now the most common data replication technologies and methods essential
to mission-critical BC/DR initiatives have been tied to the physical
environment. Although they do work in the virtual environment, they
aren’t optimized for it. With the introduction of hypervisor-based
replication, Zerto elevates BC/DR up the infrastructure stack where it
belongs: in the virtualization layer.
Benefits of Hypervisor-Based Replication:
Can mission-critical apps really be protected in the cloud?
Introducing: Cloud Disaster Recovery
enterprises of all sizes are virtualizing their mission-critical
applications, either within their own data center, or with an external
cloud vendor. One key driver is to leverage the flexibility and agility
virtualization offers to increase availability, business continuity and
the cloud becoming more of an option, enterprises of all sizes are
looking for the cloud, be it public, hybrid or private, to become part
of their BC/DR solution. However, these options do not always exist.
Virtualization has created the opportunity, but there is still a
significant technology gap. Mission-critical applications can be
effectively virtualized and managed; however, the corresponding data
cannot be effectively protected in a cloud environment.
Additional Challenges for Enterprises with the Cloud:
Solutions with Zerto Virtual Replication:
Protect Applications, Not Data
How-to Guide: Application Protection and Recovery for VMware
organizations are considering a business continuity/disaster recovery
(BC/DR) solution, they need to look for a solution that not only
protects and recovers the data, but also protects and recovers the
application. Virtualized applications typically span multiple VMs and
are more complex in terms of dependencies and infrastructure. They
require recovery with write-order fidelity, something most replications
solutions do not supply
Zerto Application Protection Features: