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Managing and protecting a cloud-native future
As containers continue to grow in terms of both popularity and impact, businesses must ensure that they have the ability to protect and backup data across physical, virtual, cloud and Kubernetes environments, writes Michael Cade, Senior Global Technologist at Veeam.
Updated July 19, 2021 / Original July 19, 2021
By Michael Cade
Senior Global Technologist, Veeam
July 19, 2021 | 10:11 AM BST
Cloud-native adoptions and the use of Kubernetes are on the rise. 451 Research notes that nearly three-quarters of organizations globally are currently using or planning to adopt Kubernetes within the next two years. Many businesses, particularly in industries such as financial services which produce and consume massive amounts of data, were already looking for ways to speed up application and IT development cycles before the pandemic. With so much business going online in 2020 and organisations looking to build or extend their digital offerings, this need is accentuated further still.
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