Trilio Unveils TrilioVault 3.2, the Latest Version of Its Cloud-Native Data Protection SolutionApril 25, 2019
Trilio announced the immediate availability of TrilioVault 3.2. This latest release extends TrilioVault’s cloud-native backup and recovery capabilities to companies using advanced, modern architectures for their clouds and virtualized infrastructure.
TrilioVault 3.2 features some powerful new enhancements, including:
- Protection for cloud infrastructure built on IPv6
- Advanced logging and end-to-end monitoring via ELK framework support
- Improved self-service management via Keystone user group support
- Compatibility for production Cinder storage using multi-Ceph clusters within one OpenStack cloud
- Version compatibility with OpenStack Rocky (Upstream)
- Performance enhancements for faster backup and recovery times
- Enhanced network topology support
For Trilio, this release is another step toward providing data protection to OpenStack and RHV users as they build enterprise-grade multi-cloud and hybrid cloud infrastructures based on open source infrastructure.
“Open source infrastructure is flourishing as a legitimate replacement for dated vendor-locked technology. As part of this shift, organizations are designing advanced architectures with increasingly specialized use cases,” says Murali Balcha, Founder and CTO at Trilio. “Trilio is committed to addressing these critical use cases with our cloud-native data protection solution to further legitimize open source technologies within risk-averse enterprises around the world.”
With multi-tenant support and seamless OpenStack and RHV integrations, Trilio makes it easy for users to recover and restore cloud-based workloads from a well-known point-in-time backup. TrilioVault’s application-aware snaps capture entire workloads, including application blueprints, VMs, flavors of the VMs, network topologies, and all the volumes attached to those VMs. With one-click restore, you can bring your environment back to present day quickly and efficiently without the need for low-level scripting or manual refactoring.
The latest release of TrilioVault builds on the major feature upgrades introduced in version 3.0, including unmatched S3 backup target support (without the need for a cloud gateway) and the inclusion of full tenant network topologies in every workload capture.