Arcserve acquires Zetta to deliver disaster avoidance to the midmarket
Zetta is now Arcserve
On July 11, 2017, Arcserve acquired enterprise cloud disaster recovery provider Zetta—and announced its roadmap to the first, affordable near-instant recovery point across cloud, virtual and physical infrastructures.
With the purchase of Zetta, Arcserve’s Unified Data Protection (UDP) solution suite has immediately expanded to include Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct, its new direct-to-cloud disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and backup as a service (BaaS) offerings. Ideally suited for midmarket companies, including those with remote offices, legacy infrastructure, or limited IT resources, this direct-to-cloud solution provides all the data protection they need, packaged in a way that works for their business.
Near-zero data loss
Over the next 12 months, Arcserve will deliver disaster avoidance—near-instant recovery in the cloud with no more than 1 minute of data loss, enabling the always-on business.
Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct, direct-to-cloud data protection
Available now, Arcserve UDP Cloud Direct offers direct-to-cloud data protection for companies with limited IT resources or distributed workforces.
Remote, branch, and home offices
Over the coming months, we’ll change the game with an affordable, completely seamless solution that will limit customers’ data loss to nearly zero and will support all midmarket platforms, hypervisors, cloud, and on-premises, ultimately making DRaaS solutions that lose hours of data a relic of the past.
Mike Crest, CEO, Arcserve