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Portworx and HPE Release New Solution for Rapid Deployment of Containerized Applications

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Portworx, the solution for running stateful containers in production, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced a solution based reference configuration that allows enterprises of all sizes to easily deploy, scale, and manage stateful container workloads. This new solution enables IT teams to deploy a scale out container platform on bare metal using a combination of HPE Synergy composable system, Kubernetes and Portworx’s cloud native storage platform. The result is a solution that can be rapidly deployed in 30 minutes or less, is highly container and storage elastic, and can scale to many nodes with bare metal performance.”

The release goes on, “As on-demand applications, such as Uber and Netflix, set the new standard for providing instantaneous responses to user needs, enterprises are moving to more efficient cloud-native and container-centric application architectures in order to meet increasing user demands for speed, reliability and performance. Moving applications to cloud native architectures gives enterprises more agility and the ability to quickly deliver innovative services to their customers. Working together, HPE and Portworx have encapsulated the best practices for deploying such an architecture along with deployment automation scripts and playbooks.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: Portworx

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