Zerto Previous Solutions

RRuttkowski
Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We uses before VMware Site Recovery. It is to complex and expensive at all. Parallel to the primary replication tool Zerto, we are using VEEAM Always On Replication Version 9.5. It works but we can't replicate in the same manner as Zerto, because this tool works with events and they are queued so you will not be able to replicate in the same way as Zerto. Also the amount of VM's to replicate at the same time is limited to the VEEAM Environment of proxies. More Proxies more VM, but also more overhead and bandwidth usage. It works fine for replicate a few times a day, but not in sec. View full review »
reviewer1156839
User
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
reviewer1199877
User
Prior to this solution, we used storage mirroring and DFS syncing. Our old way used far too much storage. Zerto compresses the data well. View full review »
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Jay Stelmach
Adjunct Professor at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
VMware Site Recovery Manager. We changed from this vendor because we hit the 75 license threshold and were forced to consider the conversion to Enterprise. We searched the marketplace and Zerto was a great fit for our needs. View full review »
Tim Lillis
Sr. System Engineer at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
We were using RecoverPoint by Dell EMC prior to this solution. We switched because it was extremely cumbersome and far from streamlined during failover. View full review »
Neil Lucas
Network Administrator at a financial services firm
We used to use Veeam Backup and Replication. We encountered some loss of connectivity with Veeam when we replicated some of our larger virtual machines that we hosted on our older virtual machine hosts. View full review »
Tim Kovars
Sr. Systems Engineer at Quarles & Brady LLP
We did not use another solution prior to this one. View full review »
Amit BArnawal
Manager - IT Infrastructure and Resiliency at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our earlier solution doesn't have a detailed orchestrator and didn't support appliances. View full review »
Gary Nalley
Solutions Architect with 1,001-5,000 employees
Yes, VMWare Site Recovery Manager. SRM is not as intuitive and is VMware version dependent. Zerto does not have those issues. View full review »
EmrahAykutalp
Project Manager
I know Veeam B & R and VMware SRM (along with vSphere Replication) and in environments with aggressive RPO, and non-reliance on snapshots, Zerto is a superior solution. View full review »
Brian Munn
Network Services Manager at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did not previously use another solution. View full review »
Larry Novak
Service Manager, Cloud Recovery at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Previously we used SRM (Site Recovery Manager). Zerto is much easier to set up and configure. Failover using Zerto is simply a one-button click, and it does everything else in restoring the VMs at a different datacenter (recovery site). View full review »
Naosad Hossen
Senior Operations Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
No previous solution. View full review »
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