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Zerto Master of Disaster Video Tutorials

VMware Administrators are familiar with Site Recover Manager known as SRM to deliver Disaster Recovery solutions. But when it comes to Cloud – is that knowledge sufficient to proceed with DRaaS – Disaster Recover as a Service? may be not and let’s focus on one of leading vendor in Disaster Recovery – Zerto. Recently I deployed it for our IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) platform to provide DRaaS service to customers via portal. They can select the recovery site based on their choice and it allows “Point in Time Recovery” with Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) which uses journal based protection for point in time recovery with no snapshots on the replica VM.

 

Zerto DR as a Service:

They offer robust, cost-effective DRaaS and migration services. Zerto Virtual Replication include a virtual cloud manager and self-service portal to make it easy to manage customer workloads, while allowing them flexibility as well. A multi-tenant architecture allows customers to test DR offerings and become comfortable with the concept of production workloads in the cloud.You can be a Master for Disaster Recovery in VMware environment. These videos helps you to learn how to install, use, manage and simplify disaster recovery with Zerto Virtual Replication.

 

Master of Disaster Lesson 1: Install Zerto Virtual Replication

How easy is it to install Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR)? What are the components and requirements of ZVR? Watch this installation guide to walk through the process

 

 

Master of Disaster Lesson 2: Create Virtual Protection Groups

Learn how to use Zerto Virtual Replication to group VMs together for the purposes of replication, for simplicity and write-order fidelity when recovering.

 

 

Source:   http://www.zerto.com/master-of-disaster/

 

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