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How to Backup, Share, and Archive Stateful Applications on OpenShift


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Tuesday, May 4, 2021
1 p.m. ET

As we onboard stateful applications such as databases, analytics, and AI/ML on OpenShift, there is a need for data protection, faster collaboration, and low cost archival for these applications. Robin Cloud Native Storage (CNS) automates and simplifies these operations.

Robin CNS, available on Red Hat Marketplace, offers a pay-as-you-go consumption pricing model, providing customers the public cloud-like flexibility to pay for only what they use, even on-prem. The pay-as-you-go flexibility combined with the backup and archival capabilities makes Robin CNS an ideal solution for ephemeral stateful workloads.

Join us to learn how to:

  • Deploy Robin CNS through Red Hat Marketplace with pay-as-you-go pricing model
  • Backup entire stateful apps (data + metadata + config) to cloud for data protection
  • Share entire applications across teams
  • Archive entire applications including data to free compute resources
Ankur Desai
Head of Product - Robin.io
Ankur Desai is a product management professional with over 13 years of experience in the enterprise software industry. At Robin.io, he is responsible for the go-to-market strategy and the product roadmap. Prior to Robin, Ankur worked for SAP and MapR where he launched multiple products and led the product roadmap.
Lan Vuong
Architect, Red Hat Marketplace - IBM
Lan Vuong is the architect for multicloud and provisioning within Red Hat Marketplace and leads the overall deployment experience. She has a background in cloud technologies and led development teams within IBM Cloud.
Zach C. Taylor
Technical Lead – Operators & Metering - Red Hat Marketplace, IBM
Zach is a senior engineer and team lead at IBM. He is also an open source developer and a contributor to the Red Hat Marketplace operator project. 

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