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As part of the “How To Use Digital Transformation To Take Your Company To The Next Level” series, Mike Wall, the CEO of ionir, was interviewed
In this video from Techstrong.TV, Tad Lebeck, field CTO for North America for Ionir, discusses the five key metrics DevOps teams should be tracking for success
This month we continue our investigations into K8s storage with a discussion with Tad Lebeck, US CTO for ionir, a software defined storage system that only runs under K8s. ionir Kubernetes Data Services platform is an outgrowth of Reduxio a “tin-wrapped”…
The need for remote work solutions prioritized a shift to the cloud – and for some organizations, that meant choosing short-term or patchwork solutions jerry-rigged out of existing legacy technologies just to get through the crisis.
In this recurring feature, we present a variety of short time-critical news items grouped by category such as M&A activity, people movements, funding news, industry partnerships, customer wins, rumors…
ionir Systems Ltd. announced the approval of a US patent (11,132,141) for its system of synchronizing data containers and improving data mobility. This patent underscores ionir’s efforts to help organizations achieve data agility and optimize their enterprise
ionir announced the approval of a U.S. patent for its system of synchronizing data containers and improving data mobility, underscoring ionir’s efforts to help organizations…
Containers have revolutionized the way developers create and deliver applications. The impact is huge; we’ve had to re-imagine how to store, protect, deliver and manage data. Software developers have…
There are two primary software development methodologies these days: Agile and DevOps. Research from Gartner has found that 70% of IT teams use DevOps. Has DevOps totally usurped its predecessor, then? Or can developers use both methodologies…
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
Although the cloud has become the backbone of an organizations applications and systems, many organizations are discovering the shortcomings of a one-size-fits-all mindset toward cloud adoption. View the full article from TechTarget’s
ionir stores block data using a generated name and virtual, time-sensitive location mapping metadata so that it can be moved in place and in time to enable persistent volume mobility – fast mobility to any point in time – for Kubernetes
ionir Ltd. expanded availability of its Kubernetes-native storage platform, and additions to its executive team. By eliminating complexity in Kubernetes data and storage management
Just as the internet was empowered by the Uniform Resource Locator (URL), which allowed network information to be retrieved by name, ionir accesses Kubernetes data by name rather than location. View the full article from Database Trends