Zerto is one of our primary tools for Disaster Recovery. We tier all of our virtual servers via priority, all of which are prioritized …
High-value virtual servers are replicated from our primary production data center to our secondary fail-over data center. In effect, this …
We mainly use Zerto as migration from our customer's on-premises data center (which could be their own or a competitor's data center), but …
Its real-time replication and worry-free DR solution is the reason we decided to use and retain this product. This makes our …
We use Zerto for disaster recovery and site replication between our primary and DR datacenters. We are able to recover our virtual servers …
We are using Zerto for disaster recovery across the entire organization. With it, we are able to minimize downtime by making sure that we …
We use Zerto for real-time replication of our production Hyper V virtual environment. It is a crucial part of our disaster recovery …
We use Zerto to failover our VMware environment from one data center to another. It's being used for the VMs that need to be part of our …
Zerto is being used to provide failover protection for our critical production servers. There have been some instances where we had to use …
Our company has been using Zerto successfully for a little over 6 years. Zerto is used to backup VMs hosting our own developed secure …
We use Zerto to replicate our On-prem VMware datacenter to Azure for DR purposes. We have also used it plenty to consolidate our data …
Shortly after starting at my company the CTO called a meeting with all of IT and told us that the company had not passed DR testing in 3 …
Zerto has provided us with an RPO that no other product could provide. We use it for backup and DR for our most critical systems that …
Zerto is currently performing our DR processes across the corporation. Over 100 VM servers are being protected including multiple user …
My organization is currently using Zerto for our offsite DR location. We previously used CloudEndure which was purchased by AWS and lost …
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Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, aims to enable customers to run an always-on business by simplifying the protection, recovery, and mobility of on-premises and cloud applications. Zerto’s cloud data management and protection platform is designed to eliminate the risks and complexity of modernization and cloud adoption across private, public, and hybrid deployments. The software-only platform uses continuous data protection at scale to converge disaster recovery, backup, and data mobility. Zerto boasts users among over 9,500 customers globally. with offerings for Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and more than 350 managed service providers.
- Supported: BC/DR for vSphere & Hyper-V
- Supported: Hypervisor-based replication
- Supported: Installable in minutes at any scale
- Supported: Scalable to 5000 VMs
- Supported: Software-only
- Supported: Upgrade in-place in minutes
- Supported: No hypervisor version lock-in
- Supported: Management redundancy
- Supported: Always-on, block-level & no scheduling
- Supported: Storage agnostic VM-level replication
- Supported: RPO = seconds with no snapshots
- Supported: No protected VM performance impact
- Supported: Rewind to increments in seconds
- Supported: Multi-VM consistency groupings
- Supported: One-To-Many simultaneous replication
- Supported: Cross-hypervisor replication
- Supported: vMotion & svMotion support
- Supported: Built-in WAN compression
- Supported: Bandwidth throtting and QOS
- Supported: Dynamic & compressed journaling
- Supported: SQL & Oracle Temp DB optimization
- Supported: Automatically protect new VMs
- Supported: Recover sites, apps, VMs & files
- Supported: Recover to thousands of points in time
- Supported: RTO = minutes with boot ordering
- Supported: Cross-hypervisor VM conversion
- Supported: Automated failover & boot ordering
- Supported: No snapshots on recovery VM
- Supported: Failback with reverse protection
- Supported: Non-disruptive failover testing
- Supported: Automatic re-IP, re-MAC of VMs
- Supported: Recovery reports for compliance
- Supported: REST API with automation examples
- Supported: DRaaS to over 350 Zerto Cloud Providers
- Supported: Replicate to and from Azure with RPOs in seconds
- Supported: Replicate to AWS with RPOs in seconds
- Supported: Multi-tenancy & traffic isolation
- Supported: vCloud Director Integration
- Supported: Self-service portals & role based access
- Supported: Mobile app and Analytics SaaS monitoring
- Supported: Multi-site management interface
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|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||0%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||30%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||70%|
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems||Windows, Linux, All Virtual Machines your Hypervisor supports|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android|
|Supported Countries||Asia, Middle East, Europe, North America, Central America and the Carribbean, South America, Australia and Oceania|
|Supported Languages||English, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, French, Spanish|
Reviewers rate Support Rating highest, with a score of 8.9.
The most common users of Zerto are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.
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- Very good support staff - we never have an issue getting a problem resolved
- On the easier side of configuration and maintenance
- Very good Management Interface, maybe one of the best
- Can be expensive to scale
- Licensing could be better for smaller organizations
- Ability to customize more in the dashboard would be nice
- Speed of recovery
- Reduction of RPO
- Ease of use
- Dependence on virtual protection groups
- Release of updates to align with VMware releases
- Product documentation could be improved
- VM migrations with near-zero downtime
- Easy to deploy, use, and maintain
- Very fast and robust tool
- Zerto is too pricey compared to other solutions
- Zerto should also include P2V solutions in their platform
- ZVMs could ship as OVF/OVA appliances instead of installing them on top of Windows Server
- Real-Time Replication
- DR Testing
- Recovery Reporting
- File Restore Capability - specifically the ability to restore Windows compressed/encrypted files or folders
- Increase storage compression/de-dupe
- Site to Site replication
- Near real-time replication and recovery from point in time
- Faster RPO & RTOs
- Easy to use, can restore a virtual machine with a few mouse clicks
- Easy DR testing
- Expensive licensing cost
- Language barrier depending on which support tech you receive.
