Get full access to the Zerto Virtual Manager (ZVM) via existing OVHcloud vSphere accounts. Using the Zerto ZVM API, you can improve your disaster recovery plan (DRP) after an incident. With the RESTful API, you can automate the many tasks that are required for managing recovery after an incident, without having to use the Zerto user interface.
Virtual machines are copied at an average speed of 90MBps*. The OVHcloud network is 10 times faster than what is standard on the market, which mean your data can be copied in almost real time.
*Average speed recorded over one week of syncing between our Roubaix and Strasbourg datacentres. This information is not contractual.
Secure data transfer
Your data is synced via the private fibre optic network between OVHcloud datacentres. Your data is transferred between remote sites via a VPN, so all data transfers are secure.
Protect your critical data with the Zerto platform
Zerto is aimed at companies seeking to protect their IT systems against technical faults, data loss, and service interruptions. Whether you have an on-premises environment or a Managed Bare Metal Essentials pack in one of our datacentres, you can protect your data using our solution.
Disaster recovery plans from any primary site to OVHcloud
Zerto is aimed at companies seeking to protect their IT systems against technical faults, data loss, and service interruptions. Whether you have an on-premise datacentre or are using one of ours, you can use our solution to protect your data.
Disaster recovery from one Managed Bare Metal Essentials infrastructure to another
In the event of a disaster, the applications hosted in your Managed Bare Metal Essentials pack are switched to a secondary solution, changing their location as a result.
You can set up your Zerto solution in just a few steps. First, deploy your secondary Managed Bare Metal Essentials pack in a different datacentre to your primary one. Next, enable the DRP solution for the virtual machines concerned, via your Zerto Virtual Manager secure interface. In one click, migrate your data to the new infrastructure. It is now protected, and available in your secondary infrastructure.
Optimised Recovery Point Objectives and Recovery Time Objectives
With Zerto and continuous high-bandwidth syncing, the risk of data loss before the switch is absolutely minimal. The recovery time objective (RTO) is optimised before the virtual machines are automatically switched onto the backup infrastructure.
When you set up your monitoring solution, the monitoring tool must be independent from the infrastructure it is monitoring, and alerts should be sent via a minimum of two contact channels (e.g. email and SMS). To organise a disaster recovery plan in your company, a structured procedure should be established. It should detail the actions to take, the employees that know the procedure should be identified, and an escalation system should be established to optimise the way in which incidents are managed. We recommend carrying out a migration test once a month.