I am a Cloud Solution Architect at a system integrator company. I am currently researching disaster recovery solutions.
What are the differences between Zerto, SRM, and Veeam? What is their unique selling point? I am preparing a comparison sheet of the features of all solutions. Which solution do you prefer?
Thank you for your help.
Senior Enterprise Architect at mondess IT-Architects & Consultancy GmbH
May 22, 2023
That's a great question.
In Europe/Austria most of the companies run Veeam - so do we. There a lot of advantages if you use Veeam as it's designed.
Also, Zerto (more for Data migration) we use - but not for Backup.
VM SRM is good for 1:n replication if you already use VMWare.
There is a good comparison: https://community.veeam.com/vu...
It's on the website from Veeam but still good.
I have been using Zerto for almost 10 years. It was purchased as a replacement for EMC Recover Point. The product is easy to install and configure. Run books are created to automate the recovery of systems in a timely manner in the event of a disaster. Once installed, it can make disaster recovery testing simple and quick. For testing, an isolated network "bubble" is created and all systems are...
System Analyst at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Jun 30, 2023
I agree with what you shared. Zerto is a great product and their support is very good. It is disappointing that I have to stop using it because they are discontinuing Hyper-V support. I am looking at other products and options.