In Kubernetes Backup & Recovery For Dummies, a free Kasten by Veeam special edition, author Steve Kaelble explores these challenges and explains why a cloud-native backup solution is the best choice for protecting data and applications in Kubernetes environments. The book covers the origin of Kubernetes and provides actionable steps for protecting data and applications in the evolving Kubernetes ecosystem.
For many developers, Kubernetes is a new and complex environment. If you’re just getting started with Kubernetes — or even if you’ve been using it for a while — you’re probably discovering that backing up applications in Kubernetes has some unique challenges.
While a short summary can’t substitute for reading this helpful guide in its entirety, here are 10 key takeaways that might pique your interest:
Download Kubernetes Backup & Recovery For Dummies, a Kasten by Veeam special edition, in full here, to read about each of these key takeaways in detail. And to learn more about Kasten K10, Kasten’s cloud-native backup and recovery solution for Kubernetes, read about the solution’s key capabilities — or try it for free.
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