Persistent data implications for apps and microservices

Presented by

Michael St-Jean, Principal Product Marketing Manager - Storage, Red Hat

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As organizations strive to transform their business, cloud-native application and microservices development has gained popularity and adoption. However, delivering on ever-shrinking timelines, and being more adaptive and innovative in developing these cloud-native apps requires a different approach and platform to design, develop, and deploy solutions. Containers have been gaining an overwhelming acceptance for such workloads due to the agility and flexibility they offer to dev/ops communities. Still, many operations teams have overlooked the important role of the underlying storage infrastructure prior to deploying the container-based environment. Stateful applications require persistent storage, and while there are several ways to provide persistent volumes to containers, delivering a cutting-edge dev/ops platform with an archaic, clumsy storage platform can seriously impede success. Today’s development teams need software-defined, container-based storage that is easy to use, highly available, flexible, and allows for faster development cycles for their stateful applications and services.

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