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Kubernetes, Docker, and container adoption is increasing at unprecedented rates as companies look to accelerate modern application delivery. Organizations continue to rely on the high availability and native resiliency provided by stateless architecture, but with stateful applications moving into containers, data protection needs have shifted. For the new generation of modern applications, a robust data protection plan is essential, and without container-granular options, enterprises are exposed to data loss, downtime, and lost customer journey.

Watch this webinar to learn how to develop a mature containerization strategy that protects Kubernetes-based and containerized applications. In this virtual session, Amazon Web Services and DevOps Institute will uncover vulnerabilities inherent to containerized environments and provide practical guidance for implementing a disaster recovery plan. Learn how to build a complete solution including software-defined storage, data security, backup and disaster recovery, and ransomware protection for containers.

Key takeaways

  • Reduces costs and stops over-provisioning with application-consistent backups and automatic volume resizing
  • Protects Kubernetes configuration, enabling complete infrastructure portability with granular recovery of application state and persistent data
  • Replicates Kubernetes and Docker environments to protect an entire cluster from disaster
  • Integrates with your architecture immediately at scale with AWS Marketplace solutions

Who should attend

IT operations leaders and professionals, VMware administrators, cloud, storage and backup architects, data center professionals, storage and data center administrators, cloud application and infrastructure managers.


Leonardo Murillo, Ambassador, DevOps Institute

Leo is a Principal Partner Solutions Architect at Weaveworks, Founder of Cloud Native Architects, and DevOps Institute Ambassador. Leo brings a wide-ranging industry perspective, with over 20 years of experience building technology and leading teams all the way from startups to Fortune 500s. He is passionate about cloud native technologies, organizational transformation and the open source community. A believer in human potential and the transformative power of technology, Leo focuses on exploring leading-edge technologies hands-on and pondering on technology strategy.

Nam Le, Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS

Nam is a Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, Migration Services, and Control Tower. He helps customers implement security and governance best practices using native AWS Services and Partner products. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect, and his skills include security, compliance, cloud computing, enterprise architecture, and software development. Nam has also worked as a consulting services manager, cloud architect, and technical marketing manager.

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About DevOps Institute:

DevOps Institute is a professional membership organization that works to advance the human elements of DevOps. They create a safe and interactive environment where members can network, gain knowledge, grow their careers, support enterprise transformation, and celebrate professional achievements. They are not just an information source; they connect and enable the global Member community to drive human transformation in the digital age.

About AWS Marketplace:

AWS Marketplace is a digital software catalog that makes it easy to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage software that runs on AWS. AWS Marketplace has a broad and deep selection of security solutions offered by hundreds of independent software vendors, spanning infrastructure security, logging and monitoring, identity and access control, data protection, and more. These products can be integrated with AWS Services and other existing technologies, enabling you to deploy a comprehensive security architecture across your AWS and on-premises environments. Visit to learn more.

*The views and opinions of DevOps Institute and their presenter are their own and do not necessarily reflect the positions of AWS