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Red Hat shifts automated data pipeline into OpenShift

Red Hat today released OpenShift Container Storage 4.5 to deliver Kubernetes services for cloud-native applications via an automated data pipeline.  Mike Piech

Druva pushes Kubernetes container protection into beta

Druva is adding backup for Kubernetes-orchestrated containers, as it aims to be a one-stop shop for data protection needs The service, currently in beta,...

Pure Storage buys Portworx for $370m

Pure Storage is buying Portworx, the container storage software startup, for $370m in cash. Update. Pure Storage says it is buying Portworx. 16 September...

VMware adds files, objects and more in vSAN two-step

VMware is extending Kubernetes capabilities by offering third party integration hooks to vSAN. The company today also announced the next vSAN update will add file services and...

NetApp aims to make ONTAP Kubernetes-native

An internal effort to containerise NetApp's ONTAP is leading to a cloud-native version of the operating system. NetApp’s Project Astra is focused on developing...

Robin.io automates stateful Kubernetes migrations

Kubernetes enables stateless containerised app movement between clouds but not stateful ones. Each cloud has its own method of automation, deployment, and monitoring for stateful apps -...

Nutanix hooks Calico into Karbon 2.1 Kubernetes management tool

Nutanix's goal for Karbon, a management app for Kubernetes, is to provide an integrated all-in-one framework to build and run containerised apps. That way, customers can go...

Commvault integrates Hedvig with HyperScale X appliance

Commvault has rejigged its product lines to better match market needs. The company has separated components for data protection, disaster recovery and data management tasks, and has...

Kubernetes is in a bit of state about state

Kubernetes is "four to five years away" from being a stable distribution capable of running stateful apps, according to Redis Labs chief product officer Alvin Richards.

IBM details storage portfolio for AI infrastructure

IBM has launched the Elastic Storage System (ESS) 5000 and updated Cloud Object Storage (COS) and Spectrum Discover as part of a new AI storage portfolio.