5 reasons why you should join the LINBIT Slack channel

Join our LINBIT Slack community

LINBIT has an excellent Slack community that can benefit you in many ways. Here are the top 5 reasons why you should join our community.   1. You learn as you go   By merely adding the channel to your Slack app, you are making a conscious effort to expand your knowledge. Just check on […]

LINBIT partners with Western Digital to support storage demands of AI technologies

LINBIT has partnered with Western Digital

  LINBIT has partnered with Western Digital – a partnership that will see LINBIT’s LINSTOR® software support OpenFlex™ to run across Kubernetes environments to support artificial intelligence (AI) and other performance-hungry containerized applications. Details of the partnership include: Western Digital’s OpenFlex platform provides the storage tools and resources for organizations taking a truly disaggregated approach […]

How SDS Platforms can reduce your capital and operational expenditures significantly

Software-defined storage industry – present and future Hardware-defined storage solutions are slowly becoming obsolete. The data is crystal clear: the future belongs to the software-defined storage (SDS). The Software-defined storage controller software or SDS-CS is a crucial part of the SDS environment. It’s responsible for most of the critical tasks, such as abstraction, orchestration, protection, […]

LINBIT Announces Piraeus Datastore – Software-Defined Storage for Kubernetes

Piraeus Datastore offers high performance, highly reliable SDS solution for Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes   San Diego, November 18., 2019 – LINBIT, the inventor of the open-source software DRBD™ and leader in Linux storage software, has announced the project “Piraeus Datastore”. Piraeus Datastore offers a fast, stable way for users to provide Persistent Volumes for […]

Containerize LINSTOR

LINBIT and its Software-Defined Storage (SDS) solution LINSTOR has provided integration with Linux containers for quite some time. These range from a Docker volume plugin, to a Flexvolume plugin, and recently, a CSI plugin for Kubernetes. While we always provided excellent integration to the container world, most of our software itself was not available as […]