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Kaminario Expands Container Strategy; Announces Availability of Flocker Plug-in

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A new press release out of the company reports, “Kaminario, a leading all-flash storage company, today announced it has partnered with ClusterHQ to build a storage management plug-in for Flocker, an open source container data volume manager. This technology integration with ClusterHQ — the leading provider of container data management software – will allow customers to run and manage their containerized Docker environments onKaminario K2 all-flash storage system. As a result, they can now deploy applications quickly, consistency and reliably, while minimizing their operational app development overhead.”

Shachar Fienblit, CTO of Kaminario, commented, “IT departments and SaaS providers are challenged to launch new, innovative applications faster than ever before… Containers are gaining in popularity among them as they are looking to manage their dynamic workload with a scale-out infrastructure in the open source container-based environment. This technology integration will simplify businesses access to Kaminario K2 — a predictable, fast and scalable all-flash storage solution to meet the dynamic to meet the storage needs of today and tomorrow.”

The release adds, “A study from Docker found that 42 percent of organizations have deployed a database in a container. The growth of containers and container-based applications is on the rise and allows organizations to accelerate application development and quickly scale to meet customer demands. Without reliable storage systems that support legacy and modern applications like Kaminario K2, businesses will not benefit from deploying a container-based application environment.”

Read more at Kaminario.com.

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