Containers - Zerto


Zerto Innovates with Mobility and Resilience to New Platforms and Full Protection of Kubernetes Components

October 13, 2021

Earlier this year, Zerto established its leadership in the Kubernetes data protection space with the release of Zerto for Kubernetes, bringing continuous data protection for backup and disaster recovery (DR) to a native Kubernetes (K8s) experience.   IT pros and organizations are starting to realize the importance of protecting their Kubernetes applications. Containers and cloud-native workloads are not immune from disruptive events and data loss. This […]

Cloud Backup in Azure with Zerto for Kubernetes

August 26, 2021

We hear from a lot of customers looking to use the public cloud as targets for cloud backup. If it’s a priority in the VM world, it’s even more of a requirement for Kubernetes: when running clusters in Azure Kubernetes Service or Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service, it’s natural to want to archive copies in long-term […]

Application Consistency in Kubernetes

June 15, 2021

Gone are the days that a backup of a virtual machine is enough for backing up an entire application. Applications, especially modern, cloud-native applications, span across virtual machines, containers and cloud services. Backing up any one of those individual components is not enough to capture the entire application’s state. Instead, we need to capture all […]

Architecting Applications for Kubernetes

March 1, 2021

Container-based applications are designed with different assumptions about the underlying infrastructure. In this post, we will dive into architecting applications for Kubernetes-environments. Portability Makes the Most of All Clouds The design approach for container-based applications is vastly different than architecting virtual-machine-based applications. In the latter, the goal is to prevent failure, not accommodate it. Container-based […]

451 Research Gives Insight on Zerto for Kubernetes

November 23, 2020

451 Research calls Zerto a data protection veteran and reviews their beta offering and leadership in backup and recovery for containerized applications. The growth rate of containerized applications has been astounding. Industry analysts at Red Hat Global predict increases in container usage by 89% over the next two years. In fact, according to 451 Research’s […]

The CIOs Guide to Preparing for Containers

November 19, 2020

There’s no way around it: containers have become the preferred way to run workloads in the enterprise, and container platforms like Kubernetes are quickly becoming the standard for running applications. No wonder that the majority of IT teams embrace containers for running production workloads. The advantages of doing so are clear, but the road to […]

2 Ways to Experience Zerto for Kubernetes Now

November 17, 2020

Discover Zerto’s solution to protect next-gen containerized applications Did you know that, right now, more than two-thirds of all IT professionals have containerized applications in use? In a recent study, industry analyst ESG found that more than 67% of their survey respondents confirmed they were already in production with these environments, with the remaining respondents […]

ESG Survey Reveals Key Elements for Container Data Protection

September 17, 2020

Container Data protection The adoption of containers in enterprises is in full swing, and container platforms like Kubernetes are quickly becoming the standard for deploying applications to production. In a recent study on container data protection by ESG, 67% of respondents said they’re running containers for production applications with the remaining 33% planning to do […]

How to Choose Between VMs, Containers, and Serverless

September 9, 2020

Why choose? Let’s start with the why. Why do we need to choose? Why does this choice even exist? As technologies evolve, they tend to commoditize at the bottom of a stack. For instance, physical services and hypervisors have predominantly commoditized, meaning they look alike, the technology is mature, and the pace of innovation slowed […]

Stateful vs. Stateless

June 24, 2020

In our previous blog post, we introduced containers, how they worked, and why so many applications are being moved to containers. And while we did gloss over the most fundamental difference between virtual machines and containers—state—we did not dive into all of its ramifications. Stateful vs. Stateless Containers are stateless, which means changes made to […]