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Tuesday, May 4 • 14:40 - 14:45
Sponsored Lightning Talk: How to Follow the 3-2-1 Backup Rule in Kubernetes - Michael Cade, Kasten by Veeam

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Every admin should have a backup. This principle works for any platform including Kubernetes.
One of the timeless rules that can effectively address any failure scenario is called the
3-2-1 backup rule. This approach helps to answer two important questions: How many backup files should I have and where should I store them?

There are two groups of people: those who have already had a storage failure and
those who will have one in the future. In other words, the 3-2-1 backup rule means you should:
- Have at least three copies of your data.
- Store the copies on two different media.
- Keep one backup copy offsite.

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Michael Cade

Senior Technologist, Kasten by Veeam
A community first technologist for Kasten by Veeam Software. Based in the UK with over 16 years of industry experience with a key focus on technologies such as cloud native, automation & data management. His role at Kasten is to act as a technical thought leader, community champion... Read More →

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