The Kubernetes Clusters Backup & Restore
Kubernetes clusters consist of pods, nodes, control planes, and volumes. Modern applications are composed of several microservices inside containers instead of monolithic applications.
In Kubernetes, there are no default backup/recovery policies.
IT systems had to deal with the challenges of managing and operating Kubernetes daily along with its adoption. Due to K8s’ abstraction of the network, computation, and storage components, managing infrastructure has become more difficult. The widespread use of relational and non-relational databases on Kubernetes may expose your data if you do not have the necessary data management tools due to its container orchestration nature.
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