Expert Article

Don’t Bother with Anything but Cloud Native Backup Solutions for OpenStack

If you're using any sort of cloud infrastructure, it's absolutely imperative that you employ cloud native backup to help support and extend your cloud. I know, I know–you've already got dozens of vendors set up with seemingly compelling Band-Aids for your latest crop of problems, but I promise you: you don't want the Band-Aid. Here's why. You'd like to think your cloud is considered safe, but data loss happens. It happens a lot: hardware malfunctioned during a firmware…
Murali Balcha
April 3, 2018
Why OpenStack is booming Blog

Why OpenStack is Taking Off in the Enterprise

Companies investigating whether to make a shift to private cloud often wonder why OpenStack is increasingly mentioned as a strong alternative to remote-only options like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Engine, and Microsoft Azure – and whether it's matured enough to be a viable option as an enterprise cloud. While there are many hurdles for companies making "the switch," OpenStack has grown and matured in the past eight years to offer a solid, customizable, and risk-reducing platform…
Trilio Content Team
March 2, 2018
Big Data & Disaster Recovery Expert Article

Big Data & Disaster Recovery: What’s Your Plan B?

We can all agree that big data – or really, just data – are the crown jewels of your organization. But what are you doing to preserve, protect and defend your data? Have you developed a big data disaster recovery plan? Regardless of how you're deploying big data – public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud – you'd be remiss if you have a half-baked disaster recovery (“DR”) strategy. While many public cloud services are cost-effective,…
David Safaii
January 20, 2015
OpenStack Backup and Recovery Requirements Expert Article

OpenStack Backup and Recovery

You don’t think much about OpenStack backup and recovery when it comes to cloud. After all, you build your applications on ephemeral storage and compute. These resources are not expected to persist across reboots and power cycles and your application is built against these failures. You create your workloads on-the-fly from the persistent store such as object store, perform your computation, and save the results back to persistent store. Life is beautiful. Unfortunately, only a…
Murali Balcha
May 8, 2014