TrilioVault Validated for Suse OpenStack Cloud

Data protection solution native to OpenStack
This is a Press Release edited by on 2017.05.19

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Trilio Data, Inc., provider of backup and recovery solution native to OpenStack, announced that TrilioVault is validated for the SUSE OpenStack Cloud.

Organizations who rely on SUSE for their OpenStack deployments are assured that, with TrilioVault, tenants will enjoy ease of use, greater resiliency, and operational efficiencies.

"With increasingly complex and critical IT environments, companies need to fully protect their businesses, and at the same time have access to easier, faster, and more reliable recovery options," said David Safaii, CEO, Trilio. "By becoming validated for SUSE OpenStack Cloud, Trilio has opened the door to help even more businesses protect their critical applications and data, enabling them to recover as quickly as possible with minimal negative impact, should disaster strike."

TrilioVault is ready certified for SUSE OpenStack Cloud. It has been tested against the latest SUSE OpenStack Cloud release and is supported to work in that environment.

Company's software is non-disruptive upon install, runs on standard x86 servers, and is managed through either its own web-based dashboard, OpenStack Horizon, or REST APIs.

TrilioVault is scalable to manage tens of thousands of VMs and can leverage 3rd party arrays and de-duplication engines for storage.

SUSE OpenStack Cloud delivers Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) for data centers, with access to automated pools of IT resources to run applications, giving businesses flexibility to respond to new demands. It eases OpenStack installation by delivering a structured installation process that maintains the enterprise's flexibility to address their requirements.

"Organizations need flexibility to respond quickly and easily to new demands. SUSE OpenStack Cloud was designed to provide the ideal platform for increased innovation, while helping businesses to control and reduce costs," said Frank Rego, ISV partner program director, SUSE. "TrilioVault extends upon the SUSE value proposition, enabling businesses to easily and effectively protect their applications and data."

Trilio Data Partners and Partner Program
Trilio Data has established partnership agreements with vendors and service providers in the OpenStack community, including Blue Box (acquired by IBM), Datastax, Mirantis, mongoDB, NetApp, OnX Enterprise Solutions, Oracle, Red Hat, SwiftStack, SUSE, Talligent, VMware and ZeroStack.