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Portworx provides scale-out storage for containers. Portworx storage is delivered as a container that is installed on your servers. Portworx technology:

  • Allows data services to be driven by DevOps.
  • Provides container granular persistent data volumes.
  • Provides enterprise grade production features such as container granular HA, snapshots, encryption and shared namespaces.
  • Enables applications to run multi-cloud with any scheduler.
  • Manages storage that is directly attached to servers, from cloud volumes, or provided by hardware arrays.
  • Is radically simple.

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Portworx technology is available as PX-Developer and PX-Enterprise.

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PX-Developer

PX-Developer is free, easy-to-deploy scale-out storage for developers. If you’re running workloads under your desk and want to be free of managing hardware or need container-granular storage, check out PX-Developer.

PX-Developer features:

  • Scale-out storage deployed as a container
  • Container-granular controls
  • Distributed file access
  • Command-line interface
  • Support for up three servers per cluster and 1 TB per volume
  • Requires an etcd or Consul key/value store


PX-Enterprise

PX-Enterprise is for DevOps and IT ops teams managing storage for containerized workloads. PX-Enterprise provides multi-cluster and multi-cloud support, where storage under management can be on-premise or in a public cloud like AWS.

  • Scale-out storage deployed as a container
  • Shared volumes, where multiple containers can share a single filesystem
  • Container granular storage operations that work on any cloud, such as
    • Container volume granular snapshots
    • Container volume granular CoS
    • Container volume granular encryption
    • Container volume granular access controls and quota management
  • Multi-cluster visibility and management
  • Distributed file access
  • Web management console with role-based access
  • Command-line interface
  • RESTful API for automation and statistics

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