We performed a comparison between Datto Cloud Continuity and Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Disaster Recovery (DR) Software solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The solution has the capability to scale well."
"The recovery time objective and recovery point objective were most valuable. It was easy to use, and it was easy to recover a file. I was the head of sales and a product evaluator for an MSSP, so I never had to deal with recovery from ransomware. However, I was confident that if ransomware had occurred, I would only lose a maximum of 59 minutes of data. The files were encrypted."
"Point-in-time recovery and ease of deployment are valuable."
"RecoverPoint replicates workloads fast."
"The installation is straightforward if the version you have is compatible with your infrastructure."
"At the time I was using it, I would've focused more on signatures of malicious software in the cloud. I love Datto, and I know they're on the right path, but I probably would've focused more on the operating system update management. When you go from the desk to the cloud or from the server room to the cloud, everything changes. Everything is different. You're not in control of your servers anymore. It is from the Active Directory management perspective and not from the perspective of zero-day attacks or other similar things. At the time, more focus on zero-day attacks and business email compromise (BEC) would've been a better protection factor than just educating about how many of these attacks have occurred."
"I don't have any feedback to provide in terms of features that may be lacking."
"It should have features for recovering a group of virtual machines and full-scale security. For recovering all the VMs at once, they don't have a GUI option, and we have to use the command line."
"The solution could improve by being more easier to use. However, once you have used it for a while it becomes easier. Additionally, there could be better support and compatibility with management by having a command-line interface. This would be beneficial for the customers."
Datto Cloud Continuity for PCs is much more than just cloud backup. MSPs can protect clients’ Windows-based computers from downtime and data loss and more importantly, rapidly recover data if disaster strikes.
Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines enables quick recovery of VMware virtual machines and allows you to efficiently test, manage and orchestrate operational backup and disaster recovery operations.
With tight integration with VMware, RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is storage and application agnostic, with built-in automation accessible via VMware vSphere web client plug-in.
When cloud becomes a vital part of your disaster recovery strategy, RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is also web-enabled, providing efficient replication to AWS and VMware Cloud on AWS.
RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is available as part of Dell Data Protection Suite.
Datto Cloud Continuity is ranked 10th in Disaster Recovery (DR) Software with 2 reviews while Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is ranked 14th in Disaster Recovery (DR) Software with 3 reviews. Datto Cloud Continuity is rated 9.0, while Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Datto Cloud Continuity writes "Very responsive support, extremely easy escalation process, and easy to use and recover a file". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines writes "It replicates workloads fast, but it wastes resources". Datto Cloud Continuity is most compared with Veeam Backup & Replication, Rubrik, Acronis Backup, Veeam Backup for Office 365 and Azure Site Recovery, whereas Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines is most compared with VMware SRM, Veeam Backup & Replication, Zerto, Azure Site Recovery and Vembu BDRSuite. See our Datto Cloud Continuity vs. Dell RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines report.
See our list of best Disaster Recovery (DR) Software vendors.
We monitor all Disaster Recovery (DR) Software reviews to prevent fraudulent reviews and keep review quality high. We do not post reviews by company employees or direct competitors. We validate each review for authenticity via cross-reference with LinkedIn, and personal follow-up with the reviewer when necessary.