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Kaminario Launches Software-Defined Composable Data Platform, Cloud Fabric

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Kaminario, a leading cloud storage software company, today announced it is entering the cloud service provider market with the availability of Kaminario Cloud FabricTM, a new software-defined storage offering. Cloud Fabric leverages the same composable data platform behind Kaminario’s all-flash storage appliance, the Kaminario K2. Kaminario’s composable data platform incorporates the VisionOS software operating platform and the Clarity analytics suite. Cloud Fabric delivers software-defined agility with the proven technology capability and enterprise-class features that earned Kaminario K2 the highest ranking in three out of five use cases compared to 19 all-flash arrays evaluated in Gartner’s 2017 Critical Capabilities Report.”

The release goes on, “The software-defined datacenter (SDDC) is a key enabler to delivering next-generation cloud services. While a small group of hyper scale service providers have pioneered the SDDC concept with their own proprietary engineering efforts, the level of technology investment required is not practical for the vast majority of enterprise or cloud service provider IT organizations. Kaminario Cloud Fabric provides a path for cloud service providers to embrace the SDDC paradigm without developing their own proprietary data management software stack. Cloud Fabric complements Kaminario’s K2 appliance with a new software-only consumption model.  Cloud Fabric customers will receive access to Kaminario’s composable data platform through a simple, enterprise-wide, usage-based software license.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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