The latest version offers new capabilities that enable enterprises to deploy Kasten’s Kubernetes-native backup, disaster recovery, and application migration capabilities across multi-cluster Kubernetes deployments and multi-tenant cloud environments.
Kasten K10 is quick to deploy and easy to use, managed via the K10 dashboard or cloud-native Kubernetes-based APIs.
A number of enhancements introduced in K10 v3.0 include multi-cluster dashboard views. When multiple clusters are present, the K10 multi-cluster dashboard provides a simple way to get the aggregate and real-time status of critical parameters including the total number of clusters, policies, applications.
K10 also supports multiple authentication methods, including Token-based, OIDC, Red Hat Openshift OAuth Proxy, and others, so that fine-grained role-based access control (RBAC) can be used to ensure appropriate levels of access and action within and across clusters.
K10 provides the ability to define global policies on a primary cluster that can be selectively applied to secondary clusters to simplify the management of backups at scale through automation.
Further, K10 enables users to create their own groupings and individual clusters that can belong to many distributions.
K10 also helps search for an individual cluster and switch to it for additional views into cluster related resources. It also offers the ability to define and operate on policies specific only to that cluster.