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Joint Solutions to Increase Developer Productivity, Reduce Costs and Modernize Mission-Critical Workloads Such as Oracle Databases SAN JOSE, CA — August 22, 2019 – Robin.io, provider of the industry’s first Kubernetes solution, and Vexata, part of the StorCentric family of brands, a global leader in unified storage solutions, today announced a partnership to provide a...
In this tutorial, we will deploy Redis on OpenShift using Helm with a single command, load data in the database, and register the Helm release as an application with Robin Storage.
In this tutorial, we will create a snapshot of the Redis database that is deployed on OpenShift. We will then restore the database state using the roll back to a point-in-time snapshot feature.
In this tutorial, we will create a clone of the Redis database that is deployed on OpenShift. We will then make changes to the clone and verify that the original database has remained unaffected by changes that were done to the clone.
Enterprises are rapidly moving to containers to develop and run their applications. Containers may themselves be simple technology, but as hundreds of applications are containerized into microservices across an enterprise, thousands of containers are being created and deployed.
In this tutorial, we will deploy a MySQL database on OpenShift using Helm with a single command, load data in the database, and register the MySQL Helm release as an application with Robin Storage.
In this tutorial, we will create a snapshot of the MySQL database that is deployed on OpenShift. We will then restore the database state using the roll back to a point-in-time snapshot feature.
In this tutorial, we will deploy a PostgreSQL database on OpenShift using Helm with a single command, load data in the database, and register the PostgreSQL Helm release as an application with Robin Storage.
Deploy an ElasticSearch database on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) using Helm and load data in the database.
Create a snapshot of the ElasticSearch database that has been deployed on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). Then restore the database state using the roll back to a point-in-time snapshot feature.