering for MSPs? Contact us, we are here to help!

Take A Tour

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Apply for our MSP Program

MSPs makes it fast, easy, and cost-effective for customers to add DRaaS by offering a consumption-based model.

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