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Cloud-Native Data Protection for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift


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Sponsored by TRILIO

Tuesday, July 14, 2020
1 pm ET

Are you a DevOps Engineer, Application Developer or IT Admin looking for backup and recovery, migration, DR or mobility capabilities for your Kubernetes or OpenShift-based applications? If so, we're excited to invite you to an exclusive overview of a new cloud-native data protection platform for Kubernetes.

In this webinar, we'll cover the cloud-native market and the challenges with traditional data protection technology. We'll then introduce and demo a new application-centric backup and recovery product that was designed from the ground-up to support the scale, performance and mobility requirements of Kubernetes container environments across any public or hybrid cloud environment. 

Prashanto Kochavara
Director of Product - Trilio
Prashanto Kochavara is Director of Product at Trilio, a leader in cloud-native data protection. Kochavara is responsible for the product strategy, roadmap and execution of the company's backup and recovery platform for Kubernetes.

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