About the Webinar:
Kubernetes and the use of Container Attached Storage such as OpenEBS enables per workload management of data. This approach has quickly become a standard way to preserve and protect the benefits of Kubernetes for data. Small, loosely coupled teams manage small, loosely coupled workloads. There can be 150 or more such workloads per a cluster, and each of these workloads and teams may have different back-up and disaster recovery requirements.
Kubera from MayaData is the first solution to extend the per workload management of data offered by Container Attached Storage to back-ups and disaster recovery. Kubera is often used by small teams to establish and manage back-up policies whereby data is backed up to S3 compatible object storage. Kubera can also be used to provide a comprehensive view across all workloads of back-up and retention policies and to enable back-ground cloud migration and disaster recovery.
MayaData is joined in this webinar by Cloudian, the leader in enterprise class S3-API compatible object storage delivering the scalability and flexibility of cloud infrastructure to enterprise data centers. MayaData and Cloudian engineers will demonstrate these back-ups and disaster recovery policies in action.
In this webinar, we will back-up many live workloads to the Cloudian Hyperstore from a Kubernetes environment running on a particular cloud. We will demonstrate the value of Cloudian’s WORM capabilities to show how workloads and their data can be protected from ransomware attacks. Later, we will recover workloads from the Cloudian HyperStore to another cloud vendor. We will also demonstrate streaming back-ups for use in cloud and hardware switch overs and other use cases.
- MayaData & Cloudian joint offerings
- Per workload data back-up and disaster recovery
- Live Demonstration