Kasten K10 delivers data mobility, protection, and ransomware resilience to support Red Hat OpenShift on AWS (ROSA), creating a simple and secure on-ramp to cloud migration.
The Challenge of Cloud Sprawl
As organizations accelerate their cloud native technology adoption and hybrid cloud architectures, they are increasingly leveraging public cloud offerings. The logic, of course, is that this will augment their on-premises infrastructure to help keep pace with the growing demands of developers, customers, and business objectives.
The challenge is, as more technologies are adopted across different providers and technology stacks, achieving consistent management, oversight, and security of these hybrid solutions becomes increasingly difficult. In light of the ever-increasing number of ransomware attacks, organizations can’t afford to be caught on their heels.
With Kasten by Veeam and Red Hat OpenShift on AWS (ROSA), organizations can leverage a turnkey solution without sacrificing operational agility or security. Kubernetes infrastructure can be provisioned, managed, and protected in a matter of minutes rather than weeks, allowing DevOps Platform Engineers to keep pace with the speed of developers. Administrators can simply enable Red Hat OpenShift Service through their organization’s AWS account, deploy a cluster via the ROSA CLI, and deploy the Kasten K10 OpenShift Operator from within the OpenShift web console.
Upon deployment, Kasten capabilities for ROSA include OpenShift OAuth integration, multicluster management, protection policy automation, disaster recovery, and workload mobility. This allows DevOps Engineers to deploy, distribute, manage, and protect cloud native applications across the public and private cloud using a unified set of tools and management interfaces that minimize administrative overhead and accelerate return on investment.
Sound Too Good to Be True?
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The Value of Kasten K10 for ROSA
Through an integrated approach, AWS, Red Hat, and Kasten by Veeam provide an end-to-end solution with flexible options. Organizations can hone their deployment to their resource needs and quickly spin up or spin down resources.
The fundamentals for Kubernetes data protection apply regardless of the compute environment, and the Kasten partnership with both Red Hat and AWS makes for a seamless deployment that provides simple, reliable, and supported protection for cloud-native applications everywhere.
Kasten by Veeam is Kubernetes-native
Automate data protection through Kasten Policies
Move workloads to or from ROSA clusters with Kasten export/import features
Integrated support of AWS Storage
EBS – primary / cluster storage
S3 – secondary / off-site
Flexible Subscription models available within the AWS Marketplace
Term and Pay-as-you-go Licensing
Billing per hour, per K8s worker node maximizes scalability
Support for AWS Discount Programs (EDP, PPTS, etc)
Simplified Deployment with the Red Hat Operator
OpenShift Authentication for single pane of glass of management and RBAC
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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