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Protect and Back Up Containerized Apps in a Multi-Cluster Environment


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Container- and Kubernetes-based applications are on the rise, but many IT professionals delay rolling them out due to concerns related to data management and protection. In today’s cloud-native world, enterprises need to ensure data resiliency across their multi-cloud infrastructure.

Join Trilio to learn about the requirements for Kubernetes data protection. You’ll learn how Trilio works with SUSE Rancher to improve:

  • Backup, recovery and migration of applications across multiple clusters
  • Cross-cluster recovery and portability of applications based on native capture of namespace/Helm/operators/labels
  • Disaster recovery planning and execution

You will come away from this session with an understanding of how others in your industry are addressing the need for Kubernetes data protection.

Ben Morrison
Solutions Architect - Trilio
Ben Morrison is a Solutions Architect with Trilio based out of San Francisco. With 3+ years of experience in Kubernetes, he is responsible for customer and partner engagement supporting the company’s go-to-market efforts in the cloud-native community.

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