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Over 2 years ago
The primary considerations regarding backup are simply, “Is my data protected, available and current?” Tape meets the first criteria, protection, but fails miserably on the availability and currency metrics – you have to find and recall the tape(s), condition them, load…
Over 3 years ago
Neither. They both based on ancient computing architectures and paradigms that are rapidly becoming irrelevant, largely because of inflexibility and operational cost models. If my environment was solely VMware, hands down I would go with Zerto. It provides continuous…
Almost 4 years ago
The way I read this question is which is the better platform on which to build Service Virtualization. If that is the case, then the next question is if you expect a 'productized' offering that can be expected to run more-or-less out of the box. If that is the case, then…
Over 4 years ago
Including application license, support and maintenance, cost reductions and project non-app development labor costs, we see Zerto reducing overall project implementation costs by 20-25% and reducing project implementation time by 2-6 weeks. Farther along, DR test planning…
Almost 7 years ago
Scalability, ease of use, and reliability. Feature set is an 80-20 proposition: 80% of all your requirements (at least) are going to be met by 20% of the features. But if it’s not easy to implement, if it won’t scale out to your environment, if the GUI is clunky, or if you…