Recently WhatMatrix.com launched a major update on their Comparison Platform:
Our community is excited to announce the release of your next-generation IT comparison platform. We’ve listened to your feedback and launch today a fully customizable, expanded and easy-to-consume comparison framework to help you make informed product decisions even more relevant and faster.
Check it out now! The brand new platform includes some great new features such as:
- Custom scores and analysis;
- Identify & remediate issues;
- Ease of consumption;
- More, trusted content…including a major update on the DRaaS comparison;
Read this blogpost for full details on the new Comparison Platform.
DR(aaS) comparison has been updated!
I’m the category consultant for the Disaster Recovery as a Service comparison at the WhatMatrix Comparison Platform. I’ve recently been working on a major update for this comparison, and I’m proud to announce the availability of the updated DRaaS comparison.
Let’s have a look what’s new in the DRaaS comparison?
- Zerto Virtual Replication 6.0 is now included;
- All different licensing options for Zerto Virtual Replication (ZVR) are now included as separate editions. You can now determine the exact edition you will need based on the required functionality (and WhatMatrix score). Included editions are: ZVR classic, DRaaS, public cloud en enterprise cloud edition;
- VMware Site Recovery, an add-on solution to VMware Cloud on AWS, is now part of the comparison. This new service is VMware’s Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) proposition and part of the brand new VMware Cloud on AWS proposition, so go and check it out!
- Microsoft’s Azure Site Recovery is updated;
- Microsoft Hyper-V replica on Windows Server 2016 is added to the comparison.
On top of this, I’ve also made some changes to the comparison framework. The most important change is that there’s now a separate category for the replication source and target. With this new category you get insights on which platforms are supported by a specific DR solution. This is extremely beneficial if you’re running a multi hypervisor/multi cloud environment.
Okay, too much talking…just go ahead and check out the latest DRaaS comparison at WhatMatrix.com.