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. Diamanti’s virtualized, clustered approach to network and storage eliminates the cost and inefficiency associated with software overlays. Standard Linux network interfaces and NVMe block storage volumes deploy and configure in seconds using opensource Docker and Kubernetes.
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. Accelerate time-to-market to seconds for stateful containers via automated network and storage. Guarantee real-time service levels across isolated compute, network, and storage. Consolidate containers with 90% utilization using existing networks and software.
|Leading Verticals||Financials, Government & Education and Retail|
|Solution Classification||Cloud Management Platform|
Existing hyperconverged infrastructure was designed for hypervisors and did not anticipate the container revolution. Containers with existing infrastructure suffer from…
Diamanti integrates with Docker and Kubernetes to provide developer-friendly, open source APIs to fully automate application deployment with bare-metal compute, network, and storage resources. Diamanti guarantees the network and storage performance of Linux containers in real time using standard Linux interfaces without requiring device drivers or custom APIs.
|Enterprise Directory Integration||LDAP and Microsoft Active Directory|
|Performance and Scalability||
Each Diamanti D10 appliance provides 40 Gbps of network throughput and over 500K storage I/O operations per second, while scaling linearly as more nodes are added to a cluster. The D10 provides 100 microsecond shared storage latency in comparison to traditional SAN and iSCSI approaches taking several milliseconds.