ionir, a leader in Kubernetes Data Services, today announced updates to its cloud-native data services platform with new capabilities focused on CI/CD acceleration and performance. These technology enhancements provide extended support for optimizing DevOps pipelines. Kubernetes, now considered the operating system of the cloud, reinvents the concept of infrastructure: everything is a resource, with no notion of fixed assets. Resources are
ionir announced today the approval of a U.S. patent 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 implementations of Kubernetes. As Kubernetes adoption increases, one barrier remains: data cannot be moved quickly. Unlike apps, transporting data across clusters, clouds, and geographies can take hours or days
ionir, the industry’s first and only microservices-based Kubernetes Data Services provider, today announced Mike Wall as its new chief executive officer. The move comes as the company experiences rapid growth in North America and globally, accelerated by the launch of its CI/CD pipeline acceleration solution. Wall, who has extensive experience leading both public and emerging growth companies
ionir today announced availability of its CI/CD acceleration solution, aimed at speeding new application and feature deployments, eliminating over 40 hours from each CI/CD pipeline cycle. ionir’s unique approach ensures test data is made available to developers in seconds, where it’s needed and as it’s needed. This solution enables DevOps engineers to further automate and orchestrate data
ionir, a leader in container-native storage innovation, announced today the latest release of its Kubernetes-native storage platform, which adds and extends critical data services required to ensure persistent data and to operate stateful applications in Kubernetes at enterprise scale. Additionally, the new release includes full compatibility with Red Hat OpenShift and the Google Cloud Platform
ionir, a leader in container-native storage innovation, today announced that the ionir platform has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. As a part of the Red Hat partner ecosystem, OpenShift Operator Certification offers customers and independent software vendors (ISVs) greater confidence when building their next-generation software projects on Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform
ionir today announced expanded availability of its Kubernetes native storage platform, and key additions to its executive team. By eliminating complexity in Kubernetes data and storage management, ionir empowers customers to achieve their Kubernetes Everywhere vision, speed digital transformation, and significantly lower IT costs. Following rapid, early success, the company is now hiring sales, support, and development resources
"Ionir offers a unique solution to the data persistence, protection, and mobility challenges inherent in running stateful applications on Kubernetes."
Almog Apirion, CEO & Co-Founder, Cyolo
"Container-native storage holds real promise for ensuring Kubernetes data persistence, while enabling convergence and automation of myriad data protection and management services IT typically has to cobble together now."
Rich Arsenault, VP Infrastructure and Services, Mimecast
"ionir delivers a converged, container-native data layer for Kubernetes. This fresh approach replaces dozens of isolated products and processes that evolved to serve the needs of non-containerized environments."
Jacob Cherian, Chief Product Officer of ionir
"The core technology behind ionir was 8 years in development. Two intersecting areas of innovation set the approach apart from all other attempts at container native data and storage management. First is a new approach to metadata that allows instant mobility of data in both place and time. The second is a microservices architecture that isolates core processing from external interfaces enabling extensibility and scale."