Persistent Storage for Containers in the Multi-Cloud Enterprise

Persistent Storage for Containers in the Multi-Cloud Enterprise

According to CNCF (Cloud Native Compute Foundation), Cloud Native Technology adoption grew 200% since last year! Kubernetes is at the heart of Cloud Native stack that Enterprises are building. The survey highlighted faster deployment time, improved scalability, and cloud portability as key benefits Enterprises see with Kubernetes. At the same time, the survey called out storage as one of the challenges with deploying containers. This only gets more complicated when Enterprises put persistent storage requirements for their data.

This is not a surprise as containers are designed to run stateless applications where data is removed as containers die. Stateless applications architecture today are applicable to 5-10% of Enterprise applications and they have to think of persistent storage solution as they adopt containers. And when they think of marrying their container strategy with multi-cloud plans, they clearly see a need for managing their applications and storage with consistent policies and single pane of glass that can deliver on the promise of containers and cloud portability. Additionally, Enterprises have to think about data management strategies because, without it, companies cannot truly adopt multi-cloud. Data backup, data portability, and DR are critical requirements that have to be addressed as part of any robust Kubernetes solution stack.

Simplify your multi-cloud persistent storage solution and deliver on the promise of easy application portability!

Watch the on-demand webinar on Persistent Storage for the Multi-Cloud. In this webinar, Michael Ferranti, VP, Marketing at Portworx and Anubhav Sharma from Nirmata discuss how you can simplify your persistent storage for your multi-cloud environments and demonstrate easy steps to port your applications and data across any cloud – private or public.

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