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 ..
We hope that this newsletter finds each of you and your families safe and well, with the recent events unfolding in Ukraine. It is a very unsettling time for all of us, including for our DPX team in Poland and our Ukrainian friends and colleagues.
Catalogic Software continues to make great strides with its cloud native backup-as-a-service platform CloudCasa™. On February 7th we announced the availability of a number of major new features, including:
Our big news this winter is the new version of Catalogic DPX 4.8 and that we have also addressed the Apache log4j critical vulnerability. First, please note that DPX does not use a log4j version with the remote code execution vulnerability.
Catalogic Software launched the general availability of its premium service for CloudCasa, a powerful Kubernetes backup service that is easy to use, affordable and comes with a generous free service plan.
Data Protection is your last line of defense when it comes to ransomware attacks; you need to ensure your data protection fortress is ransomware recovery ready. Catalogic can assist you in reviewing your backup strategy and what you need to do to prepare to quickly recover from a ransomware attack with Catalogic DPX.
The CloudCasa team welcomes you to our first CloudCasa newsletter! We hope that you will find CloudCasa to be a truly unique and productive service for your DevOps and IT Ops team to support data protection, disaster recovery, and compliance requirements for your cloud-native applications.
Exciting New Features including vStor data at rest encryption support, Support of Hyper-V agentless Backup and Recovery to vStor, New DPX foundation based on microservices, mongoDB, and Docker and more!