Menu

M2M FEATURE NEWS

Red Hat Speeds Cloud-Native Development with Unified Hybrid Cloud Storage

By Chrissie Cluney February 25, 2020

According to a recent announcement, Red Hat, a provider of open source solutions, has released the Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4. This product reportedly is designed to deliver an integrated, multi-cloud experience to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform users.

“Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage holds considerable promise as the default storage option for OpenShift customers,” said Eric Sheppard, Research VP, IDC.

The company said that OpenShift Container Storage 4 builds on more than three years of rapid adoption by customers worldwide looking for a consistent storage experience for a wide variety of data-centric applications across the open hybrid cloud.

“When you work in a complex business environment, a key priority is to increase resilience and improve reliability at every layer of the technology stack,” said Francesco Giannoccaro, head, HPC and Infrastructure, Public Health, England. “The advantage of using OpenShift Container Storage is the ability to have an integrated environment with persistent storage and shared volumes across multiple pods and containers, without going through complex configurations. The level of resilience and reliability is very high compared to alternative scalable storage solutions, and we're confident that the portability and simplicity built into OpenShift Container Storage can provide the breadth of data services to developers in a true hybrid cloud experience, to enable robust development cycles and greater productivity.”

This product’s release empowers a first-class developer experience across footprints where the company’s platform is available. This product is for developers who are building cloud-native applications or lifting and shifting legacy applications.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 is designed to assist the acceleration of application development workflows through optimization with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. This enables developers to dynamically provision their own storage from within the platform without requiring storage expertise.

“As the container storage market continues to evolve rapidly, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4, brings to bear solutions for the biggest challenges facing customers today. The integration with Rook.io Operator advances us towards the industry vision of fully self-managed, self-healing storage services delivered through Kubernetes,” said Ranga Rangachari, VP and GM, Storage, Red Hat.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Related Articles

Beyond the Closet, Connecting to IoT

By: Gary Audin    11/11/2020

Two challenges arise when considering cable based IoT.

Read More

Banyan Security Enhances Secure Remote Access for Engineering Resources

By: Ken Briodagh    10/27/2020

Banyan's Continuous Authorization Can Grant or Revoke Access to Sensitive Engineering Environments and Applications in Real-time Based on TrustScore

Read More

Senet Eyes RAN Partnerships as Key to Delivering Network Services for Massive IoT

By: Arti Loftus    10/21/2020

To meet the challenges that come with providing network connectivity for IoT solutions, Senet is executing a strategy for massive IoT that will be bui…

Read More

mimik Selected by 5G Open Innovation Lab to Drive Early Adoption of 5G

By: Ken Briodagh    10/15/2020

mimik's patented Hybrid Edge Cloud platform will boost the performance and reduce the cost of 5G Networks

Read More

5G Sets New Standards for Vertical Industries' IoT Connectivity

By: Special Guest    10/13/2020

As 5G rolls out across the world, vertical industries across IoT are working on additional standards to make the technology suitable for their industr…

Read More