Trilio Unveils Technology Preview of ‘Continuous Recovery’, Offering Cloud-Native Application Portability and Recoverability to Different Infrastructures in Seconds

Trilio Unveils Technology Preview of 'Continuous Recovery'_ Offering Cloud-Native Application Portability and Recoverability to Different Infrastructures in Seconds-01

KUBECON + CLOUDNATIVECON Europe Conference – Trilio , the leading provider of cloud-native data protection, today released a technology preview of a new “Continuous Recovery” feature. The feature is being demonstrated to the cloud native community at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe. Continuous recovery technology accelerates the replication, recovery and migration of data and metadata from any storage or cloud platform to another, dramatically reducing recovery time for cloud-native applications.

Completely independent of storage, cloud and distribution platforms, Trilio’s “continuous recovery” feature will allow users to continuously stage data across numerous heterogeneous clouds. This means that applications deployed anywhere will be able to leverage this data and go live in seconds, achieving excellent recovery time objectives (RTOs). This capability will be embedded in TrilioVault for Kubernetes, a cloud-native data protection and management platform.

Murali Balcha, founder and CTO of Trilio, said: ” Distributed environments consisting of core, edge and cloud resources are becoming the mainstream architecture in today’s enterprises. Companies often need to move stateful applications and their data volumes across these disparate environments, To meet the requirements of cost-effectiveness, performance, security and disaster recovery. Unfortunately, there is currently no easy-to-use and cost-effective solution for continuous replication of data volumes across different infrastructure environments.”

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Balcha continued: ” Trilio’s continuous recovery capabilities enable the migration and replication of stateful applications in seconds or minutes. No matter where the application is running or where the data is stored, all companies can protect it anywhere and use their data. This enables enterprises to achieve leading levels of application uptime and achieve the service level agreements (SLAs) expected of production-grade applications at an affordable cost. Continuous recovery technology is a game-changing tool, It will make modern businesses more competitive and resilient.”

***To see a demonstration of the ongoing recovery, visit Trilio’s booth P11 at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe or make an appointment with our K8s experts ***

Use cases for continuous resilience include:

1. Disaster Recovery : Users will be able to achieve the goal of restoring availability and recover from outages or failures in seconds or minutes instead of days or weeks. With continuous recovery, recovery time objective (RTO) will be improved by more than 80% over traditional methods.

2. Application Migration : Continuous Recovery enables IT teams to optimize performance and achieve a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) by choosing the infrastructure that best suits current needs. Continuous recovery capabilities will also enable enterprises to unify their infrastructure, especially those that are growing rapidly and adopting a variety of computing platforms and storage solutions to meet unique needs. Continuous recovery will enable hyper-speed migration of applications across infrastructure silos, silos no longer exist.

3. Test/Development : Developers can stage data for multiple test/dev environments, increasing the speed of CI/CD pipelines. These test/dev environments leverage continuously replicated production data to quickly start and accelerate the push of validated changes to production in seconds. In fact, DevOps teams can use this feature to test their “recovery” protocols to ensure that recovery functions are functioning properly when critical.

4. Edge cloud data custody : As the distributed environment expands in the future, the “edge” layer will collect large amounts of data. This information from different architectures needs to be replicated quickly and flowed throughout the distributed system so that any number of different applications can capture and centrally analyze this information.

Come and join Trilio’s “Resilience and Portability of Cloud-Native Applications in Seconds by Unifying Information Silos” on Thursday, May 19 at 3pm CET at Microsoft Azure booth P12 . Watch Trilio Solutions Architect Ben Morrison’s talk and demo to learn about Trilio’s ability to migrate stateful applications from on-premises Red Hat OpenShift to Azure AKS in seconds – highlighting the flexibility and speed of the TrilioVault for Kubernetes platform .

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