SoftIron HyperDrive makes scale-out storage available to the enterprise by offering a hyperconverged appliance that delivers upstream Ceph-based enterprise data services (block, file, and object) that can be managed by traditional IT operations engineers and consumed by traditional enterprise applications and by distributed microservices-driven cloud-native apps.

Torsten Volk (EMA) and Andrew Moloney (SoftIron) discuss how the rise of Kubernetes and microservices increases the need for scale-out storage- and data services and talk about how SoftIron HyperDrive made Ceph available for the masses. SoftIron’s HyperDrive Storage appliance has been selected by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) to receive a Top 3 Award in their “EMA Top 3 Enterprise Decision Guide 2020” report. HyperDrive was selected as a leading storage solution in the “Hybrid Cloud Management – Enterprise Data Services” category for the awards. The report recognizes vendors that have excellent alignment with the key customer challenges identified by EMA.

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