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Kasten and AWS: Kubernetes Backup and Mobility for Bottlerocket Launch

Kasten and AWS: Kubernetes Backup and Mobility for Bottlerocket Launch

Kasten K10 Data Management Platform Provides Increased Security and Operational Ease for Kubernetes Application Backup and Mobility on New Open-Source OS for Containers built by Amazon Web Services Announcing the Kasten K10 data management platform support for Bottlerocket, a new open-source operating system purpose-built for hosting containers, created by Amazon Web Services (AWS). This reflects the latest collaboration between Kasten and AWS, and builds on our existing relationship to provide customers with a scalable foundation, adding an additional layer of protection. Kasten’s K10 data management platform runs on AWS and is integrated with several AWS services including Amazon EBS, Amazon RDS, and IAM. Enterprises use K10 to perform critical functions like application-centric backup and granular recoveries of their Kubernetes applications running on AWS with Amazon EKS, as well as other Kubernetes distributions like Red Hat OpenShift. Read more →
Demodern Multi-Cloud Use of Kasten K10 for Kubernetes Backup & Recovery

Demodern Multi-Cloud Use of Kasten K10 for Kubernetes Backup & Recovery

Demodern a global creative technology agency, found that having separate backups for each customer helped ensure that each client had their own isolated environment in case of needed disaster recovery - K10 made that possible with its very simple setup. The team also reported that K10 is incredibly useful for its developers who need to set up their own environments or have an on-demand production. Read more →
PostgreSQL Backup and Restore on Amazon Web Services using Kasten K10

PostgreSQL Backup and Restore on Amazon Web Services using Kasten K10

In this blog post we will walk through how to use Kasten K10 to backup and restore PostgreSQL databases operating in a Kubernetes environment on AWS. This blog assumes the use of Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).  Read more →