- Monitor multiple devices
- Manage VM snapshots
- Migrate VM in a timely manner
- Ease of use
- Realtime replication
- Fast recovery
- Platform to platform conversation of virtual machines
- Easy file level recovery
- The GUI could be a little more intuitive.
- [I would appreciate] being able to call local scripts on virtual machines.
- [I would like] better/more customizable reporting.
- Failover of VMs from one data center to another
- Easy of use once setup
- Don't have to commit the failover until the process is ready.
- Would be nice if there was some way to reduce the size of the journal
- Failover recovery
- Server migrations
- Restoring individual files from the replicated copy
- Make it easier to find and restore individual files (although this might have been improved already, we're not on the most recent version)
- The single web interface provides an immediate view of the environment.
- Zerto moves the server images from one colocation to another efficiently.
- Zerto provides an intuitive interface for restoring information.
- It provides for good alerting for offline VMs not being replicated.
- Pricing and discounts are an issue for me.
- Configuration settings should be adjusted to be more global.
- Online support is their preference, a live body sometimes is very beneficial.
- Migrate from disjoined datacenters
- Replicate to Azure
- Help in crypto recovery
- Improved backup component. Would love to use Zerto for overall backup product but not quite there yet.
- Automatic minimum recommendations for Azure. Pain in the butt trying to find the right VM size to fit an onprem VM into Azure.
- Provide more guidance on proper setup.
- DR testing and recovery
- System datacenter migration
- Backup recoveries
- Our greatest difficulty is that while Zerto allows you to assign new static IPs for failover and testing uniquely, it does not support updated DNS entries, this is useful in testing as the Names servers in a test environment are not usually available.
- Next to zero data loss between protected server and recovery site.
- Testing recovery.
- Works great with cloud solutions.
- Maybe more detail on what it's doing during the progress bar.
- Better clarification on testing or recovering only one server in a VGP.
- Near real-time replication.
- Ease of use.
- Cloud configurations
- Support is quick to respond.
- Providing metrics for RTO.
- Quick Recovery times.
- The license model is one time price with annual support.
- Zerto did not have quick recovery times to AWS so I needed to move our DR location from AWS to Azure.
- Virtual x86 DR replication
- RPO checkpoints
- Cyber Security recover to previous checkpoints.
- Individual file restores from replicated systems.
- Google Cloud Platform Native virtual system replication and protection.
- Site to Site Replication.
- Recovery of VM's from recent timepoints.
- Modification of replicated VM's to different sites.
- IP, and/or other site specific, post replication/recovery modifications.
- The GUI could potentially benefit from a standalone option, vs VCenter Plugin.
- The VRA's which are placed on Hosts are pretty 'black box' ... visibility into their activity/behavior could prove useful.
- VM replication and recovery.
- VM migration.
- Cross VM platform migration.
- Integration with cloud!
- Moving a VM from one protection group to another could be simplified.
- I would like to see an executive-style report of recovery and testing for upper management.
- The ability to deploy Zerto as a virtual appliance, without the need for a windows server.
- Replication of VM workloads to an off-site location
- Facilitating regular testing of our DR strategy
- Backup and retention could use some improvements.
- I would like to see support for off-line backup retention.
- Test disaster recover with failovers.
- Replicate 1 to 1 from source to target with impressive RPOs.
- Well, we have been on 8.0U2 for a while now with no need to upgrade at this time. We feel it is performing as advertised. We have over 300 VPGs and our DR Tests are very large in size and Zerto has no problems at all during these tests. I don't have anything to add at this time.
- Replication of VMs.
- Ease of failover.
- Integrates easily into environment.
- Calling outside scripts that are written in different code languages.
- Supporting dual roles in clusters.
- AWS Virtual Machine Recovery.
- Point in Time Recovery to the Minute.
- Recovery time for large SQL servers.
- Recovery at more cloud providers, OCI, GCP etc.
- Intuitive User Interface
- Flawless Failover
- Simple Deployment
- Great Support
- One to many replication is missing or lacking.
- Enhance post failover scripting capabilities.
- Multi-site data redundancy.
- Easy of use.
- Cloud data backup.
- Can be expensive.
- A single web interface is nice
- Alerting is good for offline machines not being replicated
- Able to use a mobile application to view status in real time
- Support is responsive and excellent
- Works on all hardware
- Not all tools work with Hyper-V, it is based on VMware