by Michael Rink

TrilioVault Achieves Red Hat’s Container Certification

Today, Trilio announced that their TrilioVault data protection software has achieved Red Hat’s Container Certification. Trilio is in the process of adding support for Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes, and has reached the technical preview stage. In this case, technical preview means that Trilio will be offering demos and briefings as requested. TrilioVault is a cloud-centric backup and recovery tool. Trilio was founded in 2013 and provides data protection software.

While TrilioVault is a well-established software solution, we haven’t previously covered it in depth so it is worth briefly reviewing what it is. The core TrilioVault technology is an agentless, software-only model that is self-service for multi-tenant environments that support high degrees of scale. It uses an open and incremental point-in-time backup scheme, and the company boasts it can support any storage target.

TrilioVault already supports Red Hat OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization environments, but the Red Hat Container Certification of TrillioVault is the company’s first step into the cloud-native space. Trilio is hoping to build on this first step to add support next year for additional container application and infrastructure environments.


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