Trilio Data Announces Technical Preview of TrilioVault for Kubernetes

SAN DIEGO — November 18, 2019 — KUBECON + CLOUDNATIVECON NORTH AMERICA — Data protection and application resiliency startup Trilio Data today announced the technical preview of TrilioVault for Kubernetes. With initial support for the RedHat OpenShift Container Platform, TrilioVault for Kubernetes is natively integrated making backup and restore of workloads simple and fast. The preview is the company’s foray into supporting container-based workloads after achieving success with its core technology for OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization environments.

*** Visit Trilio at KubeCon North America this week in San Diego, booth SE64, to learn more about TrilioVault for Kubernetes. ***

The technical preview, presented this week at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America in San Diego, allows existing TrilioVault customers and partners as well as interested users an opportunity to view a demo of TrilioVault for Kubernetes. Support for additional container application and infrastructure environments for both public and private clouds will be announced next year.

The core Trilio technology is an agentless, software-only model that is self-service for multi-tenant environments that support high degrees of scale. TrilioVault for Kubernetes, with its open and forever-incremental point-in-time backup schemas, can support any storage target, making it ideal for cloud-native environments where applications are built on Kubernetes.

TrilioVault for Kubernetes is the company’s first step into the cloud-native space. The company’s goal is the delivery of a single, tightly integrated platform that supports application velocity across the spectrum of public and private infrastructure environments that play a critical role in the multicloud strategies of both enterprises and managed service providers (MSP).

“TrilioVault made significant inroads into the virtualization market by offering an agentless approach for scale-out, multi-tenant environments,” said David Safaii, CEO at Trilio. “Our core architectural approach is ideal not only for data protection in container environments that IT and Infrastructure Managers crave but also for application lifecycle management of those workloads for the DevOps community that aids in the acceleration of development cycles on an application’s journey into production. It’s an opportunity we plan to take full advantage of as more and more enterprise container workloads move to production in public and private cloud infrastructure deployments next year and beyond. Wherever container-based applications live, Trilio will be there to provide resiliency, recoverability and version control.” 

In 2019, the TrilioVault product has seen substantial customer wins. The company now serves a diversity of enterprises in telecom, financial services, defense/government, automotive manufacturing, and MSPs. Trilio achieved success in the traditional backup and recovery market by offering customers the only native solution for the open infrastructure space coupled with usage- and subscription-based pricing, while the standard legacy solutions market storage and perpetual licensing. 

As enterprises and MSPs move to support multicloud models, CIOs must manage workloads and data residing in multiple clouds. The TrilioVault platform captures application data and metadata and can move VM or container-based applications at any moment in time to another cloud.

Technical Preview Resources

Trilio customers, partners, and others can learn more about the technical preview of TrilioVault for Kubernetes here <URL forthcoming>:

About Trilio Data

Trilio is trusted by global cloud infrastructure operators to deliver data protection, application lifecycle management, infrastructure migration and infrastructure version management. Our TrilioVault technology supports OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization environments to recover from disasters, migrate tenant workloads, move workloads to new infrastructures and migrate to new infrastructure software distributions. and @triliodata on Twitter.

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Robert Cathey
Cathey Communications for Trilio 
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