3 benefits of storageless data for hybrid cloud Kubernetes
Disaster Recovery for Kubernetes
Disaster recovery (DR) serves as the last-resort option to maintain business continuity when critical pieces of infrastructure fail.
Unfortunately, because DR workloads are static, quickly become obsolete, and don’t adapt in real-time, it is easy to lose faith in your current recovery strategy. And throwing Kubernetes into the mix only compounds this concern.
Read this data sheet to learn 3 critical capabilities of Hammerspace, a data-centric approach to file data in the cloud that abstracts data from the infrastructure, making it easy to define and revise DR policy objectives.