Stay ahead of the game protecting your data
Want to protect your OVH Private Cloud solution's operating system against technical issues, data loss and service interruptions? Get started with the Zerto DRP solution, and guarantee resilience for your data in your choice of OVH datacentre.
Available across all of our Private Cloud ranges
Switch immediately in one click
In an emergency, click "FAILOVER" in your Zerto interface to start your backup infrastructure. Implementing your Disaster Recovery Plan has never been so simple!
RTO: a few minutes
Continuous high-speed synchronisation
VMs (+ Vdisk) are copied at an average speed of 90 Mb/s(1) due to the quality of the OVH network, which is 10 times faster than the market standard.
Your data is copied almost in real time.
RPO: a few seconds
Secure data transfer
The OVH fiber-optic network between datacentres is used to sync your data. Data is transferred between different sites via a VPN which means all your exchanges are secure.
Control your budget
Take advantage of a transparent solution where you are in charge of the configuration:
Choose the VMs you want to protect
Choose your backup infrastructure
Thanks to an active/active configuration you can switch production to a second Private Cloud!
(1) Average speed recorded over one week of synchronisation between OVH's Roubaix and Strasbourg datacentres. (not legally binding)
Simple "per VM" pricing
VMs protected by Zerto
You can activate Zerto seamlessly on two OVH Private Cloud infrastructures. This solution is compatible with both of our OVH Private Cloud ranges: Dedicated Cloud and SDDC.
Price per protected VM
You can activate this solution via the OVH Control Panel.
Zerto DRP: configuration in just a few minutes
RPO and RTO
The ZERTO solution constantly syncs your data at high speed. This minimises the amount of data that you are likely to lose in an emergency. The time it takes to recover from the emergency (RTO) is also greatly reduced because when you switch over your VMs are automatically rebooted on your backup infrastructure.
RPO or "Recovery Point Objective" refers to the maximum time frame you are willing to lose data for.
RTO or "Recovery Time Objective" refers to how quickly you can switch to your backup infrastructure.
DRP: best practice
In order to ensure that your Disaster Recovery Plan is successful you must consider the following key points and take the necessary steps:
Defining your monitoring solution
(SMS, e-mail...) Independent infrastructure monitoring
Internal DRP organisation
Testing moving from one infrastructure to a backup infrastructure is an essential part of your DRP. We suggest that you carry out such tests once a month.