Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware

A Superior, Agentless Solution for Virtualized Environments

With Zetta Disaster Recovery, you can run virtual instances of your on-premise servers in the Zetta Cloud. The solution provides protection for physical and virtual - VMware and Hyper-V - servers running Windows or Linux operating systems.  

If you are running a VMware virtual environment, you can deploy the Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware, which enables agentless protection of VMware virtual machines. The Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware eliminates the need to install the Zetta Agent on each individual VMware virtual machine, saving you time and making the disaster recovery setup process efficient.

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Easily Protect and Recover Virtual Machines 

The Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware allows you to protect and recover VMware virtual machines.

Download: The Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware is available for download from the Zetta Portal.  

Deploy: Use the VMware vSphere Web Client to deploy the virtual appliance into your VMware vSphere environment.

Register: Register the Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware with the Zetta Cloud.

Connect: Connect the Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware to the VMware vCenter Server to discover and protect virtual machines.  

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Complete Business Continuity for VMware Environments

The Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware is a lightweight, Linux-based appliance that is an integral component of Zetta Disaster Recovery that allows you to easily enable your virtual machines for disaster recovery.

The Zetta Virtual Appliance for VMware helps make the disaster recovery process intuitive and streamlined. Once deployed, it discovers all the backed up VMware virtual machines associated with the specified vCenter Server, displays them in the Zetta Portal, and then creates backup images of the virtual machines you select.

You have the flexibility to decide which ones to add  to your DR plan. You also can specify the amount of RAM you’ll need for the virtual instances of the systems that will be powered on in the Zetta Cloud. The systems will then be enabled for Zetta Disaster Recovery and will transfer the images and subsequent snapshots to the Zetta Cloud for offsite protection.

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