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Solving Data Protection the DevOps Way

Webinar

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Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace


Wednesday, September 29, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Organizations adopt DevOps practices like IaC and GitOps to ease requirements, such as the four-eyes principle, while defining and tracking their infrastructure and application desired state in a declarative way. The worst-case scenario for stateful applications is infrastructure flaws or human error that results in the loss of data or system downtime.

Join us to learn: 

  • How to avoid those ‘Oops’ moments by protecting the most critical and valuable assets of the organization as standard design patterns by defining the desired state of business continuity as-code
  • How to operationalize data protection, the DevOps way
Romuald Vandepoel
Cloud Solutions Architect - StorageOS
Cloud Solutions Architect - StorageOS
Cloud Solutions Architect - StorageOS
Cloud Solutions Architect - StorageOS

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