The State of Enterprise Kubernetes

As we kick off the new year, it’s the perfect time for a fresh start and a shift in perspectives. With this in mind, in the latter part of 2023 we joined forces with Dzone and surveyed software developers, architects, and other IT pros seeking to refresh our understanding of the state of Kubernetes adoption across enterprises. The result? Our comprehensive report, Kubernetes in the Enterprise. Read more

Raising the Bar in Kubernetes Data Protection

Great news! For the fourth year in a row, Veeam has been named a leader and outperformer in the newest edition of GigaOm's Radar Report for Kubernetes Data Protection v4.0. We’re proud to say that this makes Veeam’s Kasten K10 the only solution to have achieved these results to date, every year since the report’s inception. Read more

Key Requirements for an Application Mobility Solution – And How Kasten K10 Meets Them

Application mobility is an important capability for Kubernetes users, supporting a variety of scenarios and use cases. Without application mobility, it would be challenging to leverage multiple cloud environments efficiently, perform reliable cluster testing, or meet data management requirements for applications that handle sensitive information. You can learn more about the most common use cases for application mobility in our previous blog post. Read more

Application Mobility in Kubernetes: The What, Why, and How

Application mobility in Kubernetes refers to the ability to move applications between different Kubernetes clusters, configurations, clouds and environments. But why is it important? Well, because the development world has changed. Applications are no longer tethered to a group of servers or data centers, and application mobility gives organizations greater flexibility, resilience, and efficiency in managing their applications, wherever they reside. Read more

Real-World Examples of Kubernetes-Driven Innovation

Kubernetes provides a powerful platform for innovation, enabling teams to evaluate and trial new ideas and technologies, iterate quickly, and collaborate with a broad community. By reducing the overhead associated with application deployment and management, Kubernetes can help organizations to focus more on innovation and less on infrastructure. Read more

Advanced Kubernetes, What Does it Really Mean and How Do We Get There?

While Kubernetes has become more accessible over the years with the development of user-friendly tools and interfaces, it still has a steep learning curve. Today, experience levels vary widely from organization to organization. Some businesses may have dedicated teams or individuals who are responsible for managing their Kubernetes clusters, while others may be experimenting with it on a smaller scale.  Read more