Leading Disaster Recovery (DR) as a Service: DRaaS Platform | Zerto
search

Zerto’s Industry-Leading DR as a Service (DRaaS) Platform

Nine out of ten of the top providers in Gartner’s 2018 DRaaS Magic Quadrant use Zerto’s IT Resilience Platform to power their DRaaS offerings.

Zerto-Powered Providers Lead the Pack in Gartner's DRaaS Magic Quadrant

Learn why DRaaS providers turn to Zerto to power their offerings by accessing the full Gartner 2018 DRaaS Magic Quadrant report now.

 

What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?

DRaaS uses a cloud provider’s servers, networking and storage as the target site for replication and recovery of your company’s critical data and applications. Managed services in this capacity include the ongoing maintenance of the hardware and software, network connections and services, security and isolation, as well as the execution of the DR process should the need arise.

DR as OpEx, not CapEx

DRaaS replaces your upfront investments with flexible monthly billing and ensures higher performance and reliability by leaning on the cloud provider. By moving applications to cloud for DR, you maintain control over production applications.

Multi-Site and Multi-Tenant

Enable replication to one or more clouds for redundancy and long-term retention by replicating between more than one site. Multi-tenant capabilities allow customers to share computing resources in a public or private cloud (for economies of scale), but keep each tenant’s data completely isolated and visible only to the specific tenant.

Integrated with vCloud Director

Zerto has deep VMware vCloud Director (vCD) integration—which many cloud providers use to manage their customers. vCD integration is centrally managed and automates the protection, failover and failback of applications to and from vCD.

Automated Reverse Replication and Failback

Having issues with your production site? Managed cloud providers backed by Zerto give you the option of moving production to the cloud provider. Once your production site issues have been rectified and you are back online, you can then automate failback from the cloud provider.