Spring has arrived, the flowers are blooming and the CloudCasa team has spent the last few months trying to top our February release by developing another set of great new features that were demonstrated at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022, including:
- Azure Account Integration – Now you can link CloudCasa to your Azure cloud accounts and get features similar to those provided by our AWS account linking: AKS cluster auto-discovery, backup of AKS cluster parameters, and automatic AKS cluster creation on restore.
- Granular RBAC & User Groups – We’ve added full role-based access Control (RBAC), with user-definable roles and user groups.
- Roles for API Keys – We’ve extended roles to API keys as well. Now each API key can have one or more roles assigned, the same as a user.
- Isolated User Object Store Support for BYO Storage – This new option allows you to use object storage where the endpoint is accesible only from your backup agents, not from the public internet. A designated agent takes over maintenance operations on the storage.
- UI Reorganization – We’ve made some significant UI improvements including new navigation, cluster protection dashboards, cloud icons to indicate cloud-linked clusters and a flexible new table design throughout the UI.
- Backup and Restore Performance Improvements – Dramatically increased throughput, with increases seen in our testing of up to 2.2x for restores and 10x for backups!
- Emailed Reports for Security Scans – CloudCasa can now send summary reports via email when a security scan job completes, so you can get a quick overview of the results without having to log in. Click on the embedded links for more details.
- Longhorn Support – We are pleased to announce that we have tested and certified CloudCasa to work with the Longhorn V1.3.0 release candidate (1.3.0-RC1). Previous versions of Longhorn lacked the necessary CSI snapshot report.
CloudCasa has announced a partnership with Clastix to add support for its Capsule offering – an open-source multi-tenancy solution that allows multiple teams to securely share a Kubernetes cluster. Now tenant users can back up and restore only their own resources providing a secure, self-service solution for Kubernetes data protection in a multi-tenant environment.
In the case of this pharmaceutical company, the biggest beneﬁt was CloudCasa’s ability to perform cross-cluster recovery. This allows them to take information backed-up from one AWS EKS cluster and restore that data into a different cluster altogether. Download CloudCasa’s Cross-Cluster Recovery a Game-Changer for Large Pharmaceutical Company.
Join us on this webinar to learn about new CloudCasa features, including:
- Native integration with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
- RBAC for enterprises and self-service backup and recoveries for developers.
- Support for multi-tenant clusters with native Clastix Capsule integration