As data protection becomes more critical, organizations are looking for solutions that will help them recover faster from outages and disasters. Zerto is a company that provides such a solution, with its flagship product being Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR). ZVR is a software-based replication solution that offers journal-based flexibility, allowing organizations to replicate data to a secondary site with little to no downtime.
Zerto’s journal-based replication means that data is constantly being written to a journal, or log, on the primary site. This journal contains a record of all the changes that have been made to the data. In the event of an outage, the journal can be used to quickly restore data on the secondary site. This is in contrast to traditional replication solutions, which can take hours or even days to restore data.
ZVR is also a scalable solution, meaning that it can be easily expanded to accommodate more data as an organization’s needs grow. Additionally, ZVR is a platform-agnostic solution, meaning that it can be used with any type of storage, hypervisor, or cloud platform.
Pricing for ZVR starts at $3,500 for a two-year license. A 30-day free trial is also available.