Getting Geeky with Zerto
Zerto and the Public Cloud (Azure and AWS)
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to architect Zerto with Azure and AWS
- What to consider in order to have a successful onboarding experience
- The ins and outs of recovery operations to AWS and Azure
- Common challenges customers encounter with Zerto in or to the cloud
Spotlight on a Customer Support Specialist
(and a tip for our next “Getting Geeky” webinar):
Level 3 Technical Support Engineer
Time at Zerto: 6 Years
I've been connected to Zerto since 2013 when I was a customer of the product at a local Managed Service Provider that continues to use Zerto today! After wearing the customer hat, I joined the Zerto Support organization in October 2015 as a L2 Technical Support Engineer. As you can see from the picture, I am quite passionate about skateboarding. I've been skateboarding for about 20 years now with no plans of stopping. Skateboarding is like being a Technical Support Engineer in that I am constantly troubleshooting my own movement (often for hours on end) in order to land a trick. I love working at Zerto for the challenges in solving problems, collaborating with my peers, and that everyone is like-minded in achieving the same end-goal of having happy customers. There have been countless opportunities to learn and push myself, especially as we integrate with new platforms.
Advice for Zerto Customers about Zerto Analytics (sign up on the next page!)
For those customers who are using Zerto Analytics, Storage Analytics can be quite powerful. This allows users to see journal, mirror, scratch, and protected volume consumption on any given datastore, datastore cluster, or ALL datastores for a given site! You can also see such info on a per-VPG basis if desired. Analytics allows users to see the amount of any non-Zerto volume usage too. Rather than having to rely on the hypervisor’s datastore browser, Analytics provides a quicker way to validate such details with additional granularity.