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BigTec to Distribute Trilio's OpenStack Backup and Data Protection Software

Trilio, the leader in data protection and recovery solutions for OpenStack, announced a partnership agreement with BigTec, a European-based global value-added distributor that only works with disruptive and innovative vendors. BigTec will further expand Trilio's customer footprint throughout Europe, working together to help businesses meet their data protection needs. 

"Data protection is a critical issue for companies in the EU as they actively prepare for the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) rollout this May," said Thomas Lahive, GM of Sales and Alliances for Trilio. "Our partnership with BigTec will give organizations access to TrilioVault, the only OpenStack native backup and recovery solution on the market. Now, cloud administrators and tenants alike can work together to manage the data they store."

"Trilio's flagship product, TrilioVault, helps OpenStack users to protect their cloud environments by giving them the ability restore entire workloads in a single click," said Martin Bichler, Group Vendor Manager, BigTec. "It well-complements our existing portfolio and represents a great opportunity for our partner ecosystem to better enable their customers to solve backup and recovery challenges, and prepare for GDPR. We're very much looking forward to working closely with the team."

Trilio is the leading solution for companies running OpenStack in both test/dev and production environments. As a software-only, agentless solution, TrilioVault is easy to deploy and easy to manage allowing the solution to effortlessly grow with a customer's cloud.

TrilioVault's self-service approach also makes it easy for all tenants to have full control over their clouds via native integration into Horizon. Through TrilioVault's forever-incremental backups, tenants can now recover or migrate any point-in-time with just one click, including application blueprints, virtual machines, network configurations, security groups/policies, metadata, and storage data.

Published Wednesday, February 21, 2018 2:55 PM by David Marshall
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