Learn the benefits and opportunities for significantly improving Kubernetes usage across your organisation via the use of an effective data plane. Opportunities including multi-tenancy, high availability, compliance with encryption at rest,The ease of use with GitOps and the transition of traditional and legacy workloads, dependent on persistent data.
Cloud native computing is quickly becoming the norm for enterprises. Containers, container orchestrators like Kubernetes, cloud native solutions like storage orchestrators and other cloud native solutions are making applications and infrastructure more efficient, more available and easier to maintain than ever before.
A key consideration for many Kubernetes deployments is the installation and use of a Container Network Interface (CNI) with Calico, Weaveworks and Flannel being popular choices, however, the Container Storage Interface (CSI) is often overlooked, resulting in a less-than-optimal use of Kubernetes.
Year over year, Kubernetes consistently ranks among the most-loved platforms on Stack Overflow’s Developer Survey. It’s not hard to understand why. It offers easy scaling, great stability and reliability, works across many different environments.
StorageOS implementation addresses critical challenges faced by MSPs, including slow provisioning of storage resources, unresponsive vendor partner support, and ability to compete competitively in an increasingly crowded marketplace
Romuald Vandepoel, Cloud Solution Architect at StorageOS highlights the benefits of self-service along with composable, templating approaches that can be used to create anything-as-a-service, including persistent workloads through the power of StorageOS.
With the increased market use of Kubernetes as a cloud managed service and strict data compliance regulations, organisations are dependent on encrypted data as a requirement for Kubernetes workloads using persistent storage.
James Spurin discusses the flexibility of the StorageOS platform and how it powers a variety of different technical use cases which are all cloud native and Kubernetes enabled. The use cases identified, highlight real life customers using StorageOS in production today.
Ferran Castell and Paul Sobey illustrate how to implement automatic failover with high availability. Learn how your mission critical databases with StorageOS are highly available, how your database data is transparently protected behind the scenes.
We participated in Cloud Field Day 10 this month, where we got to demonstrate some of the capabilities of the StorageOS platform and showcase our technical use cases. Here are the videos from that event.
Every application needs to store state, but traditional enterprise storage is inflexible, expensive, hard to manage and automate. Founder and CEO, Alex Chircop illustrates how Tier 1 banks run trading platforms in Kubernetes with OpenShift and StorageOS.
Ferran Castell highlights best practices and the benefits of running databases on OpenShift such as improving developer productivity, reducing infrastructure cost, and providing multi-cloud portability.
A new Performance Benchmarking Report evaluating four leading Kubernetes-based cloud native storage solutions placed StorageOS ahead of Cloud Native Storage technologies from Longhorn, Rook/Ceph and OpenEBS.
Ferran Castell demonstrates installation of StorageOS. Allowing the migration of stateful applications to containers with ease of use, portability and management capabilities. See how easy it is to access StorageOS persistent storage.
An overview of storage technologies as explained in the CNCF Storage Landscape white paper, and a technical outline of how storage is consumed by containerized stateful applications running in Kubernetes.
StorageOS is available in the Rancher catalog, allowing the migration of stateful applications to containers with the same ease of use, portability and management capabilities that Rancher is known for.
This IDC Vendor Profile provides an analysis of StorageOS, a provider of software-defined storage for container and cloud environments, with a focus on its persistent storage technology to help developers build stateful containerized applications.
Learn how StorageOS integrates natively with Kubernetes to provide Persistent Volumes for containers. Hear how any application or database can be containerized and deployed on on-premises or in the cloud.
All applications need to store state somewhere! But containers have challenges – persistence of data, performance, complexity of existing solutions and even scalability. Cheryl Hung, Product Manager discusses.
How can we manage applications and persistent container storage together as a single unit as we can with ephemeral NFS file shares or mounts in containers? Learn how to solve persistent storage in Docker.