Zerto Virtual Replication can be implemented in a few different ways. One of which is for those wishing to provider disaster recovery as a service to customers. We call these implementations Cloud Service Providers or ZCSP’s.
So if you have an interest in providing DR as a Service with low RPO’s and RTO’s then this is the series is for you! (Or if you are considering leveraging DRaaS and want to know how it works internally you will want to read along too!)
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Articles in the series
Part 1 – Architecture
Part 2 – Zerto Components
Part 3 – Networking
— Future Articles —
Part 4 – ZVR Deployment
Part 5 – ZCM Deployment
Part 6 – Creating a ZORG
Part 7 – Customer Site Deployment
Part 8 – Replicating a customer workload
Part 9 – Failover and Failback
Part 10 – Follow up
Need more info on how to be or get started with a ZCSP? Let me know.
Disclaimer: I work for Zerto, however they have not pre-approved any of the content in this series. These posts (as well as this blog as a whole) are my opinion and are not necessarily the opinion of my employer.