Kasten K10 supports the ability to protect data on Kubernetes clusters running in a wide range of environments. While the primary method for fast protection and recovery is to take snapshots of the persistent volume, K10 also provides the ability to schedule the export of these snapshots as restore points to external locations to provide for safe, long-term backup outside of the cluster. These restore points can then be used to restore back to the existing environment, or imported and restored to a new environment.
Starting with K10 4.5.6, it is possible to use a Veeam repository as an export/import location for storing block-based backups of persistent volume images in cases where the persistent volumes are allocated via the vSphere CSI.
This document describes the detailed system requirements as well as important considerations and limitations of this solution.
For additional information, please review: Integration with Veeam Backup Repositories for Kasten K10 Guide