Edge Computing

June 26, 2019

Kmesh to Deliver Lustre-Based Data Orchestration to the Kinetic Edge Alliance

Kmesh.io, the technological leader in multi-cloud and edge data orchestration, today announced that it has joined the Kinetic Edge™ Alliance (KEA)—an industry alliance of leading software, […]
May 23, 2019

Kmesh Presents ‘Lustre on Public Clouds’ at LUG 2019

If you were unable to attend LUG 2019, the Lustre User Group conference hosted by OpenSFS, you missed an insightful presentation given by Vinay Gaonkar, Co-founder […]
April 25, 2019

Next-Gen Network Devices Will Be Data Flow-Aware

You think those routers, switches and firewalls deployed throughout your network are smart today? Well, as the saying goes, ‘You ain’t seen nothing yet.’ That’s because, […]
April 8, 2019

Kmesh vs. NetApp Cloud Volumes: The Difference is Staggering

There’s good reason why NetApp is trying to fight outside its weight class and stake claim to an area where it has little relevance—the cloud. The […]
February 26, 2019

Stop Worrying about Storage for Kubernetes in the cloud: Focus on the Data

Talking about storage instead of data misses the point. There’s good reason why Gartner continuously publishes their ‘Hype Cycle’ reports about new technologies and/or new applications […]
February 1, 2019

Best Practices: Integrating Stateful Application Data into Kubernetes at the Edge

Kubernetes face multiple challenges in addressing data, storage, and distribution of data for containerized apps in the cloud…specifically, how to merge stateful app data with stateless app functions so that containerized apps can operate at the Edge without any performance restrictions or scenario limitations.
December 5, 2018

Kmesh Lustre-powered filesystem for Multicloud and Edge with Data Sync

If you consider the heavy use of Lustre in the world of HPC, it is clearly the best choice for extension into a cloud-based HPC service. Lustre is the main file system for 3 of the 5 Top supercomputers in the world, and over half of all supercomputers use Lustre. To appreciate just how powerful and fast Lustre is, consider that Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s supercomputer runs Lustre and has more than 25,000 clients, over 10PB of storage, and aggregate IO throughput of 250 GB/sec.
December 5, 2018

Kubernetes + Kmesh: Orchestration for both Apps + Data

If you are new to container orchestration or data orchestration, you can think of Kubernetes and Kmesh as the ‘Peanut Butter & Jelly’ of container and data orchestration. The two technologies complement each other perfectly to enable a wide range of containerized application use cases. With Kmesh integrating easily to Kubernetes via the Kubernetes data API, users can benefit from the joint solution very quickly.
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