Trilio Announces Version 3 of Its Revolutionary TrilioVault Data Protection Software, Expands to Support Red Hat Virtualization

Upcoming Version Deepens Collaboration with Red Hat Open Source Solutions Suite, Expands Storage Target Support, and Extends Workload Capture to Include Networks

BOSTON, May 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Trilio, the leader in data protection and recovery solutions for OpenStack, is announcing a major update of its flagship product, TrilioVault. The upcoming Version 3 release expands the company’s backup and recovery capabilities beyond OpenStack for the first time and will support Red Hat Virtualization, Red Hat’s Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)-powered virtualization platform. Version 3 is expected to be released this summer, with private demos available by request.

“Most modern organizations are standardizing on open source, increasingly moving toward KVM-based technologies as part of multiple private clouds, or a combination of private and public clouds,” said Murali Balcha, Chief Technology Officer of Trilio. “This release is Trilio’s first step to providing data protection for all our customers—regardless of whether they are supporting a private or hybrid infrastructure—as they strive to protect the stateful information stored in their clouds.”

What to expect in TrilioVault Version 3:

  • Compatibility with Red Hat’s KVM management product, Red Hat Virtualization, and support for the Red Hat Virtualization GUI
  • Support for S3 storage targets, including AWS and Red Hat Ceph Storage
  • Capture of networks and routers included in workload snapshots
  • Expanded lifecycle cloud management support including Red Hat Director, Salt, and improved Red Hat Ansible Automation support
  • Leveraging the Red Hat CloudForms management GUI for both Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Virtualization

TrilioVault’s agentless, software-only solution is native to OpenStack and KVM, providing self-service protection and recovery of entire workloads to the users of each platform. Foundationally architected for the cloud, TrilioVault can scale quickly with zero performance degradation. With TrilioVault, businesses have total control to back up their clouds in a way that’s easily recoverable and requires little-to-no central IT administration.

“As an avid user of OpenStack for over 10 years, TrilioVault has a unique ability to control backups, restore and manage in the same self-service portal unlike any other product out there,” said Aurimas Baubkus, IT Products Manager at Telia. “We’re always improving our offerings to make our customers more competitive and improve their processes. TrilioVault is an obvious choice for us as it does something that no other vendor offers.”

Trilio will be showing sneak peeks of TrilioVault Version 3 at two upcoming events:

  • Red Hat Summit, May 8-10, Booth 225, San Francisco, CA
  • OpenStack Summit, May 21-24, Booth C2, Vancouver, BC

To request a private demo of the upcoming release, or to inquire about our beta program, please contact us here:

About Trilio
Trilio is a leader in data protection for OpenStack and RHV environments, and the only provider of OpenStack-native backup and recovery solutions. Since 2013, Trilio has been on a mission to give tenants more control over their ever-changing, growing, complex, and scalable cloud-based architectures. Today, Trilio is trusted by businesses all around the world to protect their clouds in a way that’s easily recoverable, and requires little-to-no central IT administration. Follow us on Twitter @triliodata and LinkedIn or visit to learn more.

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