In the event of a disaster, recovering your company’s terrabytes of data and the business processes you rely on is something you may rarely think about, but something your IT department deals with every day.
Today, enterprises of all sizes are deploying applications on virtualized IT infrastructures and clouds. The values of virtualization including flexibility, scalability and mobility complicate business continuity efforts in times of disaster. To realize the benefits of virtualization, organizations need to optimize IT processes for virtual environments. Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery is difficult - because to date there have been no virtual-ready replication methods that scale for large data centers. Traditional physical replication tools are complex & manual, while virtual replication tools are not built for scale and reliability. With hypervisor-based replication, all that changes. Zerto is storage agnostic, simple to install, intuitive to use, & is suited for both data centers and cloud.
Founded by a team of storage industry veterans, Zerto provides large enterprises with business continuity and disaster recovery solutions designed specifically for virtualized infrastructure and the cloud. Zerto Virtual Replication is the industry’s first hypervisor-based replication solution for tier-one applications, replacing traditional array-based BC/DR solutions that were not built to deal with the virtual paradigm.
Ziv Kedem, Zerto’s co-founder and CEO, previously co-founded Kashya, acquired by EMC. Backed by USVP, Battery Ventures and Greylock Partners, Zerto is dual-headquartered in Israel and the United States.
Latest funding size
Time since last funding
|about 1 year|
|Battery Ventures, Greylock Partners, U.S. Venture Partners (USVP), 83North, Harmony Partners, RTP Ventures, Battery, Mark Leslie, IVP, ClalTech|