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Kasten K10 in Action for Kubernetes Disaster Recovery

Comprehensive Disaster Recovery for Your Stateful Kubernetes Applications

Granular Restores
K10 allows you to restore the application components you want and where you want them. An application can be cloned into the same or into a new namespace. You can also decide to restore only an application subset such as the data volume. The flexible approach makes restoring simple and powerful by also allowing you to select the appropriate point of time copy of the application.

Off-site Application Protection

What Kasten K10 does
Use policy-driven automation to manage how backups are securely replicated to off-site storage. Achieve robust protection regardless of the compute or storage infrastructure that you are using.

Standby Clusters

What Kasten K10 does
Enable near-zero RTO for your Kubernetes workloads by automating complete application stack replication to a standby cluster. Allow for fast failover across cloud regions, cloud providers, or between on-premises and cloud infrastructure.

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Kasten K10 Key Features

Complete application protection

Automatically capture and safely protect remotely an entire application stack including resource definitions, configuration, and underlying data.

Reliable automated workflows

Enable DR for applications with robust scheduled and on-demand workflows and monitor execution.


Application-specific DR

When volume-level protection is not sufficient, extend your DR workflow with a Kanister blueprint to enable application-specific operations.

Automatic import and restore

Automatically import and restore application changes to a DR cluster when a new application export is generated.

Infrastructure portability

Enable DR to a different public or private cloud infrastructure with seamless data conversion as between infrastructure formats when needed.


Cost and performance optimizations

Take advantage of efficient operations that are specifically optimized for the underlying infrastructure including deduplication and transfer avoidance.