Zerto Pricing and License Cost

Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Licensing is VM based so you can buy packages or single VM. Price is not low but the power of application is high, so you will get your money back, in case of Disaster situation. You will be so fast back in production and this is very rent-able for the business units you safe from outtakes. View full review »
Robert Kelleher
Co-Owner with 1-10 employees
Cloud providers get good pricing to encourage quick adoption. A new feature is the One-To-Many VPG allowing a VM to be replicated at up to three different locations, including local. View full review »
Jay Stelmach
Adjunct Professor at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
The cost is steep, but once you experience recovering a single server along with its granular restore times, you will see that the cost is justified. View full review »
Robert Horowski
Leader in Advanced Services department at a tech services company
Licensing is based on the number of VMs to replicate. The first thing should be to get the number of VMs to replicate based on your business needs. View full review »
Neil Lucas
Network Administrator at a financial services firm
The setup will require that you have a domain controller and DNS at your DR site as well as a second hypervisor product (VMware vCenter Server/Microsoft Hyper-V) there as well. So, the additional software licensing will have to be factored into your operational budget. View full review »
Ronald Barefield
Infrastructure Expert at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
Zerto‚Äôs licensing model has changed a bit over the last year and they are in alignment with others. It is pretty simple and more economical. View full review »
Gary Nalley
Solutions Architect with 1,001-5,000 employees
Check your cloud providers. You don't have to host the DR side yourself. Also, look at folks other than Azure and AWS. The hidden/surprise costs will knock your socks off. View full review »
Muhammad Ahsan
Lead Infrastructure Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Pricing depends on your future growth. Start small and then scale up. View full review »
Project Manager
The licensing is by virtual machines, start in 15, and grow in packs of 10. There is an annual support that must be contracted. View full review »
Brian Munn
Network Services Manager at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We believe the pricing, setup costs, and licensing are easy to understand. The pricing seems very reasonable. View full review »
Larry Novak
Service Manager, Cloud Recovery at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
You can find providers of a DRaaS solution with Zerto license fees for each VM. Zerto only sells to partners and they have a robust partner organization. View full review »
Cloud Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Honestly, I'm not well informed in terms of pricing and licensing. My interaction with the product is 100% technical, in terms of architecture, implementation, and operation. View full review »
Zachary Greenwell
Data Backup Engineer at a tech services company
I didn't personally deal with the licensing structure. View full review »
Naosad Hossen
Senior Operations Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It's a little bit expensive. View full review »

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