Zerto Virtual Replication 5.0 enterprise-class disaster recovery software
Zerto Virtual Replication 5.0 enterprise-class disaster recovery software utilises the Microsoft Azure cloud platform for business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR). It has a hypervisor-based, one-to-many replication for protection of multiple workloads across different data centre sites, extended 30-day journaling and a mobile application.
It has expanded hybrid cloud capabilities, supporting application protection and workload migration for private, public and hybrid clouds. It provides consistency groups, block-level replication and point-in-time recovery journaling from VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments to Microsoft Azure. Aggressive recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) are achieved while creating instant copies of the replicated disks — even while disk size has no impact on RTO.
The product’s one-to-many replication improves SLA flexibility, with improved migration protection, longer cloud-based retention and individual virtual machine (VM) recovery. It simultaneously replicates a VM to multiple target platforms that are supported, which includes local or remote VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, AWS, Microsoft Azure and cloud service provider infrastructures. This helps recover entire sites and provides longer cloud-based retention, as well as protection during migrations to new DR sites with no downtime.
A VM can be placed into multiple virtual protection groups (VPGs) to enable simultaneous replication of the VM to the same or different target sites with the ability to configure different service level agreements (SLAs) per VPG. In this way, cloud storage can be used for longer term retention, while minimising the impact on local production storage usage.
Extended journal capabilities reduce backup constraints and storage costs. For businesses that require longer retention of data, the product provides point-in-time recovery from the journal that extends up to 30 days. This expands recovery of any file system object, including SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Exchange and user data, from any point in time up to one month in the past. This removes the impact of data loss from using infrequent backup solutions. Each VM can have a different journal history, which can be configured on a per VPG basis to improve SLAs while enabling efficient usage of local storage or cheaper remote cloud storage. The journaling compression of changed block data stored in the recovery site saves on average 60% of disk space used for enabling point-in-time recovery of data and applications.
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