Trilio is a foundation partner for Red Hat’s Open Hybrid Cloud strategy. As part of this partnership, Trilio works closely with Red Hat to certify and tightly integrate our data protection solution with the Red Hat suite of platforms and tools so our shared customers easily meet service-level agreements and compliance requirements.
TrilioVault provides worry-free backup to companies on Red Hat OpenStack. It’s software-defined data protection built specifically for OpenStack, plus it’s the only solution to provide self-service backup and recovery of entire workloads to both tenants and administrators. That means any of your provisioned users can rapidly and reliably replicate or restore their own workloads on their own schedule, without any help from centralized IT.
About the Partnership
As a certified Red Hat Connect partner, our customers and systems integrators can be confident that our technology is easy to deploy and works seamlessly with their Red Hat OpenStack cloud, regardless of size. Our goal is to give cloud administrators and tenants full control over the management and restoration of their cloud environment–using the Red Hat tools and interfaces they already know and love.
Learn what makes this partnership so fruitful and successful from our CEO, David Safaii, in the video below.
We partner with companies around the globe as part of our mission to give you control over backup and recovery within your clouds. As part of this program, we work with all major OpenStack distributions, including Red Hat.
What is Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP)?
Red Hat OpenStack Platform is a production-ready foundation to help you create, deploy, scale, and manage a secure and reliable hybrid or private cloud.
Red Hat released the latest version of its platform, Red Hat OpenStack 12, late last year. That release is based off the Pike release and expanded the cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform to include containerized services and other enhancements like an upgraded DCI (distributed continuous integration) and improved security.
Core Components of RHOSP
Red Hat OpenStack Platform helps relieve deployment and management burdens by integrating with a portfolio of Red Hat cloud infrastructure products.
- Deploy Red Hat Enterprise Linux as host nodes and virtual machines to gain performance, security, and operational advantages
- Use Red Hat CloudForms as a unified infrastructure manager to virtual workloads
- Set up Red Hat Ceph Storage for highly redundant, scale-out block, object, and image storage
- Use Red Hat Virtualization for traditional scale-up virtualization alongside new OpenStack scale-out workloads
- Red Hat Director to install and manage a complete OpenStack environment
- Automate and optimize with Red Hat Ansible
Deploy and Manage OpenStack with Confidence
|Reliable deployments with live upgrades||The Director tool in Red Hat OpenStack Platform checks systems throughout the installation process to provide consistent, automated cloud deployment. It features live orchestrated system upgrades and updates, ensuring long-term, production-ready stability with little downtime.|
|Integrated orchestration||Red Hat OpenStack Platform Director provides system-wide orchestration of OpenStack resources, including bare-metal provisioning.|
|Unlimited Red Hat Enterprise Linux uses||Red Hat Enterprise Linux can operate on host nodes and unlimited virtualized workloads on OpenStack.|
|Included workload and infrastructure management||Red Hat CloudForms can manage OpenStack workloads and infrastructure. It provides resource management and data collection over OpenStack clouds, such as resource monitoring and reporting, compliance assurance, chargeback, and showback.|
TrilioVault’s OpenStack-Native Data Protection
For any organization planning or using a production Red Hat OpenStack cloud, data protection is critical to reducing the risk of data loss. Unfortunately, when OpenStack was first released, there were no options for cloud-native backup and recovery. That’s why Trilio built a software-only solution that is specifically designed for OpenStack clouds and adheres to the principles of cloud: multi-tenancy, self-service, and scalability.
So what does that mean? Unlike all the hardware-centric legacy backup solutions that were designed in the days when mainframes were king, TrilioVault is focused on distributing management and control of cloud backups to individual users. Regardless of the size of the cloud, with Trilio, each tenant of your cloud has the ability to log onto the Horizon dashboard, choose a data policy, and — in a couple of clicks — back up their entire workload. But that’s only half the battle–TrilioVault also gives those users the ability to restore their environment to a specific point-in-time from the same interface, without any help from centralized IT.
Listen to Trilio’s GM of Sales and Alliances, Tom Lahive, dive into some of Trilio’s unique capabilities in this recent podcast from Red Hat Connect:
Recover Any Point-in-Time in a Single Click
Because we’re tenant-driven and self-service, there’s a lot that each individual user within your company can do to improve Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO), all from within the Horizon dashboard or via Trilio’s rich set of APIs.
|NON-DISRUPTIVE BACKUP||ONE-CLICK RESTORE||SELF-SERVICE MANAGEMENT|
Trilio’s Certified Red Hat OpenStack Platform Integration
Trilio is a Red Hat Connect for Technology Partner. As part of this partner program, Red Hat has certified TrilioVault to run on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.0. This certification demonstrates that TrilioVault meets Red Hat’s best practices for deployment and configuration for optimal interoperability and longer lifecycle. It gives mutual customers access to premium support through collaboration with Red Hat’s Global Support Services.