Kasten by Veeam is excited to announce support for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE). With Oracle’s recent release of their updated CSI Volume Plugin, which now supports Volume Snapshot capabilities, Kasten K10 by Veeam can backup, move, and restore workloads in a crash-consistent manner to OKE.
You can learn more about Kasten K10 and why cloud native backup and recovery is the best way to protect your Kubernetes data and application workloads by reading our white paper, “5 Kubernetes Backup Best Practices.”
Installing Kasten K10 on Oracle Kubernetes Engine is straightforward:
Step 1: Deploy an OKE cluster with the following configuration:
v1.2x and above
US East (Ashburn)
Shape and Image
Amount of Memory (GB)
Oracle Linux 8
Once deployed, you can connect to the OKE cluster by updating your local kubeconfig or leverage Oracle’s Cloud Shell.
Step 2: Configure OCI Block Volume as the default storage class:
Matt brings over 15 years of experience to his role as Principal Solutions Architect at Kasten. He has a background in cloud computing, DevSecOps, and IT infrastructure, including cloud infrastructure, virtualization, infrastructure-as-code (IaC), and web application development. Matt is passionate about learning, leveraging, and building open-source technology software projects both at work and in his free time.
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