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Backup and Disaster Recovery for Next-Gen Applications

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CNCF Webinar: Next-gen Data Protection for Next-Gen Applications

December 2, 2020 | 10 AM PST | 1 PM EST

As more enterprises bring containerized, cloud-native applications into production, they are faced with the challenge of meeting data protection service levels for their production applications and data. Register now to learn some of the key survey results and the design considerations that have shaped the “data protection as code” architecture for cloud native data protection.

Zerto’s Vision for Next-Gen Applications

Zerto’s vision is to extend our enterprise-class VM and cloud platform to next generation applications. Next-gen, cloud-native applications typically include containerized, serverless, PaaS, or SaaS technologies.

As more enterprises move to a DevOps model, the reliance on microservices—typically running in containers—becomes a starting point. Zerto is focusing on continuous data protection for containerized applications with our industry-leading journaling technology.

With Kubernetes as the de facto container orchestration technology, Zerto’s first release will be for Kubernetes, whether running on-premises or in the cloud.

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Zerto Sets Its Sights on Kubernetes-based Stateful Apps

The proven Zerto platform is expanding to containerized environments with Zerto for Kubernetes(Z4K). Trusted analysts at 451 Research explain how Z4K supports stateful container applications with an intuitive platform and industry-leading disaster recovery.

“Our platform has fundamentally changed the way companies protect and backup data across their organizations. With the clear shift towards containerized application development in the market, we are looking to extend our platform to offer these applications the same level of resilience we have delivered to VM-based applications”

Gil Levonai, CMO and SVP Product, Zerto

Zerto for Kubernetes: Data Protection as Code

The blistering pace at which businesses are adopting cloud-native architectures means new information is always coming to light.

Zerto for Kubernetes introduces a new approach for next-gen application resilience with:

Next-Gen Application Resilience Components

Data Protection as Code

Purpose-built for Kubernetes, Zerto integrates both backup and disaster recovery into the application deployment lifecycle from day one while enabling rapid development

Continuous Replication

Always-on replication provides continuous protection for automated, non-disruptive recovery of persistent volumes within and between clusters, datacenters, or clouds.

Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

Native support for your Kubernetes environments, no matter where they’re running: on-premises or in the cloud, use Zerto to protect to, from, and between the platform of your choice with deep analytics across every multi-site and multi-cloud deployment.

Application Consistency

Protect, move, and recover complex applications as one consistent entity, including all associated Kubernetes objects and metadata, such as ConfigMaps, StatefulSets, Services, and Deployments.

Granular Restore

Unique journal provides tens of thousands of restore points to overcome the challenges of synchronous replication while providing more granularity than traditional, snapshot-based backup

Technology-agnostic

Zerto for Kubernetes is container-based, seamlessly integrates with your existing stack, and eliminates vendor lock-in by avoiding dependencies on any one storage provider or platform.

Simplicity

Integrated workflows simplify recovery and mobility. Easy management with powerful kubectl plug-in YAML-based config, native Kubernetes tooling, and simple APIs to reduce the initial learning curve and ongoing administrative complexity.

One Platform

Single, simple, scalable Platform for disaster recovery, data protection, and cloud mobility.

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Why Zerto for Kubernetes

Continuous data protection, disaster recovery, and mobility for Kubernetes applications utilizing persistent data, running on-premises or in the cloud.

Unifying DevOps and IT infrastructure teams to accelerate development of highly resilient Kubernetes applications.

Maximizing your Kubernetes investment and fully leverage all the benefits of containerized applications, including portability, flexibility, and agility.

Reducing complexity and cost of multiple point solutions by adopting a simple converged platform for data protection, disaster recovery, and mobility of VMs and containers across private, public, and hybrid cloud.

Zerto for Kubernetes

Watch “Zerto for Kubernetes Technical Preview” and learn more about disaster recovery and data protection for containerized applications—including Zerto’s vision for data protection as code.

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Two Ways to Try Zerto for Kubernetes Beta

Zerto for Kubernetes Beta Hands-on Lab

Get an early technical preview of Zerto for Kubernetes in a hands-on lab and see how we’re introducing a new approach for next-gen application backup and disaster recovery.

  1. Request access to the labs if you’re not already a Zerto customer or partner
  2. Create a free myZerto account
  3. Register in the Z4K Portal using single sign-on with your myZerto login
  4. Deploy the Zerto for Kubernetes Beta lab from myZerto

Be One of the First to Try Zerto for Kubernetes in your Own Environment

Interested in trying out Zerto for Kubernetes in your own environment before general availability? Submit your application to the beta program. (Customer access only)

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Zerto for Kubernetes beta is currently available for Azure Kubernetes Service, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service, Google Kubernetes Engine, and RedHat Open Shift. Not ready to try on your own infrastructure just yet? Deploy a hands-on lab to give it a spin first!

Zerto is a member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation