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Workload Migration Within an OpenStack Cloud

One of the many perks of TrilioVault's OpenStack-native design is that it allows for easy workload migration between tenants and availability zones within the same cloud — and grants end users self-service access to these capabilities. Why Intra-Cloud Workload Migration Matters OpenStack clouds enable users to access and control tenant spaces to an unprecedented degree. Of course, with this newfound access comes a heightened need for mobility and flexibility for each workload that's located within…
Trilio Content Team
February 28, 2019
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A Look into Cloud Workload Protection with TrilioVault

The term "workload" is often tossed around but doesn't have clear connotations within clouds and virtualized infrastructure. We use it a lot at Trilio, though — both in our marketing and in our technical presentations — so we thought it'd be worth some explanation. Here's what we are referring to when we talk about cloud "workloads" and how it's pertinent in the world of cloud workload protection and recovery. Defining "Cloud Workloads" Typically, a "workload" refers to…
Katie Lyon
February 21, 2019
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Application-Consistent vs. Crash-Consistent Backup

It’s no secret that data backup is a crucial practice for any organization. However, it's important to ensure your backups occur in a format that makes it as fast to restore as possible. Ideally, for database applications, your data protection solution will capture complete cloud workloads with application-consistent or crash-consistent backups. But what, exactly, is the difference between the two terms? Crash-Consistent Backup Crash-consistent copies are taken at the storage layer without involving the application…
Trilio Content Team
February 20, 2019
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Efficiently Storing Backups: On-Premises, Private Cloud, or Public Cloud?

No matter how modern technology has evolved, there is always a way for it to fail, taking valuable files and data along with it. Even if you build a "perfect" system, a tree can still crash through the roof onto your storage format of choice. It's impossible to control both internal and external threats to your data, so your best bet for safety is to take frequent, regular backups. Of course, there are a number…
Trilio Content Team
February 12, 2019
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The Impact of 5G Systems on Telecommunications

5G systems are poised to revolutionize the speed, reliability, and capacity of communication networks as we know them. This leap forward is a critical one for telecommunications companies in the midst of a digital transformation, and their success hinges on the technological gains provided by a combination of 5G systems and OpenStack clouds based on NFV architectures. The Benefits of 5G Systems Modern communication systems have evolved significantly since the days of switchboards and long-distance calls,…
Trilio Content Team
February 7, 2019
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The Next Phase in the Evolution of Hybrid Cloud Data Protection: Backups That Actually Do Something for You

By and large, backups are an age-old, traditional IT function that haven’t evolved. This is likely because backups have long been perceived as a necessary evil for compliance or business continuity — and nothing more. By contrast, if mobile computing followed this same slow evolutionary trajectory, then we would still be using bulky backlit mobiles with unwieldy telephone keypads. This failure to evolve has grown problematic as new technologies take hold. The advent of cloud computing and enterprise…
Murali Balcha
January 28, 2019

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