Protecting and Migrating Red Hat OpenShift Container-Based Applications


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Sponsored by RED HAT and TRILIO



Red Hat OpenShift enables enterprises to develop, deliver and manage applications more efficiently than ever before. Kubernetes applications deployed on hybrid cloud infrastructure have quickly become critical, driving new requirements for application resiliency, including migration and disaster recovery (DR) capabilities for enterprise operations.

Join us for this webinar and demo to learn how to:

  • Protect both application data and metadata using a cloud-native data protection platform
  • Run container-based applications, provision storage and protect and manage them all through the OpenShift console
  • Manage OCP backup and restore operations as well as OCP-to-OCP migrations to avert an unplanned disaster

Save your spot today and discover how the combination of TrilioVault for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift provides robust data protection for container-based applications both on-premises and in the cloud.

Ben Morrison
Solutions Architect - Trilio
Ben Morrison is a Solutions Architect with Trilio based out of San Francisco. With 3+ years of experience in Kubernetes, he is responsible for customer and partner engagement supporting the company’s go-to-market efforts in the cloud-native community.

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