Run stateful applications in Kubernetes

Use persistent storage for Kubernetes to enable cloud native workflows, high availability and fast failover

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You store your data where you want – in the cloud, on-premises or hybrid. We’ll abstract your data, provide a storage pool and the scalability, resiliency, performance and availability your stateful application requires.

You gain persistent storage deployed with the same declarative syntax you use for Kubernetes. A low container footprint, you can use StorageOS to support your cloud native workflows.

More than 3,000 StorageOS clusters are installed globally

Join the community of users running their stateful application with StorageOS persistent storage.

Common StorageOS uses

High availability for stateful applications

Use StorageOS to run Cassandra, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL and Redis.

Persistent volumes for Kubernetes

Dynamically provision storage using Kubernetes Storage Classes and Persistent Volume Claims.

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