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Native Data Protection for OpenStack & Red Hat Virtualization

Tenant-based application & data capture — total workload recovery is only a click away.

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Trilio Unveils TrilioVault 3.2,
the Latest Version of Its
Cloud-Native
Data Protection Solution

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The Next Phase in
Hybrid Cloud Data Protection:
Backups That Actually Do Something

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LATEST NEWS

Trilio Appoints Visionary
Software Leader John R. Egan
to Board of Directors

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The Industry’s Only Native Data Protection Solution for OpenStack

An OpenStack-native backup and recovery solution that gives your tenants the ability to restore entire workloads on-demand

NON-DISRUPTIVE BACKUP

Schedule application-aware snapshots to capture changed blocks of your workloads via an agentless Data Mover.

ONE-CLICK RESTORE

Recover to a point-in-time from a synthetic full image of your environment, created from incremental scheduled backups.

SELF-SERVICE MANAGEMENT

Tenants can restore individual items, VMs, full workloads, or entire cloud environments on-demand via the Horizon GUI.

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OpenStack Continues to Thrive

85,000

Individual Members

63

of Deployments Are in Production

95

Increase in Deployments Since 2016

Source: OpenStack Foundation User Survey November 2017

Some of Our Customers

Recent Articles from Trilio

How To

How to Backup Red Hat Virtualization Applications Using TrilioVault

Hypervisors like Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) have grown in prominence over the past two decades, often serving as the underpinning of modern application development and deployment. This success is largely due to the speed in which the procurement, provisioning, and configuration of physical hardware can now be accomplished — in a matter of minutes instead of months — dramatically decreasing time-to-market for new technology resources. While RHV has many valuable attributes, there are few compatible data protection solutions…
Jon Tobin
May 17, 2019
Expert Article

Improving Recovery Time Objectives with Savvy Backup Strategies

Planning for disaster scenarios that could compromise your company's digital operations is critical to protecting business continuity and managing risk. RTO and RPO are benchmarks against which your company can measure its disaster readiness. Recovery point objectives (RPO) establish the volume of data that an organization can afford to lose. Recovery time objectives (RTO), in turn, establish the minimum time that an organization can wait before the completion of its data recovery process. Also referred to…

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