Kubernetes portability with local NVMe performance
Persistent storage with no compromise on performance, resiliency and lower TCO
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So, you’re managing your application in a Kubernetes environment for scalability, ease of management, and portability. But your apps recommend local flash for best performance. Unfortunately, local flash conflicts with the portability philosophy of K8s and results in underutilized capacity and performance. How do you resolve the problem without having to make compromises between performance, portability, and cost-efficiency?
Lightbits LightOS and Intel provide a solution that provides low latency performance close to local flash while supporting the portability promise of K8s. It’s a cost-optimized storage platform for K8s built on standard TCP/IP network and your choice of standard servers. LightOS software-defined storage with a wide range of Intel technologies such as Intel® Xeon Scalable processors, Intel® Optane™ and Intel® Ethernet delivers a powerful storage solution for enterprises’ supporting high performance databases in a virtual or container-based environments.
In this Regcast, Sagy Volkov from Lightbits will explain to the Reg’s Tim Phillips why they believe Kubernetes developers can have it all with no compromises. You will hear:
The problems of reconciling portability and performance today
How LightOS and Intel Optane solve the problem--and with a lower TCO