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Kubernetes Multi-cluster and Multi-tenancy with Kasten K10 3.0

Kubernetes Multi-cluster and Multi-tenancy with Kasten K10 3.0

Kasten by Veeam has introduced multi-cluster support in K10 v3.0 that extends to multi-tenant environments. These capabilities have been introduced in direct response to tremendous customer demand and provide immense productivity advantages. This post takes a step back to explain why customers are using multiple clusters. The post then dives under the covers to explain the benefits provided with the novel approach Kasten K10 has taken to handle backup and disaster recovery in these growing Kubernetes multi-tenant and multi-cluster environments. Read more →
Kasten and COVID-19

Kasten and COVID-19

As we all know, COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus has been quickly spreading and worldwide efforts have now concentrated on flattening the curve! To help support these efforts, Kasten is asking all employees in impacted areas to work from home, stopping all travel, and is closing down offices for the near term. There are a number of excellent resources out there that cover how to plan and prepare for these extremely unusual circumstances we all find ourselves in. Instead of covering those, I want to cover how this impacts our customers today and, in the hope that it might be useful to others too, also cover how we have prepared for the ensuing weeks and months to minimize any internal or external disruption. Read more →
Multi-Cluster Global Policies with Kasten K10 and Razee

Multi-Cluster Global Policies with Kasten K10 and Razee

Today, we are seeing a large number of customers either already adopting or expressing interest in the use of multiple Kubernetes clusters in every one of their environments (production, staging, dev, etc.). These clusters are often being split across application, security, or team boundaries and the architecture is further complicated by the fact that these clusters will often be deployed across multiple availability zones, regions, clouds, and on-premises data centers. Our observations have also been backed up by this recent CNCF survey that showed that the vast majority of Kubernetes users have deployed multiple production clusters. Read more →