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Fast and reliable bare-metal Kubernetes storage with StorPool’s persistent data storage for containers

07-29-2020 11:11 AM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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Persistent Storage for Bare Metal Kubernetes

Persistent Storage for Bare Metal Kubernetes

StorPool Storage launched persistent storage for scalable bare-metal Kubernetes. Bare metal cloud infrastructure is the next shift in the global IT industry in the search of simplicity and performance. Running cloud-native applications on bare metal clouds eliminates the virtualization layer. The applications are deployed in containers and run directly on the bare metal, storing the data on the persistent storage layer. The result is a radical simplification and improved data reliability.

With the new solution, launched by StorPool, companies around the world will be able to achieve numerous advantages for their containerized applications. The bare-metal Kubernetes storage enables companies to achieve better hardware utilization and decrease the spendings for infrastructure. This implementation of StorPool’s storage gives you the ability to run mixed applications and containers in a secure environment and take all of the benefits of software-defined technology.

In addition to the high-performance of the storage layer, the infrastructure and application performance accelerates even more, thanks to the low latency between workers and storage. When using Kubernetes on bare metal, you eliminate the virtualization layer, which often causes delays and is vulnerable to human mistakes. The complexity is decreased also because of the lack of multiple OS which needs to be managed and multiple software licenses, which also need to be tracked. Another benefit is the option to host more containers per server and achieve space savings.

The full list of benefits of persistent storage for bare-metal Kubernetes, together with a detailed step-by-step guide can be found in StorPool latest White Paper:

StorPool has a native integration with K8s through which persistent volumes are provided to the pods. This ensures that the on-premise Kubernetes clusters would utilize the fast and reliable persistent storage for their containers and databases or stateful applications and microservices. StorPool is a fully managed storage system that comes with advanced proactive monitoring and 24/7 mission-critical support. It includes system design assistance, hardware functional tests, stress-test, hardware performance tests that would facilitate the seamless deployment of bare-metal Kubernetes clusters. The company put its efforts in providing best-of-breed Kubernetes storage for the market and cover the rising need for persistent storage for containers.
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StorPool is the fastest software-defined block storage on the market, used by public and private cloud builders, enterprises, MSPs, SaaS, hosting, and cloud providers. It comes as software, plus a fully-managed data storage service that transforms commodity hardware into a fast, highly available, and scalable shared-storage system.

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