Trilio has come up with the technical preview of TrilioVault for Kubernetes. The company has also announced that TrilioVault has achieved Red Hat’s Container Certification.
The Red Hat Container Certification of TrilioVault is the company’s first step into the cloud-native space. The company’s goal is the delivery of a single, tightly integrated platform that supports application deployment velocity across the spectrum of public and private infrastructure environments that play a critical role in the multicloud strategies of both enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs).
The core Trilio technology is an agentless, software-only model that is self-service for multi-tenant environments that support high degrees of scale. TrilioVault, with its open and forever-incremental point-in-time backup schemas, is said to support any storage target, making it ideal for cloud-native environments where applications are built on Kubernetes.
The technical preview allows existing TrilioVault customers and partners as well as interested users an opportunity to learn more and view a demo of TrilioVault. The company has planned support for additional container application and infrastructure environments in the next year.