Pure Storage ® (NYSE: PSTG ), the IT pioneer in delivering storage as a service to meet the demands of a multi-cloud world, today unveiled an evolution of the company’s vision of modernizing the way customers work with data by modernizing infrastructure, operations and applications. Today’s announcements bring infrastructure and applications together, enabling cloud automation and storage delivery:
- Pure Fusion ™, a self-service, self-service storage platform as code built for unlimited scale, enables customers to take the cloud business model anywhere and run, operate and consume traditional storage as a cloud service.
- Portworx Data Services , the industry’s first Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) platform for Kubernetes, allows DevOps engineers to implement a production-grade managed data service with just one click. This gives software developers access to the database applications they need to develop, without having to become experts.
“Since our founding, Pure has delivered simplicity and reliability at scale, which businesses need more than ever as they increasingly adopt cloud-native architectures and modern applications like AI, machine learning and advanced analytics. software furthers our goal of making infrastructure invisible to developers by simplifying use and delivering it as a service,” says Charles Giancarlo, president and CEO of Pure Storage.
Pure is meeting the demands of modern business, delivering speed to the implementation, delivery and management of data infrastructure. With Pure, the infrastructure is automated, API-driven and transparent, and application developers optimize time with access to fully integrated database tools ready to carry out implementations.
“IT teams and their customers have evolved into ‘on demand’ cultures and the move to cloud and ‘as-a-Service’ has made speed and agility paramount. Storage needs to keep up with end-user expectations. That means make storage itself invisible, allowing users to easily consume the services they need and value, such as capacity, copying, and recovery,” says Eric Burgener, vice president of Research, Business Infrastructure Practice at IDC.