DRaaS with Zerto

DISASTER RECOVERY AS A SERVICE Made Easy

PeaSoup & Zerto provide disaster recovery and cloud platform within a single and resilient solution. 

Why PeaSoup & Zerto for Disaster Recovery

Continuous Replication

Zerto’s using unique non-disruptive data replication instead of snapshotting. This delivers nearly zero Recovery Time Objectives and a fully automated failback process. You can recover easily and quickly. A few seconds before a disaster like ransomware occurs to be precise. 

Flexible DR

Zerto can be used in public, private and hybrid clouds. With disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), Zerto allows for cost-effective replication from your on-premises storage to PeaSoup cloud. Zerto provides automated recovery, failback and failover.

Backup

Zerto’s using unique non-disruptive data replication instead of snapshotting. This delivers nearly zero Recovery Time Objectives and a fully automated failback process. You can recover easily and quickly. A few seconds before a disaster like ransomware occurs to be precise. 

Ransomware

With Zerto you can be confident that you can recover from a malicious attack in just minutes. In only a few clicks, your data is fully recovered with the granularity to recover to a point in time, before the attack happened.

PeaSoup DRaaS

Simple Costs

Simplicity is at the heart of PeaSoup. Therefore all services including Zerto DRaaS are all-inclusive, including licensing. There are no extra egress, ingress or bandwidth charges.

Individual Approach

Security requirements vary from company to company. We at PeaSoup meet your DR needs individually fulfiling specific applications and business recovery objectives.

100% Environmental

Zerto DR platform uses our eco-friendly liquid-cooled data centres. This technology is more resilient and high-performing compare to traditional cloud providers.

Onboarding & Management

We take an individual yet comprehensive approach when onboarding new clients. Our cloud specialist will be guiding you through all process of setting up, migrating and managing your data.

Customer Support

Our 24/7/365 service desk is included as standard available to you by phone or Zendesk ticketing system. No question is too small.

Common questions

RPO – Recovery Point Objective

The last point-in-time that IT systems and applications can be recovered to. RPO is dictated by the replication technology used.

Backups, Storage Replication, Continuous Data Replication

RTO – Recovery Time Objective

How quickly applications are recovered and operations are resumed. RTO is influenced by the level of manual vs automated recovery processes.

Boot Ordering of VMs, Re-directing Network Trac, Recovering Application Stacks Consistently.

Snapshots are an instantaneous “picture” of your server’s file system at a certain period of time. This picture captures the entire file system as it was when the snapshot is taken.

CDP – Continuous data protection is a form of data replication that copies data from a source to a target for example cloud S3 storage. CDP does this every time a change is made.

Zerto is priced per VM, replication to PeaSoup is included with Zerto Virtual Replication Enterprise Cloud Edition, or can be purchased separately.

Agentless: Zerto connects to Hypervisor at each host and does not examine content of individual VMs. There is no software to be installed into each VM. No reboots of VMs and ESX environment in most cases.

All virtual workloads on a supported hypervisor platform. Zerto can move data between platforms and hypervisors if the destination supports that OS.

Yes. Zerto leverages the same components to protect, failover, and failback all workloads.

Zerto can protect workloads with any data change rate, if the destination storage and WAN connectivity can handle the change rate.

No, resources required for replication are consumed in a dedicated replication appliance. No additional CPU/Memory/ Network used in guest OS.

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