Summary:

Zerto, an Israel-based startup focused on providing disaster recovery for virtualized and cloud resources, has closed a $15 million Series B funding round from U.S. Venture Partners, Battery Ventures and Greylock Partners. The company launched in June and has now raised $21 million overall.

Zerto CEO Ziv Kedem

Zerto CEO Ziv Kedem

Zerto, an Israel-based startup focused on providing disaster recovery for virtualized and cloud resources, has closed a $15 million Series B funding round from U.S. Venture Partners, Battery Ventures and Greylock Partners. The company launched at our Structure event in June, and it has now raised $21 million overall.

Zerto tries to take virtualization disaster recovery to the next level by maintaining the state of the primary infrastructure in the backup location. This means that with VMware, for example, Zerto’s software will keep up with VM location changes resulting from the use of vMotion and other tools. For more on Zerto, check out this profile of the company that we published last month, or this video of Zerto CEO Ziv Kedem discussing his company and its product.

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