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CNCF Member Webinar – 5 Key Traits of Effective Disaster Recovery on Kubernetes
In the pre-Kubernetes, pre-container world, backup and recovery solutions were generally implemented at the virtual machine (VM) level. This system works for traditional applications when an application runs on a single VM, but when applications are containerized and managed with an orchestrator like Kubernetes, this system falls apart. Because of this, effective disaster recovery for Kubernetes must be designed for containerized architectures and natively understand the way Kubernetes functions in order to work.

In this webinar, we will:

- Explain key disaster recovery concepts including zero recovery point objective (RPO) and near-zero recovery time objective (RTO)
- Discuss how modern architectures are changing the disaster recovery game and why you may want to consider making a disaster recovery plan for your team
- Dive into five key traits for effective disaster recovery on Kubernetes, including container granularity and ability to backup data and configurations

Jan 22, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Michael Ferranti
VP of Product Marketing @Portworx
Michael is VP of Product Marketing at Portworx where he is responsible for technical marketing analyst relations as well as global go-to-market activities. Prior to joining Portworx, Michael was VP of Marketing at ClusterHQ, an early leader in the container storage market and spent five years at Rackspace in a variety of product and marketing roles. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ferrantim/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ferrantim
Suraj Narwade
CNCF Ambassador and webinar moderator
Suraj Narwade works as a Platform Engineer at uSwitch, London. As a Platform Engineer, he works around Cloud-Native technologies like Kubernetes, Golang, Prometheus, etc He is an Open-Source enthusiast who contributes to Open Source in every possible way. He is a CNCF Ambassador and he will not stop talking about Cloud-native projects. Before moving to London, He was an active member of the local container-centric meetups in Bangalore and Pune, India. He has presented his work at the RootConf 2019, FOSSASIA 2018 & 2019, DevOps Day 2017 and local meetups. When not hacking containers, he can be seen hacking Alexa and exploring London.