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Robin enables “as-a-service” experience for PostgreSQL on OpenShift PostgreSQL is one of the most popular operational databases that powers critical business applications across the enterprise. OpenShift is the leading container management platform for the enterprise. Quite naturally, there is great interest in simplifying PostgreSQL operations on OpenShift to achieve productivity gains and cost savings. There...
5 Reasons to Run Databases on Robin and OpenShift Improve developer productivity Free up DBAs time Fix customer issues faster Improve hardware utilization Achieve Multi-cloud portability Simple one-click experience for Day 2 operations Enterprises are rapidly moving to containers to develop and run their applications. Containers themselves may be simple technology, but as hundreds of...
Robin.io automates the deployment and life cycle management of complex data- and network-intensive application pipelines as a service, including the demanding requirements of 5G service delivery. We recently announced our work with Intel OpenNESS (Open Network Edge Services Software), an open-source software initiative from Intel to create new applications and services for 5G. OpenNESS microservices...
Financial services leaders have often been on the forefront of innovation as the business climate has changed over time.  In the recent era of digital transformation, this dynamic has become truer than ever, requiring even more fundamental shifts in how they do business. The ability to bring new products and services to market, and respond...
There’s a Latin phrase: omne trium perfectum. It suggests that everything that comes in threes is perfect.  In our case, three good things have come from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  Robin.io is pleased to announce that we have received three new patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the first quarter...
In the previous blog, we described how application pipelines—a sequence of software applications that are chained together to help an organization achieve a high-level business outcome—give enterprises and telcos great power and flexibility to address business challenges. Unfortunately, application pipelines bring challenges of their own. All of the applications that make up application pipelines must...
Are your networks ready for Cloud-Native 5G, Edge, IoT at Global Scale? Solution built by Intel and Robin.io powers MNOs to grow networks, deploy 5G Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) around the world are facing a brave new world of bandwidth demands, device proliferation, and platform complexity: Today’s mobile devices demand an order of magnitude increase...
As enterprises adopt software-defined solutions, we’re beginning to hear more about “application pipelines.” What are application pipelines, why are they attracting attention, and how do they help businesses solve problems?  What is an application pipeline? The term “pipeline” probably brings to mind a linear series of conduits that deliver water, sewage, oil or gas from...
Robin.io Elastic Stack Blog: Part 3 Note: This blog is Part 3 in a three-part series. If you missed either of the first two blogs, you can view Part 1 here, and Part 2 here.  Many organizations have already made the move from bare metal or VMs to Kubernetes to modernize their Elastic Stack deployments....
Robin.io Elastic Stack Blog: Part 2 Note: This blog is Part 2 in a three-part series. If you missed the first blog, you can view it here. Kubernetes is revolutionizing how many enterprises have been managing their bare metal or VM-based Elastic Stacks. Containerizing an Elastic Stack and running it on Kubernetes promises automated deployment,...