Zerto APIs allow for easy integration with existing orchestration, monitoring, or configuration management solutions
Power Up Your Zerto Experience
Your system is unique, so you need an extensible solution that can fit your needs. That’s why we’ve developed rich, full-featured APIs capable of taking Zerto and its services to the next level. These APIs are your ticket to new levels of workflow efficiency as you expand the customization of your experience.
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Zerto APIs communicate seamlessly with a host of other systems and applications, drastically extending your workload capabilities.
By providing a rich set of RESTful APIs, teams can build conditional, automated operations that take acquired testing data into account and reduce time spent on a wide variety of processes beyond those carried out by the standard Zerto solution.
The sky is the limit with Zerto APIs: Easily customize and streamline your operations to unlock efficiencies you’ve never seen while minimizing manual operation and avoiding repeated steps.
Example of Task Orchestration & Automation
Check these examples leveraging some of Zerto’s APIs: the Zerto VRA, VPG Management, and VPG APIs.
Mass VRA Deployment
Leveraging the VRA API
Mass Change VM Re-IP Settings
Leveraging the VPG Management API
Create a Recovery Plan
Leveraging the VPG API
Minimize Manual Operations & Avoid Repetition
Get your protection up and running within minutes and cut installation times by automatically deploying Zerto’s components.
Automate the protection of every application and Virtual Machine with Zerto’s API, and you won’t lose any data. Period.
3<sup>rd</sup> Party Integration
Integrate with VMware, vRealize Orchestration, Ansible, or any other automation/orchestration tool to make protection an integral part of your greater strategy.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“We had a challenge with our web server that had multiple sites with IP addresses that needed to be changed and assigned to sites. We created a script to run after failover that added the new IP address, assigned it to the web site, then removed the old IP address.”
Michael Leite, Sr. Network Administrator
Ohio FAIR Plan