Zerto, an industry leader in cloud data management and protection, has announced the launch of Zerto 8.5 with new cloud capabilities. Zerto 8.5 offers backup to Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) directly from on-premises deployments for long-term retention of data and VMware on public cloud support for Azure VMware Solution (AVS), Google Cloud VMware Engine, and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution. These additional cloud capabilities deliver new public cloud disaster recovery (DR) and data protection for complete infrastructure flexibility to customers.
“We continue to extend our platform to provide the greatest choice for our customers as they pursue their journey to the public cloud,” commented Gil Levonai, CMO and senior vice president of product, Zerto. “The new functionality in Zerto 8.5 allows our customers to use our platform in a multitude of scenarios—from disaster recovery and backup to using the cloud for production workloads. By utilizing Zerto’s platform, customers not only get choice but also flexibility all at a lower TCO.”
Zerto 8.5 introduces:
- Backup directly to Microsoft Azure and AWS
- Instant file and folder restore to production
- VMware on public cloud disaster recovery and data protection for Microsoft Azure VMware Solution, Google
- Cloud VMware Engine, and the Oracle Cloud VMware Solution
- Platform automation and lifecycle management features
- Zerto Data Protection offering enabling the use of Zerto for lower tier application backup
- Zerto PowerShell Cmdlets Module
“Zerto allows our customers to leverage the benefits of Azure VMware Solution as a disaster recovery target for their mission-critical workloads,” said Maura Hameroff, director, Azure marketing, Microsoft Corp. “Solutions like Zerto bring a simplicity of data protection and DR offerings to enterprises that are looking to accelerate their cloud adoption. By replicating and protecting VMs both into the cloud and within the cloud, they experience the same smooth workflow previously experienced on-premises.”
Learn more at Zerto.