So Zerto 7.5 went GA. Some major enhancements went in that version.
Zerto 7.5 Highlights:
- Cloud Agility – NEW Deeper integration with Microsoft Azure, focused on enhancing performance, scale, ease of use and flexibility for cloud workloads.
- Enhanced Security – Zerto joins the VMware vSphere APIs for I/O Filtering (VAIO) program enabling support for highly secure environments
- Advanced Analytics – NEW Resource forecasting, reporting and customization capabilities to automate the sizing, scoping and optimization of future on-premises and cloud data protection needs.
- Platform Enhancements – Deeper integration with HPE StoreOnce Catalyst as an efficient storage target site for long-term data retention.
I have a few feature requests myself and hopefully I’ll see them soon too. But Zerto in my eyes is still the king of DRaaS…
Do ya wanna learn more? Click >HERE<
I’m happy to say Zerto back in the VirtualizePlanet family as a sponsor. I’ve always seen as Zerto as the standard for DRaaS but with certian advancements you could say they are much more than DRaaS nowadays.
Zerto has three cornerstones to give your business resiliency.
Continuous availability gives you an ‘always-on’ experience
Workload mobility lets you move data easily and risk free between clouds
Multi-cloud agility means Zerto is ideal for your journey to public cloud computing
Zerto is ideal for businesses with an entirely virtualised environment and want Recovery Point Objectives of 0 and Recovery Time Objectives of 15 minutes.
Be ready for planned and unplanned disruption, so you can mitigate the risk of downtime and focus on the projects that drive transformation.
I decided to open-source the code of my previous projects and tools I built. Since I’m using GitHub more and more to help me with current projects I felt it unfair that I kept all my code to myself without sharing so I started uploading past projects into my GitHub. So amongst others you’ll find the code for:
and Vdisk Informer
In my GitHub repository found >HERE<
Most of these tools are legacy now but someone might find something useful in them….ENJOY….