London, UK, November 13, 2020 – Leading cloud-native storage platform StorageOS has received the Computing Cloud Excellence Award 2020 for Version 2.0, innovative Software-Defined Infrastructure Product of the year. The Cloud Excellence Awards recognise the very best individuals, companies, projects, and products in the cloud today. These are the innovation leaders who operate at the cutting-edge of technology.
StorageOS is a software-defined solution deployed as a container, delivering persistent storage for Kubernetes and stateful applications, combining the best of both worlds. The key differentiator of StorageOS is up to 15x faster than other storage solutions, fully scalable, application-centric, and robust in the case of component failure. “Our mission is to solve real-life storage problems,” says Alex Chircop, Founder and CEO.
The judge’s commented “Software-defined infrastructure is not tied to specific hardware, allowing organizations to adapt to changing usage needs without needing to replace their infrastructure wholesale. StorageOS showcased great functionality, ease of use and innovation, as well as compelling adoption figures and provable benefits.”
StorageOS V2.0 is installed in production across the globe, enabling enterprises to store, deliver and protect the data that powers their businesses. StorageOS gives customers total control of their storage environment – whether on-premise or in the cloud providing persistent storage to applications in container environments, customers include Accenture, DHL, IMT, Lloyds, Intralinks, Civo and EBRC.
Alex Chircop, Founder and CEO commented “The Cloud Excellence Awards showcases and recognizes innovation, talent, and success from across the industry. It is an honour to be awarded Software Defined Infrastructure Product for this year – this recognition helps to reaffirm our position in leading the way for cloud-native storage.”
Download the 2020 Cloud Excellence Awards PDF here.
StorageOS is a software-defined cloud native storage platform delivering persistent storage for Kubernetes and stateful applications. Launched in 2015, StorageOS is based in London with offices in The Netherlands and USA. For more information about the company, please visit www.storageos.com