Simplifying App-Consistent Cloud Backup with Kaminario K2 and Commvault

  Kaminario and Commvault recently introduced an integrated backup and recovery solution to make flexible and speedy backup to any environment a breeze. Commvault IntelliSnap technology enables K2 app-consistent snapshot creation from the Commvault user interface in order to backup, recover or clone the data that resides in the K2 all-flash solution. Commvault software automates…

Four Steps to Unleashing the Full Potential of Your Database

  It’s hard to overstate the importance of application performance as the key driver for Organizations moving to the All-flash datacenter. Modern, cloud-era applications are built first and foremost with user experiences in mind.   Within applications, (almost) everything has to do with databases. Once you peel the top layer of applications, it’s obvious that…

Happy Valentine’s Day – Here’s to Another Year of Customer Success

At Kaminario, our biggest goal is to ensure customer success.  We aim to do so through the innovative products we deliver and follow that up with world class customer support. In addition, we take great pride in ensuring worry free customer success through our Kaminario Foresight program.   This Valentines day, we want to take…

Kaminario Employee FLASH Light – Derek Swanson

At Kaminario, we take pride in the people who make our technology, vision and company a reality. In December we launched the Kaminario FLASH light and introduced you to Kryselle Pinto.  Today, we’re excited to introduce you to Derek Swanson, Principal Architect. A bit about yourself and your role I have been part of the…

Reference Architecture for Running SQL Server on ESXi

  As a leader in the solid-state array market, one of Kaminario’s goals is to ensure easy and time-efficient adoption of our technology.  As a result, we’ve identified the need to provide best practices for running various workloads on the Kaminario K2 array. Our Solutions Engineering team is working on compiling step-by-step guides on the most technically…