Webinar

Reducing the risk of workload data loss during OpenStack upgrades

September 18, 2019, 6:00 p.m. UTC

Cloud upgrades can be painful. It’s tempting to delay these system changes and bypass updates in order to avoid interruptions in day-to-day operations. But as your software ages and become more susceptible to security risks over time, the need for a simple, reliable upgrade path grows more urgent. 

This webinar will walk through the Red Hat fast forward upgrade process and introduce TrilioVault, which provides data protection for complete OpenStack workloads. 

Join us to learn:

  • How Red Hat and Trilio offer a safer, more secure, and more efficient path for customers to upgrade to the latest OpenStack version.
  • About the value of data protection during upgrades and how TrilioVault captures and protects tenant workloads throughout the procedure. 
  • How administrators can rapidly and efficiently restore an entire overcloud in an automated fashion, while minimizing user input to the bare minimum. 
  • How you can reduce downtime by streamlining restoration activities with point-in-time backups from Trilio.

 

Live event date: Wednesday, September, 18, 2019 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Jon Tobin

Solutions Architect, Trilio

Jon Tobin is a Solutions Architect at Trilio where he focuses on all pre- and post-sales activities. Tobin brings more than a decade of experience in software engineering, system engineering, support, and services from his time at EMC, Percona, and TenFold. Tobin’s strong engineering skills and well-rounded experience, give him a unique understanding when working with customers to adopt and manage the latest technologies. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and mountain biking.

Kevin Jones

Cloud Domain Architect, Red Hat

Kevin Jones is a Cloud Domain Architect for Red Hat. His mission is to bring cloud infrastructure into public service for government, research, and educational entities. Kevin comes to Red Hat from NASA Langley Research Center where he was the Chief Technologist for IT. In his role at Red Hat, he helps evangelize the use of hybrid cloud computing. Kevin began his career as a developer and via curiosity, developed a holistic approach focused on using technology to deliver mission value.