Cloud Field Day Recap and Kasten Session Breakdown #CFD11

Cloud Field Day 11 was held a couple weeks back…and while this time around I was not presenting, I still wanted to give a round up of the event from a Kasten by Veeam point of view. We are moving closer to in-person events again, but for the moment we are still limited to virtual sessions and there is a formula to keeping people engaged this far into the virtual covid world. For the most, that formula involved great speakers presenting on great topics that resonate… and at the moment there is no better example of that then Kubernetes and the backing up of modern application platforms. Kasten had the floor for two hours and the team presented around the WHY of Kubernetes backup and how Kasten fits into things, as well as some great insights and demos into real world application of what Kasten K10 offers around data protection and DR.

The following was presented as part of Cloud Field Day 11 on June 25, 2021. Watch the entire presentation at here or visit https://TechFieldDay.com/event/cfd11/ or https://www.Kasten.io for more information.

Kasten by Veeam Recap:

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Part 1 was Michael Cade, presenting the “state of the state” for Kasten K10 by Veeam. Kasten K10 is purpose-built for Kubernetes and provides enterprise operations teams an easy-to-use, scalable, and secure systems for backup/recovery, disaster recovery, and mobility of Kubernetes applications. Michael then demonstrates Kasten K10 defeating ransomware using Amazon AWS S3 object storage. Finally, he discusses why Kasten by Veeam is the number 1 Kubernetes backup product and discusses the product architecture.

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In Part 2, Tom Manville, presents the philosophy and technology behind cloud-native data protection for Kubernetes. Kasten K10 was designed to be simple, extensible, and cloud-native, supporting modern DevOps for seamless application transformation and portability. It supports native Kubernetes operators like Vault and provides cloud-native APIs to develop, test, and deploy data management. He then demonstrates data protection using APIs as well as Kasten CSI and Kanister.

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Part 3 sees Michael Courcy, demonstrating DR automation for Kubernetes using Kasten. In a Red Hat OpenShift container platform, Kasten K10 manages and protects data between multiple datacenter, increasing RTO, decreasing cost, and improving automation.

Senior Global Technologist, Product Strategy, Veeam Software
Anthony Spiteri is a Senior Global Technologist, vExpert, VCIX-NV and VCAP-DCV working in the Product Strategy team at Veeam. He currently focuses on Veeam’s Service Provider products and partners. Anthony previously held Architectural Lead roles at some of Australia’s leading Cloud Providers. He is responsible for generating content, evangelism, collecting product feedback, and presenting at events worldwide. He can be found blogging on https://anthonyspiteri.net or on Twitter @anthonyspiteri.

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