Ransomware Protection and Recoverability For Cloud-Native Applications

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Ben Morrison, Solutions Architect, Trilio

About this talk

Are you looking to develop, deliver and manage applications more efficiently? Then don’t miss this session. Red Hat OpenShift, Kubernetes and the stateful container-based applications at the core of new hybrid cloud-based services have quickly become critical, driving new needs for data protection, disaster recovery and ransomware protection strategies in enterprise operations. Why? Simply put, traditional methods for backup cannot meet the dynamic requirements of this cloud-native world. They weren’t built for it. Join us to learn how to: - Choose an integrated backup and recovery solution with full Red Hat OpenShift operator certification and compatibility - Protect both application data and metadata using container storage interface (CSI) snapshots - Deploy all operators as a unified solution for the OpenShift OperatorHub - Run container-based applications, provision storage and protect and manage it all through the OpenShift console - Create a comprehensive ransomware protection and recoverability strategy for cloud-native apps Save your spot today for technical and practical knowledge on how to ensure resiliency for your enterprise applications!
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Trilio is a leader in cloud-native data protection for Kubernetes, OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization environments. Customers in telecom, defense, automotive and financial services leverage TrilioVault to recover from disasters, protect against ransomware, migrate workloads, move workloads to new infrastructure and migrate to new software distributions. We're here to help you take full advantage of cloud-native architecture, safe in the knowledge that your data is secure, backed-up and agile. Stay tuned for more educational content on Cloud-native Innovation, Application Mobility, Data Protection, Disaster Recovery, Ransomware Protection, Kubernetes, Containers and more.