Expert Article

The Cloud Computing Trends We See for OpenStack in 2018

With each new roundup of cloud computing trends, it's become increasingly clear that 2018 will be THE year of OpenStack. Why? Well, the OpenStack community has strengthened, the complexities of adopting the platform have been reduced, and more enterprises are attracted by the flexibility, cost savings, and customization capabilities. Organizations that are coping with cost containment and swelling customer demands are actively evaluating new cloud computing trends and strategies that will help them stay competitive. Cloud-based…
Trilio Content Team
March 19, 2018
Press Release

Trilio Data Predicts 2018 Will be the Year of the Hybrid Cloud

Implementation of EU’s General Data Protection Regulations and Accelerated Adoption of OpenStack in U.S. Among Top Trends for the New Year BOSTON -  December 21, 2017 –  With 2018 fast approaching, Trilio Data, the first and only comprehensive data protection, backup and recovery solution native to OpenStack, is sharing predictions on what lies ahead. 2018 Will be the Year of the Hybrid Cloud Enterprises are increasingly adopting the cloud for data management and the hybrid…
Trilio Content Team
December 22, 2017
Blog

Happy 7th Birthday OpenStack! You’ve Exited the Trough and Entered Slope of Enlightenment…

OpenStack recently celebrated it’s seventh birthday party in Santa Clara (check out videos here). It was a high energy event with lots of technical tracks, and complete with cupcakes. Who doesn’t love a good party? Seven is a great year for children as they can go on long bike rides, read books cover to cover, diets expand beyond chicken nuggets, and you don’t even need a car seat. OpenStack development is similar; performance and integration…
Tom Lahive
August 1, 2017
Video

TrilioVault for the Hybrid Cloud

For years, companies have faced the difficult choice of managing their data storage, backup, and recovery programs either on premises or through exclusively cloud-based solutions. Both options have both technological and economic strengths and challenges. But companies today no longer have to make that choice. They can leverage both options, together in tandem. The hybrid cloud gives CIOs/CTOs the ability to take a balanced approach, placing higher priority backups on premise, with the remaining datasets…