Are Containers Ready to Run NoSQL Databases?

NoSQL Databases Cassandra Webinar

Are Containers Ready to Run NoSQL Databases?

Adeesh Fulay, Director Products, Robin Systems, presents

On-Demand Webinar

Containers run N0SQL

The database is the quintessential data dependency for any application. Databases in production environments tend to be performance sensitive and expect consistent and predictable performance from their underlying infrastructure. On the other hand, databases in dev/test environments need to be fast, agile and portable.

Due to this paradox, production databases are typically deployed on bare metal servers for maximum performance and predictability. This often leads to underutilization of hardware, idle capacity, and poor isolation. On the other hand, dev/test databases are deployed on VMs which are fast to deploy, improve hardware utilization and consolidation, are fully isolated, and are easy to move across data centers and clouds, but suffer from poor performance, hypervisor overhead and unpredictability.

In this webinar, see containers run N0SQL databases – Understand:

  • How NoSQL databases like Cassandra can benefit from container technology
  • If the current storage systems can support containerized databases
  • How to alleviate data management challenges for large databases
  • How the Robin Containerization Platform can deliver bare-metal-like performance, while retaining all virtualization benefits

Robin Solution for NoSQL Databases such as Cassandra – Simple Application and Data Lifecycle Management

ROBIN Hyper-Converged Kubernetes Platform brings bare-metal-like performance, retains virtualization benefits, enables significant cost savings—all from the same management layer.

The platform transforms commodity hardware into a compute, storage, and data continuum where multiple applications can be deployed per machine to ensure the best possible hardware utilization.

Robin containerization platform provides 1 click deployment for traditional relational databases such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL and for modern ones such as NoSQL, MongoDB, and Cassandra. DBAs, DevOps engineers or developers simply choose which database to deploy while Robin completely automates infrastructure and data provisioning, monitoring and tracking of application topology—through its lifecycle, and day 2 operations—with Robin Application-to-Spindle QoS guarantee.

Users interact with Robin entirely at the database level and provision as well as manage the underlying infrastructure transparently.

  • Get bare-metal-like performance
  • Retain virtualization benefits
  • Enable cost savings
  • Manage everything from a single management layer

More about ROBIN Hyper-Converged Kubernetes Platform for NoSQL Databases Cassandra


Author Sheela Toor, Director of Product Marketing

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