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  • Agile software development, which has become nearly ubiquitous over the last decade, was a revolution. Instead of waterfall development, with its long cycles that required planning six to nine months ahead
  • Enterprises have been moving away from conveyor belt-style project delivery with hardware and software resource planning, ordering, and integration. Instead, they’re taking advantage of increasingly flexible cloud resources
  • Organizations make use of Kubernetes and other tools to set up and manage containers at scale. This enables IT staff with a common platform for business applications that they can use across multiple clouds.
  • The proliferation of containerized applications, and the increased developmental agility afforded by embracing them, creates a need for flexible, highly available storage solutions
  • Containers changed the way applications were developed and delivered. This requires a complete rethinking of how we store, deliver, protect, and manage data. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to address
  • DevOps enables organizations to capitalize on the flexibility of cloud resources in real-time, which is a huge game changer. Just as the adoption of Agile methodology can make a development team more responsive, DevOps revolutionizes implementation
  • Managing storage for containers and Kubernetes is a challenge, as every admin knows. But does it have to be as difficult as it is? ionir doesn’t think so. ionir offers a Kubernetes-native storage platform that makes it
  • Containers have created a revolution in software development. With the advent of tailored tools like Kubernetes (K8s), organizations can now deploy and manage containers at scale. Enterprise IT teams now have a common platform
  • When designing a cloud storage system, a similar approach becomes applicable. Rather than isolated, coarse-grained appliances, it is desirable to use cloud-native resources that are scattered through the cloud and combine their power and
  • In other words, it is storage that, like any other service that forms part of the overall application landscape, can be delivered by code and is portable with the application, with no hardware dependencies. View the full