Expert Article

Cloud Storage is All You Need

Trilio is releasing a series of significant updates to TrilioVault this year, including cloud storage support and expanded platform support to include KVM-based infrastructure (including OpenStack-based private clouds and Red Hat Virtualization platforms). Tucked into the Version 3.0 release was support for S3-compatible storage as backup target. As a matter of fact, our support for S3-compatible cloud storage is ground-breaking, and is part of our larger multi-cloud vision. Here's why this is such a significant step.…
Murali Balcha
August 16, 2018
How TrilioVault Makes Legacy VM Backup Obsolete Expert Article

How TrilioVault Makes Legacy VM Backup Solutions Obsolete

Data loss happens. Hardware malfunctions during firmware updates, someone fat-fingers a configuration, your server room was dampened by a leaky pipe. The list goes on. No matter the reason, with a legacy VM backup solution, you’re risking losing your data forever. Legacy VM backup solutions for the old world of bare metal servers or purpose-optimized virtualized environments cannot keep up with the demands of OpenStack. By force-fitting an outdated approach onto a modern cloud, companies…
Trilio Content Team
August 7, 2018
TrilioVault 3.0 Announcement Blog

TrilioVault 3.0 is Now Available

Trilio has released TrilioVault 3.0, the first of several releases that significantly expand the capabilities of our OpenStack backup and recovery product. Version 3.0 includes some powerful new enhancements, including: Expanded backup target options, including Amazon Web Services S3 and Ceph S3 Protection of tenant networks and routers via expanded workload capture capabilities Deployment of TrilioVault with built-in high availability (HA) Expanded cloud lifecycle management support including Red Hat Director, seamless deployment on Mirantis MCP, and native Ansible…
Boaz Michaely
July 26, 2018
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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…
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Protect, Recover, Survive, and Thrive

Organizations have limited backup and recovery options for OpenStack outside of retrofitting traditional backup vendors' products with scripts, adding more storage, and manually reconstructing environments when there is a failure or an integrity issue. These approaches negatively impact manageability, environmental recoverability, and jeopardize corporate SLAs. Additionally, DevOps teams must quickly spin up point-in-time test clouds - similar to production environments - to test feature and version releases and ensure reliable software delivery. This requires manual…
News Feature

Trilio Data named to “10 Hot New Software Products for Enterprise IT” list by CRN

Trilio Data was recently named to CRN's "10 Hot New Software Products for Enterprise IT" list. Senior Technical Editor Kyle Alspach writes, "Along with a common goal of moving enterprises into the future, these products share an emphasis on the importance of software over hardware. Recurring themes include web scale IT, containers, hyper-convergence and, of course, cloud." Read the full article here.
Trilio Content Team
June 23, 2016
promising openstack solutions Expert Article

CIOReview’s 20 Most Promising OpenStack Solutions Providers

CIOReview Magazine recently published a list of 20 Most Promising OpenStack Solution Providers. And yes, Trilio was featured as one of the 20 most promising OpenStack solution providers. It’s clear the industry is on the cusp of widespread adoption of and reliance on OpenStack solutions. As the managing editor, Jeevan George, wrote in his letter from the editor for the issue, “The odds are heavily tilted in favor of OpenStack—deciphering the true merits of its…
David Safaii
December 15, 2015