Welcome to Trilio for OpenStack
Trilio Data, Inc. is the leader in providing backup and recovery solutions for cloud-native applications. Established in 2013, its flagship products, Trilio for OpenStack(T4O) and Trilio for Kubernetes(T4K) are used by a wide number of large corporations around the world.
T4O, by Trilio Data, is a native OpenStack service-based solution that provides policy-based comprehensive backup and recovery for OpenStack workloads. It captures point-in-time workloads (Application, OS, Compute, Network, Configurations, Data, and Metadata of an environment) as full or incremental snapshots. These snapshots can be held in a variety of storage environments including NFS, AWS S3, and other S3-compatible storages. With Trilio and its one-click recovery, organizations can improve Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO). With Trilio, IT departments are enabled to fully deploy OpenStack solutions and provide business assurance through enhanced data retention, protection, and integrity.
With the use of Trilio’s VAST (Virtual Snapshot Technology), Enterprise IT and Cloud Service Providers can now deploy backup and disaster recovery as a service to prevent data loss or data corruption through point-in-time snapshots and seamless one-click recovery. Trilio takes point-in-time backup of the entire workload consisting of compute resources, network configurations, and storage data as one unit. It also takes incremental backups that capture only the changes that were made since the last backup. Incremental snapshots save a considerable amount of storage space as the backup only includes changes since the last backup. The benefits of using VAST for backup and restore could be summarized below:
This documentation serves as the end-user technical resource to accompany Trilio for OpenStack. You will learn about the architecture, installation, and vast number of operations of this product. The intended audience is anyone who wants to understand the value, operations, and nuances of protecting their cloud-native applications with Trilio for OpenStack.