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Storage and Data Management Platform for Kubernetes Trusted by the Global 2000

This webinar from GigaOm Research brings together experts in disaster recovery, featuring GigaOm analyst David Linthicum and special guest Michael Ferranti, VP of Product Marketing, Portworx. The discussion will focus on the advanced use of disaster recovery services in the world of Kubernetes, and why special attention, and focus, is needed to truly address this problem.

The world of disaster recovery means traditional ways to both backup and recover systems, and system data. However, the use of modern architectures that are changing the game often find that core issues such as backup and recovery are not adequately solved.

In this webinar we first provide a framework of understanding in how we can define requirements, or level of disaster recovery needs for those leveraging container and Kubernetes; and then we provide a path to a disaster recovery solution, which is custom fit for your specific needs, matched with the right enabling technology to make your Kubernetes stack enterprise ready.

In this webinar, you will discover: 
  • How to understand your own requirements using a predefined framework
  • Evaluating needs as per reference levels
  • How to create a path to disaster recovery that works the first time
  • Core enabling technology that provide enterprise ready disaster recovery for Kubernetes stacks

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On-Demand Webinar

Advanced Use of Disaster Recovery Services in the World of Kubernetes


Michael Ferranti

VP of Product Marketing


David Linthicum


GigaOm Research