HOSTING Selects Zerto’s BC/DR Software to Power Its New DRaaS Cloud Solution

HOSTING, a provider of managed cloud services, has selected Zerto’s BC/DR software to power its new Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) cloud solution and improve its HIPAA and PCI compliance capabilities.

Zerto’s BC/DR software protects mission critical workloads and applications to improve IT resiliency. Leveraging Zerto Virtual Replication, HOSTING will provide multi-cloud, single-team support on VMWare, Microsoft Hyper-V and Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud) to help build, migrate, and manage compliance-mandated environments for their managed services customers.

zerto disaster recovery“The new HOSTING DRaaS solution offers customers the flexibility, control and support they need to protect their important applications and data from the ordinary such as human error, to the catastrophic such as natural disasters and even ransomware attacks,” said Darrell Hyde, CTO of HOSTING. “Recognized as one of the largest VMware partners in North America, we replaced Site Recovery Manager with Zerto to increase our customers’ confidence knowing their workloads – no matter the type, size or scope – will be protected and quickly recovered with minimal impact on operations.”

The HOSTING DRaaS solution provides replication between multiple hypervisor types, self-service capabilities through a secure portal, detailed reporting, non-disruptive testing and point-in-time recovery.

The new HOSTING DRaaS offering is powered by Zerto to support migration integration between its own and third-party cloud providers such as Amazon and Azure, thereby reducing engineering development cycles.

“Though initially developed as a better way to do disaster recovery for virtualized environments, Zerto Virtual Replication has transformed the way organizations think about their overall IT strategies using our software to improve their IT resiliency,” said Paul Zeiter, president of Zerto. “Zerto has fundamentally changed the BC/DR category by not only redefining its true business role, but making it easy for cloud service providers such as HOSTING to offer incomparable DRaaS capabilities to its clients.”