CloudCasa

Woodcliff Lake, NJ, USA
2020
  |  By Martin Phan
CloudCasa, the software-as-a-service solution for backup and recovery of Kubernetes and cloud native database workloads, has come a long way since its early days.
  |  By Bob Adair
Happy New Year! Close on the heels of our December update, we are back again with our first major release of 2024. It packs quite a few improvements in user experience as well as a major change to our service plans. Read on for more details.
  |  By Bob Adair
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.
  |  By Bob Adair
As autumn leaves start to fall, bringing a crispness to the air, it’s time for another exciting update from CloudCasa. We’re thrilled to unveil a range of features that are sure to enhance your CloudCasa experience!
  |  By Brian Sietsma
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.
  |  By MD Islam
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.
  |  By David Zaninovic
Velero is the most popular tool for backing up and restoring Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes. However, there may be situations where you need to restore Velero backup data without using Velero itself. For example, if Velero is not installed and configured correctly, or if more fine-grained restore control is required. In this post, we will explore how to do this when either Restic or Kopia was used by Velero to store the persistent volume (PV) data.
  |  By Bob Adair
It’s been about three months since the last CloudCasa feature release in April, and we are now approaching the Dog Days of summer. These, as you may know, are named for the heliacal rising of Sirius, the Dog Star, in this sultry season, though the term more often conjures images of dogs lazing in the hot summer sun. We have been doing no summer lazing here at CloudCasa, though! Since our April release, we have focused much of our development effort on performance and reliability improvements.
  |  By Nitish Sharma
Velero is an open-source backup and recovery tool designed specifically for Kubernetes clusters. It provides a straightforward way to protect your Kubernetes resources, including persistent volumes, namespaces, and custom resources, by taking backups and restoring them in case of data loss or disaster recovery scenarios. In this blog you will learn the different use cases for Velero and the two ways to install Velero, using the Velero CLI and using a Helm chart.
  |  By Komal Nerurkar
Open source Velero is a popular choice amongst Kubernetes community for backup of their application. Along with scheduling regular backups for your Kubernetes clusters, monitoring Velero and getting automated alerts for failed Velero backups is also important. When your most important backup fails, you want to know about it immediately and make sure your application notifies you.
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Think about it, you need SaaS or Self-hosted version, and you can sign up and test here:
https://cloudcasa.io/kubernetes-backup/

  |  By CloudCasa

To learn more about Multi-Cluster Manager for Velero, you can visit
https://cloudcasa.io/solutions/velero-backup/

  |  By CloudCasa
Velero supports multiple types of backups including backups of resource specs, PV snapshots, backups of live PV data, and backups of PV snapshots. In this webinar, we will explain each of these methods in more detail and describe when each is appropriate and why you should pick one over another. The topic of which backup method to use elicits a lot of questions in the Velero forums and among our own user base, and we intend for this webinar to help clarify the matter.
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Interested in learning how to efficiently backup, restore and migrate Kubernetes clusters with Velero? What if you could centrally.
  |  By CloudCasa
This video includes the new Velero SDMB (Snapshot Data Mover Backup) and its comparison with FSB.
  |  By CloudCasa
Unlike other cloud providers that offer their own closed source backup services, AWS EKS simply recommends using open source tool, Velero. However, as one of the first companies to fully integrate with AWS EKS, CloudCasa saw a gap in the market, enabling users to still leverage the power of open source with Velero while offering a SaaS management solution for enterprises that aimed to simplify the backup process.
  |  By CloudCasa
This is the first of our series on Velero – the open source Kubernetes backup and recovery tool. While it’s powerful and flexible, the initial setup can be daunting to a beginner. Persistent Volumes also require CSI configuration, which varies from provider to provider. In this webinar, we will present all the information you need to get started with Velero. We will walk through the following configuration accompanied by a live demonstration.
  |  By CloudCasa
With Kubernetes, companies have the ability to spin up applications with the click of a button or a declarative one-line command statement. As they spin up the services, they are hosting them within clusters, but they do not really want to deploy multiple clusters for each application or service that they’re looking to host within their website or within their application.
  |  By CloudCasa
When you need to do a restore, you may not be having a good day and you are likely to be in a hurry. The CloudCasa team has your back! We've put together this quick restore guide to help make the process as easy for you as possible.
  |  By CloudCasa
When you need to do a restore, you may not be having a good day and you are likely to be in a hurry. The CloudCasa team has your back! We've put together this quick restore guide to help make the process as easy for you as possible.

CloudCasa delivers data protection and disaster recovery for Kubernetes and cloud databases. CloudCasa is a simple, scalable, cloud-native platform built for DevOps for protecting Kubernetes and cloud native data.

Backup and Restore your Kubernetes clusters and data, along with your cloud databases!

With CloudCasa, you don’t need to be cloud, storage or data protection experts.

  • Cloud Backup Service: No new infrastructure needed.
  • Encrypted and Secure Data: Security is built into every step of the service.
  • Simple and Easy to Use: Set it and forget it - we do the work for you.

The Smart Home for Cloud Data Backup.