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Red Hat OpenStack Backup and Recovery

Trilio for Red Hat OpenStack is one of the factors that has enabled us to become  a Tier 1 partner of Red Hat and is fully integrated into Red Hat OpenStack Platform

100% Native Red Hat OpenStack Protection

Protect and Restore Virtual Machines with Trilio One-Click Restore

Watch the video to see 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 Red Hat OpenStack

Multi-Tenant

Role-based access for secured zones within your cloud

Agentless

A Trilio data mover runs behind the scenes as part of the Nova compute node

Non-Disruptive

Full and Incremental snapshot capture of entire workloads

OpenStack Integrated

Fully integrated as a service in OpenStack, documented RESTful API and native OpenStack CLI

Self-Service

Backup & restore workloads via the OpenStack Dashboard or OpenStack Command Line

Scalable

Linear scale with zero degradation

Configurable Recovery

Select components of your build to recover

Trilio is a Tier 1 Partner of Red Hat

Trilio has been providing enterprise protection for Red Hat OpenStack Platform since RHOSP10. With RHOSP18 around the corner, trust the backup solution designed for OpenStack.

With Trilio and Red Hat, you receive Enterprise class, backup-as-a-service whether you are a small business, telco operator or managed service provider.

Frequently Asked Questions

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
  • Test/Dev
  • New Availability Zone
  • New Clouds
  • Files/Folder-Level Restore
 
Metadata, such as changing Cinder Volume Types, changing networks, recover complete Network Topology and resizing VMs are all supported by Trilio

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

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OpenStack Backup and Recovery Use Cases

OpenStack Backup and Recovery

Recover any OpenStack application quickly in the event of data loss or misconfiguration. Trilio enables easy restoration of entire workloads that reflect the clouds last best-known state. Such as One-Click-Restore to entire project recovery on different clusters.

Migration

A tenant or administrator can capture an application and its data and non-disruptively migrate that exact point-in-time to another OpenStack cloud. The need to migrate OpenStack workloads can be driven by economics, security or test/dev.

Disaster Recovery

Recover any OpenStack application quickly in the event of a disaster. Trilio enables easy restoration of entire workloads that reflect the clouds last best-known state. Trilio makes OpenStack disaster recovery easy.

Network Functions Virtualization backup and recovery (NFV)

Business critical services like NFV can quickly be configured to any state, assuring the optimal quality of service. Trilio provides recovery from data damage and allows restoration of entire VNFs, selected VNFs, or individual data items using a point-in-time working copy. The platform also allows recovery from a disaster by restoring the OpenStack network topology and populating it with a working copy of the entire NFV.