Two-step into all-NVMe flash storage and composability

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451 Research recently did a dive into the latest NVMe and composable offering from all-flash storage pioneer, Kaminario.

This 451 review focuses on:

  • All-NVME Storage
  • Composable Storage
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Competitive landscape

Elad Gotfrid

Director of Production IT, eToro

“We see Kaminario as superior in technology. Performance was a big factor in our decision but so was the pricing model. Our ROI assessment includes variable block size, compression, deduplication, guaranteed capacity and readiness for future scalability. K2 is simply the complete package.”

James Price, Director of Product Development, Clearwater Analytics

“Our number one factor was the cost/GB. We felt that many of the pure flash arrays were either too costly or not production worthy. Kaminario impressed us as being both enterprise ready and cost effective.”

John Feldkamp

SVP, IT Services, Allant Group

“With Kaminario developers and customers can now spend less time working around slower disk and latency concerns. This gives us more options when it comes to scheduling work and end user activity.”