Zerto, an IT resilience company, has announced the availability of Zerto Analytics Resource Planner, a new analytics resource planning that provides real-time and historical insights and analysis of the protection status of apps and data.
It enables users to automate the sizing, scoping, and optimization of future on-premises and cloud data protection needs, ensuring zero interruption to the business.
Built into the Zerto IT Resilience Platform, Zerto Analytics has a single interface and experience to give users visibility of their protected data and applications.
It allows users to analyze historical data protection, monitor current data protection status and now with the new Resource Planner, optimize and size for their future data protection needs.
More Zerto resource planning tool features:
- identifies the resources required for the user’s data protection strategy based on the performance of data center architecture
- designed for current Zerto customers or those evaluating it for their data protection needs
- analyzes and reports on any or all VMs within each data center to size and optimize data protection needs across on-premises or cloud
The Resource Planner identifies a range of key data protection planning requirements, including the storage and networking resources required to protect data centers, the resources required to move Zerto-protected VMs from on premises to a public cloud, predict required changes to the journal sizing and retention policies and the storage and networking resources required to protect some or all data centers.
“As IT infrastructures become more complex and demands for performance rise, companies require visibility and control over protected IT environments. Zerto Analytics Resource Planner is a powerful analytics resource planning tool that allows users to quickly access and determine data protection resource and infrastructure demands and give them the ability to forecast precise needs,” says Rob Strechay, SVP of product.
“By providing full visibility across the entire IT environment, it allows users to scope their future needs and make data-driven decisions about resilience based on size, licensing and budget.”