Kaminario Cloud Fabric

Software Defined Storage for Cloud Service Providers


Kaminario Cloud Fabric

Kaminario Cloud Fabric delivers enterprise-class, all-flash storage capability with the flexibility of software-defined infrastructure.  Leveraging the economics of commodity hardware and usage-based software pricing,  Cloud Fabric is a new paradigm for building cloud-scale datacenter strategies.


Disruptive Storage Economics

Build cloud-scale storage infrastructure at 1/3 the cost of equivalent service from AWS

What is Kaminario Cloud Fabric

Kaminario Cloud Fabric represents a new way to implement high performance data infrastructures, at cloud scale, with no compromise on technical capability.



Highly flexible scalability model allows datacenters to scale-up, scale-out, scale-in, scale-off to meet demands of your business



Embrace the autonomous datacenter with smart analytics, predictive support, and open framework for implementing datacenter level orchestration


Cost Efficient

Take full advantage of the commodity economics of industry standard hardware and usage based software pricing


No Compromise

Get the benefits of software-defined strategy with the proven capability of a world-class all-flash array platform

Analyst Opinion

Eric Burgener

Research Director, IDC

“This bold move to a software-only model increases Kaminario’s appeal to a broader set of customers than before without giving up any of the advantages of the appliance-based consumption model. Kaminario worked with channel partners to craft a go-to-market strategy that ensures that customers that still want storage appliances will have the same customer experience as before, but the addition of the software-only model provides additional flexibility that offers more choice and better economics for certain other types of customers, in particular cloud service providers.”

Scott Sinclair

Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group

“The public cloud has changed the way that service providers must think about delivering their own as-a-service offerings.  Service providers that want to be viable five years from now need to craft software-defined datacenter strategies that can compete with, or augment, AWS.”