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Kaminario Powers the Private Cloud with Support for OpenStack
Posted: Mon Oct 24, 2016 04:13:10 PM


NEEDHAM, Mass., Oct. 24, 2016 – Kaminario, a leading all-flash storage company, today announced expanded integration for OpenStack®, the most widely deployed open-source software for building clouds. The integration allows customers to fully leverage Kaminario K2 all-flash storage array using OpenStack Cinder to build highly scalable storage infrastructure that delivers the performance and cost efficiency to support today’s on-demand applications. As a result, customers looking to adopt an open-source platform can leverage the industry’s most agile all-flash storage platform to support dynamic cloud environments, while reducing costs and increasing overall efficiency.

“As the private cloud market continues to grow in complexity, IT organizations are looking for flexible and efficient solutions to manage their IT systems,” said Shachar Fienblit, CTO, Kaminario. “This Cinder driver will provide enterprises looking for a standard platform for private cloud deployments to better manage Kaminario K2 and optimize workloads, reduces costs and ease customer storage pain points.”

“Our User Survey consistently shows that OpenStack users are interested in operational efficiency,” said Mark Collier, COO of the OpenStack Foundation. “Kaminario is focused on addressing this through flash storage, and we are excited about the contributions they can make to our community.”

Key benefits of Kaminario’s support for OpenStack include:

  • Scalability: Scale-up and scale-out architecture that complements the flexibility and agility of the private cloud environment
  • Data Reduction: Increase cost savings with Kaminario’s inline data reduction features, including compression and deduplication
  • Assurances: Gain business assurances through Kaminario K-Assured™ program, aimed to address common purchasing concerns around cost, performance, availability and scalability.

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