Kasten has announced the integration of the K10 data management platform with VMware vSphere and Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Service.

Kasten K10 offers an enterprise-ready solution for managing data across multiple Kubernetes distributions on vSphere 6.7 U3 (and higher), as well as VMware Cloud Foundation VCF 4.x.

K10 provides users with backup consistency options including crash-consistent, logical database dumps, and coordinated log and replica capture.

It also supports multi-layered application capture that integrates with extensible blueprints for NoSQL/Relational modern databases like MongoDB, Redis, and others to give users the freedom of choice across physical infrastructure and Kubernetes environments.

As a VMware design partner, Kasten will deliver a scalable and secure system for backup/restore, disaster recovery, and mobility of modern Kubernetes applications for VMware users.

Kasten said that it has worked closely with VMware to tightly integrate its Kubernetes-native data management capabilities with VMware’s Cloud Native Storage (CNS) constructs and First Class Disks (FCDs). The idea was to optimize backups with capabilities such as Change Block Tracking (CBT).

Kasten will be joining VMware in a joint presentation at VMworld 2020, held virtually September 29 – October 1.

The session Data Management for Kubernetes and Modern Applications on VMware will provide guidance for enterprises looking to improve their data management approach as they rapidly adopt containerized applications.

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