Continuous Restore

Intelligent Recovery to significantly reduce RTO 

What is Continuous Restore

Trilio’s Continuous Restore capability enables migration and replication of stateful applications in seconds or minutes so that all Organizations can protect and use their data anywhere – regardless of what the application runs on or where the data is stored. 

This innovation enables data-driven organizations to access ‘Single-Source-of-Truth’ data from multiple heterogeneous clouds simultaneously, from any cloud or storage platform to another, providing near-instantaneous recovery times for your workloads.

Continuous Restore for

Disaster Recovery

Users can achieve availability objectives and recover from failures or cloud region outages in a matter of seconds or minutes rather than days or weeks. Using Continuous Restore, RTO will improve by over 80% versus traditional methods.

Data Curation from Edge Clouds

As distributed environments proliferate, massive amounts of data is being collected at the edge. This information from diverse architectures needs to be rapidly replicated and moved throughout distributed systems where it can be assimilated and centrally analyzed by any number of different applications.

Application Migrations

Continuous Restore allows IT teams to optimize performance and achieve better Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by choosing the infrastructure best suited to current needs. The Continuous Restore capability also enables organizations to unify their infrastructure, especially those that have grown quickly and adopted a variety of compute platforms and storage solutions to meet unique needs. Continuous Restore makes possible tremendously fast application mobility across infrastructure silos, making them silos no more.

Blue/Green Deployments

Developers can increase the velocity of CI/CD pipelines by staging data for multiple test/dev environments. These test/dev environments can be spun up in seconds with continuously replicated production data, thereby accelerating the push of validated changes into production. In fact, DevOps teams can use this capability to test their “restore” protocols on a more consistent basis to ensure that restore will work when needed.


Trilio’s Continuous Restore Is A Game Changer In A Distributed World


Trilio Announces General Availability of ‘Continuous Restore

TechTarget Post

Trilio Continuous Restore aimed at faster recovery time


Continuous Restore Demo

Blog Post

What is Disaster Recovery


Image for continous restore in action. It includes elements like MySQL, Postgrsql, Custom App, Private Cloud, Backup Repository, Application clusters for continous restore


  • Efficiently recover from disaster: Continuously backup your applications and their associated data no matter what they contain or where they’re located. When an outage occurs, your data is already protected and readily accessible, so recovery is quick and data loss is minimized.
  • Continuously stage data in multiple, heterogeneous clouds.
  • Bring applications online in seconds, no matter where you run them or store their data.
  • Dramatically improve RTO and other time metrics: Quickly restore your applications from any cloud, storage, or distribution to maximize uptime and achieve your business goals. In fact, Continuous Restore can improve your RTO by up to 80%.
  • Migrate, replicate, and restore data and metadata to any storage, cloud, or distribution.
  • Save time and money: Because you can easily migrate between environments, you can take full advantage of a heterogenous, distributed environment. Choose the providers that meet your needs, saving you time and money and increasing efficiency.
  • Improve your CI/CD pipeline: Easily spin up multiple environments to test your production data in, making sure it’s bug-free and customer-ready before you release it.
  • Unify your infrastructure: With so many computing platforms and storage solutions, you might be accidentally siloing your distributed environment. Continuous Restore helps you break down silos by allowing your applications and data to move between them.

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