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Rubrik -  - Welcome to Rubrik Build

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Welcome to Rubrik Build

Since Rubrik opened its doors in 2014, we have built our product around an API-first architecture. This means that our API is a first-class citizen developed by our engineers, who subject it to the same meticulous testing and quality control as the rest of the core Rubrik platform. This principle continues to be a key part of the company ethos. We believe in empowering our customers and partners to integrate Rubrik into third-party tools and apply our simple policy-driven approach to their entire environment. Today, I am proud to extend our API-first approach with the launch of Rubrik Build, an open source community where contributors can create new applications, automation tooling and integrations, as well as consume or improve existing projects that simplify monitoring, testing, development, and automated workflows. Our goal is to establish a community around consuming Rubrik’s world-class APIs to quickly get started with pre-built use cases, quick start guides, and integrations with popular tooling. The Build program was designed with our customers in mind, easing their transition to consuming APIs. Many of us in the tech community do not come from a traditional software engineering background. This can make contributing to open source seem daunting. I am…
Rubrik -  - Introducing the Rubrik SDK for Go

Product

Introducing the Rubrik SDK for Go

Today, I am happy to announce the general availability of the Rubrik software development kit (SDK) for Go, an open source programming language developed by Google. Go increases efficiency through clear syntax, reliable concurrency primitives, and native compilation and is the foundation of industry standard tools such as Terraform. The Rubrik Go SDK allows you to easily interact with our API while simultaneously reducing the amount of code you need to maintain. The Rubrik SDK for Go supports infrastructure engineers and developers with a number of use cases, including the ability to provision and protect apps, programmatically manage a Rubrik cluster, and protect and restore workloads. Our goal with this and all SDKs is to enable our users to easily consume Rubrik APIs, which allow you to innovate faster and use the tools you prefer. You can use the Rubrik SDK for Go to build and protect cloud and on-prem apps faster. For example, the SDK allows you to: Interact with the cluster and its configuration, such as domain, NTP, and DNS settings Create and assign SLA policies to workloads Recover workloads using Instant Recovery and Live Mount Query the Rubrik cluster for protection status To get started, simply run…