Azure Linux Partner Showcase: Catalogic Software

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This month’s partner showcase is with our partner Catalogic Software highlighting their solution CloudCasa. The Azure Linux team is excited to have Catalogic Software as a partner with Microsoft bringing value to our mutual customers! From Catalogic Software -

 

“CloudCasa is a Kubernetes backup, recovery and migration solution that is fully compatible with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), as well as all other major Kubernetes distributions and managed services.

 

Simply install the CloudCasa agent and let it do all the hard work of protecting and recovering your cluster resources and persistent data from human error, security breaches, and service failures, including providing the business continuity and compliance that your business requires.

 

From a single dashboard, CloudCasa makes cross-cluster, cross-tenant, cross-region, and cross-cloud recoveries easy. Recovery and migration from backups include recovering an entire cluster along with your NETs, add-ons, load balancers and more. During recovery, users can migrate to Azure Linux, and migrate storage resources from Azure Disk to Azure Container Storage. CloudCasa can also centrally manage Azure Backup or Velero backup installations across multiple clusters and cloud providers, with migration of resources to different environments.”

 

Please see the CloudCasa blog for more information - https://cloudcasa.io/blog/migrating-aks-clusters-to-azure-linux-using-cloudcasa/

 

Find CloudCasa on the Azure Marketplace -https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/apps/catalogicsoftware1625626770507.cloudcasa-aks-app

 

Find Catalogic Software on the AKS Partner Solutions page - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/azure-linux-aks-partner-solutions#catalogic

 

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Azure Linux Partner Showcase: Catalogic Software

This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: New blog articles in Microsoft Community Hub.

Brad_Combs_1-1710506337731.png

 

This month’s partner showcase is with our partner Catalogic Software highlighting their solution CloudCasa. The Azure Linux team is excited to have Catalogic Software as a partner with Microsoft bringing value to our mutual customers! From Catalogic Software -

 

“CloudCasa is a Kubernetes backup, recovery and migration solution that is fully compatible with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), as well as all other major Kubernetes distributions and managed services.

 

Simply install the CloudCasa agent and let it do all the hard work of protecting and recovering your cluster resources and persistent data from human error, security breaches, and service failures, including providing the business continuity and compliance that your business requires.

 

From a single dashboard, CloudCasa makes cross-cluster, cross-tenant, cross-region, and cross-cloud recoveries easy. Recovery and migration from backups include recovering an entire cluster along with your NETs, add-ons, load balancers and more. During recovery, users can migrate to Azure Linux, and migrate storage resources from Azure Disk to Azure Container Storage. CloudCasa can also centrally manage Azure Backup or Velero backup installations across multiple clusters and cloud providers, with migration of resources to different environments.”

 

Please see the CloudCasa blog for more information - https://cloudcasa.io/blog/migrating-aks-clusters-to-azure-linux-using-cloudcasa/

 

Find CloudCasa on the Azure Marketplace -https://azuremarketplace.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/apps/catalogicsoftware1625626770507.cloudcasa-aks-app

 

Find Catalogic Software on the AKS Partner Solutions page - https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/azure-linux-aks-partner-solutions#catalogic

 

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