Privacy giant Veeam Software Corp. today introduced a new version of Kasten K10, its backup and recovery platform for Kubernetes environments.
Kasten K10 became part of Veeam’s product portfolio at the end of 2020 through a startup acquisition. The platform enables companies to create backup copies of data in a Kubernetes environment and restore them if the original data is no longer available due to a technical problem. It can also be used for a number of other tasks such as: B. moving workloads between public clouds.
Kasten K10 V5.0, the new version of the platform that Veeam unveiled today, introduces an advanced set of cybersecurity features.
Veeam has added a ransomware detection mechanism that can detect malicious attempts to encrypt an organization’s data. Additionally, a new console in the Kasten K10 user interface allows administrators to more easily manage user access to a Kubernetes environment. The console makes it possible to create rules governing which users are allowed to access…