Trilio Showcases Data Protection and Management Innovations to Help Users Realize the Benefits of Cloud-Native Application Resiliency
Company Emphasizes Protection Against the ‘Backup Attack Vector’ from Ransomware; Announces Key Wins and Ecosystem Momentum
At this week’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon event in Los Angeles and virtually, Trilio will showcase advancements in data protection and management to help users achieve resiliency of their cloud-native applications. Trilio will feature its latest release of TrilioVault for Kubernetes (TVK) v2.5, emphasizing new capabilities that protect users from ransomware attacks that rely on corrupting backups in a cloud-native architecture. Additionally, the company has announced new customer wins and the expansion of technology partnerships. Trilio is one of the leading providers of data protection for cloud-native applications.
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“Builders and operators of cloud-native applications must take a proactive approach to ransomware protection and recoverability. Architecting a zero trust data protection strategy and management framework can no longer be an afterthought.”
“Ransomware is a massive problem. Anyone deploying Kubernetes needs to accept the increasing risks as the number of production deployments rises across the industry. Compounding this is the reality that attack sophistication is increasing as well. An organization’s backups are its only hope to recover. Naturally, the backups are a prime target for these bad actors,” said David Safaii, CEO, Trilio. “Builders and operators of cloud-native applications must take a proactive approach to ransomware protection and recoverability. Architecting a zero trust data protection strategy and management framework can no longer be an afterthought.”
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At KubeCon, Trilio’s cloud-native experts will display how customers solve key IT or DevOps challenges thru the power of cloud-native data protection and management technology:
- Multi-Cloud Protection Realized: Tours of the TrilioVault Management Console displaying intuitive click-driven workflows to set data protection policies, complete migrations and implement DR initiatives across any platform, cloud or infrastructure.
- Application Mobility Realized: Demos of the TVK GitHub Actions Runner which empowers developers to run test/dev with production data as they are checking in code to improve software reliability and time-to-market, leveraging integrations with GitOps environments.
- Disaster Recovery Realized: Preview of a new capability that offers continuous restore across a multi-cloud environment to provide application recoverability or portability in a matter of seconds, reducing Recovery Time Objectives (RTO).
- Ransomware Protection Realized: Demos of TVK v2.5 will display protection (and recoverability) for backup attack vectors such as backup target corruption and management console vulnerabilities.
Safaii continued, “It’s been two years, so we’re excited to be back in-person at KubeCon, meeting with community members and learning from each other. There’s an impressive amount of innovation happening at the intersection of cloud, application development and containers. The conference theme of ‘Resilience Realized’ is an appropriate indicator of where organizations are at in their cloud-native journey. Trilio is looking forward to doing our part to help the community implement resilient cloud-native applications through best practices and use cases from our global customer base.”
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