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Protecting Red Hat OpenShift Apps with Cloud-Native Backup and Recovery


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Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace and Trilio


Red Hat OpenShift enables enterprises to develop, deliver and manage applications more efficiently than ever before. 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 and ensure resiliency for your enterprise applications! Whether on-premises or in the cloud, the combination of TrilioVault for Kubernetes, Red Hat® OpenShift® and Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation provides the most robust data protection for container-based applications.

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.
Michael St-Jean
Sr. Principal, Hybrid Platforms - Red Hat
Michael St-Jean is a Partner and Senior Principal at Red Hat Hybrid Platforms focused on data solutions for the hybrid cloud. He brings expertise in enterprise storage with experience in global alliances, corporate and technical marketing, product management, and technical training. With extensive experience in the industry, Michael delivers real-world solutions for today's emerging data-driven workloads.

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