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Bit Refinery Joins Zerto Cloud Disaster Recovery Ecosystem
Bit Refinery today announced that it has joined the Zerto Cloud Disaster Recovery Ecosystem (ZCE) to offer clients cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) services powered by Zerto’s award-winning hypervisor-based solution, Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR).  As a member of the ecosystem, Bit Refinery is able to provide unparalleled, real-time cloud DR services, enabling businesses of all sizes to cost-effectively protect production applications both to the cloud and in the cloud.

“Companies are increasingly interested in leveraging the cloud for data protection, but cloud-based DR for production applications has historically been expensive, complicated and ineffective,” said Brandon Hieb, managing partner, Bit Refinery. “Thanks to Zerto’s hypervisor-based solution, our customers can now cost-effectively enjoy all the benefits of cloud automation and flexibility while ensuring their mission-critical applications remain protected and available, even in the event of an unplanned outage.”

“By joining Zerto’s Cloud DR Ecosystem, Bit Refinery is demonstrating its commitment to deliver user-friendly, storage-agnostic DR at an attractive price,” said Ziv Kedem, Zerto CEO and co-founder.  “The steadily increasing membership of the ZCE confirms that service providers are eager to offer DR services that seamlessly align with their cloud environments and meet the rigorous standards their customers expect.”

The Cloud DR offering that Bit Refinery will deliver is based on Zerto’s award winning solution, Zerto Virtual Replication. Companies may choose DR-as-a-Service (DRaaS), protecting on-premise applications to the cloud, and/or In-Cloud DR, protecting applications deployed in the cloud and replicated to a secondary Bit Refinery cloud datacenter. Bit Refinery’s use of vCloud Director™ allows visibility to your protected vApps/VMs and your recovered VMs through a single pane of glass.
Published Thursday, February 28, 2013 9:32 AM by David Marshall
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