I am a cloud provider and I use Zerto to provide disaster recovery solutions for my clients.
Recently, we had an issue where one of our customers using Oracle Server experienced corruption in a database. The customer doesn't know when the issue started, so we used Zerto. We started to do a real-live failover for the machine, and we were able to determine the timestamp for the start of the issue. Prior to this, Oracle engineers tried for four hours to fix the database but did not have any luck in doing so. Ultimately, we were able to save the customer's data by using Zerto.
A few of my customers are using file-level restore but the majority of them are using the replication features for disaster recovery.