Trilio has just announced the availability of its TrilioVault for IBM customers and partners. TrilioVault is an application-centric data protection platform for Kubernetes developed in collaboration with IBM by Trilio, one of the leading data protection providers for native-cloud environments. This comes across as another major development for hybrid cloud environments as hybrid cloud users can ensure better protection for their data with TrilioVault together with IBM Cloud Pak for Data.
TrilioVault also comes with the capability of integrations with IBM Cloud Pak for Data System, IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management, and IBM Cloud Pak for Applications. The value brought by TrilioVault to IBM solutions is enabling restoration for the entire application on a cloud-native platform. This is aimed at helping customers build a robust infrastructure and meeting SLAs across private, public, or even multi-cloud environments.
IBM and Trilio have come together to develop a cloud-native solution to help enterprises in collection, organization, and analysis of data. The solution makes this possible by providing a fully integrated data ingestion and AI platform. Trilio has also made sure that TrilioVault is interoperable, secure, and resilient.
Here’s what Madhu Kochar, vice president of offering management at IBM Data and AI, said about TrilioVault, “Cloud Pak for Data is strengthened by the support of a robust ecosystem of partners like Trilio, who bring great technologies and capabilities to the platform.” She further stated, “the company’s enterprise-grade backup and recovery of containers running on OpenShift aligns incredibly well with our hybrid multi-cloud platform. And its availability through the new Red Hat Marketplace makes this solution even more accessible.”
Since Trilio is a part of IBM’s hybrid cloud ecosystem, TrilioVault is also a part of the Red Hat OpenShift project and will be available via the Red Hat Marketplace as well. Thomas Lahive, vice president of alliances and strategic accounts at Trilio, said, “IBM customers and business partners demand solutions that are easily accessed through existing channels.” He further added, “when IBM and Red Hat customers need data protection, point-in-time recovery and application mobility for cloud-native environments, they can select and deploy Trilio.”
Just like all the other applications present on the Red Hat Marketplace, TrilioVault is not limited to just IBM cloud, and can work in any cloud environment. As far as availability is concerned, other than Red Hat Marketplace, users can also purchase TrilioVault as a part of IBM Cloud Paks directly from IBM. Carlos Marques, the Lead Enterprise Architect at Mainline Information Systems, said “TrilioVault for Kubernetes gives our customers a proven and certified option for deploying data protection capabilities for Red Hat OpenShift-based environments, out of the box.
He further added, “availability in the IBM and RedHat Marketplaces makes the solution easy to evaluate, and inclusion in IBM Cloud Pak for Data simplifies the process of deployment for our customers.”