Trilio Announces “Continuous Recovery” Technical Preview, Delivering Portability and Recoverability of Cloud-Native Applications in Seconds Across Disparate Infrastructure

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Capacity unleashes data gravity and frees data-driven organizations to rapidly replicate production-grade cloud-native applications anywhere

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VALENCIA, Spain — KUBECON + CLOUDNATIVECON EUROPE— Trilio, a leading cloud-native data protection provider, today announced a technical preview of a new “continuous recovery” capability that is being showcased to the cloud-native community at KubeCon+. CloudNativeCon Europe. Continuous recovery provides faster levels of replication, recovery, and migration of data and metadata from any storage or cloud platform to another, dramatically improving recovery times for cloud-native applications.

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Completely independent of storage, cloud and distribution, Trilio’s “Continuous Recovery” capability will allow users to continuously organize data across multiple and heterogeneous clouds. This means that applications, regardless of location, will be able to mine this data and be online in seconds, achieving exceptional levels of recovery time objectives (RTOs). The feature will be introduced as part of the TrilioVault cloud-native data protection and management platform for Kubernetes.

“Distributed environments comprised of core, edge, and cloud resources are becoming the predominant architecture for enterprises today,” said Murali Balcha, Founder and CTO of Trilio. “Enterprises must frequently move stateful applications and their data volumes between these various environments to meet cost-effectiveness, performance, security, and disaster recovery requirements. Unfortunately, today there is no easy-to-use and affordable solution for continuous data volume replication across heterogeneous infrastructure environments.

“Trilio’s continuous recovery capability enables stateful application migration and replication in seconds or minutes so that all businesses can protect and use their data anywhere, regardless of the application they are on.” performed or where they are stored,” Balcha continued. “This provides businesses with the ability to achieve the highest levels of application availability, meeting service level agreements (SLAs) expected from production applications, all at an affordable cost. Continuous recovery is a game-changer that will make today’s modern businesses even more competitive and resilient.

***To see a continuous recovery demo, visit Trilio at booth P11 at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe or schedule a meeting with our K8s experts***

Use cases for the continuous restore feature include:

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1. Disaster recovery: Users will be able to meet availability goals and recover from outages or outages in seconds or minutes rather than days or weeks. With Continuous Restore, Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) will be improved by more than 80% compared to traditional methods.

2. Application migrations: Continuous recovery allows IT teams to optimize performance and achieve a better total cost of ownership (TCO) by choosing the infrastructure best suited to current needs. The continuous recovery capability will also allow organizations to unify their infrastructure, especially those that have grown rapidly and adopted a variety of compute platforms and storage solutions to meet unique needs. Continuous recovery will enable extremely rapid mobility of applications across infrastructure silos, making them silos.

3. Testing/Development: Developers can increase the speed of CI/CD pipelines by storing data for multiple test/development environments. These test/dev environments can be launched in seconds with production data continuously replicated and accelerating the release of committed changes to production. In fact, DevOps teams can use this capability to test their “rollback” protocols to ensure rollback will work when needed.

4. Data Retention from Edge Clouds: As distributed environments proliferate in the future, massive amounts of data will be collected at the “edge”, and this information from various architectures will need to be rapidly replicated and moved into distributed systems where it can be assimilated and analyzed from centrally by any number of users. different applications.

Attend the Trilio session: Recovery and portability of cloud-native applications in seconds by unifying information silos » on Thursday, May 19, 3:00 p.m. CET at Microsoft Azure Booth P12. Join Ben Morrison, Solutions Architect at Trilio, for his presentation and demo showing Trilio’s ability to migrate a stateful application from on-premises Red Hat OpenShift to Azure AKS in seconds, highlighting the flexibility and speed enabled by the platform TrilioVault for Kubernetes.

Continuous Restore is a feature of TrilioVault for Kubernetes and will generally be available as part of a product release in Q3 2022. For those interested in previewing or testing the feature, please contact Trilio.

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About Trilio

Trilio is a leader in cloud-native data protection for Kubernetes, OpenStack and Red Hat virtualization environments. Our TrilioVault technology is trusted by cloud infrastructure operators and developers for backup and recovery, migration and application mobility. Telecommunications, Defense, Automotive, and Financial Services customers leverage TrilioVault to recover from disaster, migrate workloads, move workloads to new infrastructure, and migrate to new distributions of software. Trilio.io, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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