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Top 3 Multi-Cloud Kubernetes Backup Challenges

In the rapidly evolving digital landscape, organizations are increasingly relying on Kubernetes and cloud environments to drive agility, scalability, and innovation. However, this shift has introduced complex challenges in Kubernetes backup and disaster recovery, especially when managing resources across multi-cloud and on-premises environments.

Step by Step Migration Guide: AKS Clusters to Azure Linux Using CloudCasa

CloudCasa by Catalogic can be installed on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusters using Ubuntu and perform migrations to Azure Linux as the host operating system. The Azure Linux container host for AKS is a lightweight, secure, and reliable OS platform optimized for performance on Azure.

Autumn's Arrival: Unpacking CloudCasa's Innovative Feature Update

As the season shifts, we at CloudCasa are excited to share a fresh batch of updates with you. This autumn, we’re rolling out new features designed to bring more power and flexibility to your data protection strategy. From the convenience of our new Self-Hosted option to the seamless integration with Velero, our latest offerings are tailored to support enterprises in strengthening their data resilience.

Simplifying Government Data Protection for Kubernetes with CloudCasa

In the realm of government institutions in Brazil, regional electoral courts hold a pivotal role in ensuring the integrity of the electoral process. These institutions are mandated to safeguard their essential electoral data through off-site backup solutions. While Kubernetes’ efficiency and flexibility hold great promise for modernizing operations, government data protection challenges have deterred many regional electoral courts from embracing this technology.

How to Back up and Restore AWS Elastic Load Balancers for EKS Clusters

Load balancers are an integral component of any production environment. They allow the distribution of traffic across multiple available backend servers so that no single server becomes overwhelmed due to traffic. A load balancer can be configured for workloads running on AWS through the Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) service. At a high level, an ELB consists of 3 main components: AWS offers 3 different types of Elastic Load Balancers.