The OpenStack Backup and Recovery Service
Enterprise-Grade OpenStack Virtual Machine Instance and Data Protection
OpenStack Backup and Recovery with Trilio for OpenStack
Trilio (formerly Raksha) has been the OpenStack Virtual Machine and Cinder Volume backup and recovery service since 2013, and it is added and deployed like any other OpenStack service such as Nova and Neutron. OpenStack users will use and consume Trilio just like any OpenStack service – either through the OpenStack Dashboard, OpenStack Command Line or RESTful API.
Supported OpenStack Distributions
Trilio is natively installed and managed alongside other OpenStack services using the distribution’s deployment process.
Restoring Virtual Machines with Trilio One-Click Restore
Trilio provides many features for users and administrators to recover OpenStack Virtual Machines and Cinder Volumes. In this video we show you the simplicity of restoring Virtual Machines and all of their associated Cinder Volumes, Network information and Metadata with a one click restore.
Designed exclusively for OpenStack
OpenStack Backup and Recovery Use Cases
Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in a Trilio Backup? What are the different ways I can restore those Virtual Machine
Trilio performs application-centric backups, meaning Trilio includes everything which is required to be able to recover your entire application
Trilio collects the following during a backup:
- Complete Disk Volumes (Boot and Cinder) at the Block Storage Level
- Complete Network Topology (including Subnets, Networks, Ports and capture MAC address)
- Storage Volumes from Cinder, or directly from Ceph for very efficient backups
- Cinder Volume Configuration, Cinder Types, Metadata
- Security Groups and Keys
- VMs (Single or Multiple VMs)
- VM Metadata & Flavors (Size of VMs)
- Boot Image and overlays
There are a multiple options to recover your workloads.
- Operational Recovery (on the fly)
- Disaster Recovery
- New Availability Zone
- New Clouds
- Files/Folder-Level Restore
In general it is up to your Role-Based-Access-Control policy who gets the permission to recover workloads and applications.
Common Roles are for instance:
- Cloud Administrators
- Backup Administrators
- Tenants / Project User