Sureline Systems announces support for disaster recovery for Docker Containers
- Published: Wednesday, 20 April 2016 10:17
Sureline Systems has added support of containers to its flagship SUREedge product line. Containers running on all popular platforms are supported along with physical servers and virtual machines so that the entire infrastructure can be migrated in case of a disaster. Additionally, containers along with data volumes can also be migrated and restored in Google Container Engine, managed by Kubernetes.
Containers are becoming an integral part of a new generation of software solutions, and can now be protected in the same way as existing applications, using SUREedge.
"With many applications being a mix of containers and traditional virtual machines or physical servers running parts of the complete application, it is important to have a single solution that works with the entire application and ensures it is protected at a remote site or in a cloud and can be up and running quickly in case of a disaster," said Kuldeep Nagarkar, VP of Engineering at Sureline Systems.
SUREdge supports all of the standard Linux environments where containers are developed and deployed, including Docker containers 1.10.2 running on Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 14.04, CentOS 7 and RHEL 7.