Diamanti brings to market the first appliance purpose built for containerized applications that combines the ease of hyperconverged infrastructure with the unparalleled performance and efficiency of bare-metal containers. With Diamanti, development and IT operations can:
n ACCELERATE time-to-market to seconds via automated network and storage resources integrated with container software
n GUARANTEE real-time service levels across isolated compute, network, and storage resources
n CONSOLIDATE containers with 90% utilization using existing networks and software
Diamanti’s virtualized, clustered approach to network and storage eliminates the cost and inefficiency associated with software overlays, delivering unparalleled container performance. Standard Linux network interfaces and NVMe block storage volumes deploy and configure in seconds using opensource software including Docker, Kubernetes, and Mesos. Low-latency block storage is built using NVMe, which requires roughly one-third the transactional CPU overhead of SCSI, delivering 100-microsecond read/write latency. Diamanti extends NVMe across the cluster using standard 10 Gb Ethernet, offering data mobility without compromise.
Developer-defined infrastructure policies integrated with Kubernetes and Docker container software allow promoting containers from development to production without guesswork and unpredictable application performance. Users can create networks and block storage volumes using Diamanti’s intuitive GUI, simple command line, or flexible REST API. Diamanti brings networking and storage close to the container, guaranteeing real-time service levels.
Diamanti automates control of isolation boundaries to deliver repeatable compute, network, and storage segmentation. Embedded performance queues within Diamanti’s appliance connect every container with their network and storage resources to provide dedicated I/O paths, eliminate noisy neighbors, and deliver predictable application performance. Role-based access control allows confident consolidation so that many developers can deploy high-performance applications simultaneously. Open source control points and APIs avoid vendor lock-in.
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