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  • How exactly does Kubernetes Native Storage (K8sNS) work? What makes this technology so disruptive? We’ve put together a 4-part video series that provides an in-depth technical overview of K8sNS
  • Kubernetes-Native Storage eliminates data gravity, allowing application data to move at the speed of applications. Full volumes, regardless of size or amount of data, are transported across clouds or across the world in 40 seconds or less.
  • Microservices architecture is a specific approach to building applications. Essentially, microservices ensure that a team’s changes won’t break the entire application. How? By being distributed and loosely coupled, modern microservices
  • Managing data can be a time-consuming task and if not done properly, it can lead to major issues. In a Kubernetes environment, where all resources become services, data and storage management are inextricably connected. Delivering
  • Kubernetes-Native Storage (K8sNS) is taking the enterprise by storm. With K8sNS, global organizations can support enterprise-class data and storage management all within one common platform. Kubernetes Native Storage is simple
  • Kubernetes (K8s) has revolutionized IT by providing the ability for enterprises to deploy a common cloud platform for their business applications across multiple clouds, delivering agility, consistency, and reductions in costs and complexity. All of
  • ionir’s software-defined storage solution offers capabilities previously available only on traditional, expensive, monolithic storage appliances. Now, enterprises can instantly restore data to any point in time without the complexity and
  • The technology drivers for private clouds and public clouds overlap to a great extent. However, when it comes to data storage there is a great degree of divergence between private and public clouds. Storage is different from compute
  • Enterprises around the world are embracing the cloud and cloud native technologies. And who can blame them? From cost savings to increased agility and reliability, there are plenty of reasons to make the switch. The technological drivers
  • Containers and Kubernetes allows enterprises to build applications that are portable across clouds, and provides seamless mobility between infrastructure pools. However, when an application instance has state, this flexibility disappears, and they