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10 Key Takeaways from Kubernetes Backup & Recovery For Dummies

10 Key Takeaways from Kubernetes Backup & Recovery For Dummies

In Kubernetes Backup & Recovery For Dummies, a free Kasten by Veeam special edition, author Steve Kaelble explores these challenges and explains why a cloud-native backup solution is the best choice for protecting data and applications in Kubernetes environments. The book covers the origin of Kubernetes and provides actionable steps for protecting data and applications in the evolving Kubernetes ecosystem. Read more →
6 Best Practices for Kubernetes Backup

6 Best Practices for Kubernetes Backup

The adoption of cloud-native development practices, particularly with Kubernetes, is rapidly accelerating as companies shift from last-gen tech to the far more reliable, scalable and portable environment that the cloud provides. Yet despite offering numerous advantages over on-premises systems, moving to the cloud can sometimes be a double-edged sword. Read more →
Cross-Cluster Application Migration and Disaster Recovery for AWS EKS using Kasten K10

Cross-Cluster Application Migration and Disaster Recovery for AWS EKS using Kasten K10

Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) is a fully managed Kubernetes service provided by AWS. It's a managed Kubernetes service where you don't have to maintain or create the cluster control plane or underlying infrastructure. EKS runs a cluster control plane across multiple AZs to ensure it maintains high availability and automatically replaces unhealthy instances. It works with different AWS services to provide scalability and security for your application. Read more →
Kubernetes Backup and Disaster Recovery using Rook 1.4 and Ceph CSI 3.0

Kubernetes Backup and Disaster Recovery using Rook 1.4 and Ceph CSI 3.0

In one of our previous blog posts, we showed how the Kubernetes-native K10 data management platform can be used to backup and recover stateful applications that are deployed on Kubernetes using Rook-Ceph storage.   Since then, Rook v1.4 has been released and this recent release comes with Ceph CSI v3.0. The Ceph CSI release has a large number of new features but, most importantly, it includes Beta API support for persistent volume snapshots. This API upgrade (from the previously experimental Alpha) is needed to run Ceph effectively with modern Kubernetes releases (v1.17+) and recent versions of Red Hat OpenShift (v4.5+). Read more →