Kubernetes has transformed the way modern applications are deployed. Using Kubernetes, teams can fully utilize techniques such as GitOps and CI/CD to deploy software in a truly agile manner. And while Kubernetes brings significant advances in scheduled workloads by default, Kubernetes persistent volumes are not ready for high-scale production workloads. Inconsistent features, expensive cloud storage, and poor performance can challenge operators of Kubernetes to run mission-critical persistent applications at scale.
Ondat brings peace of mind by offering production-ready Kube-Native persistent volumes. Ondat allows you to run your most mission-critical persistent applications within any Kubernetes cluster, either in the cloud or on-premises, without compromising reliability or performance. And by offering operators a single cohesive persistence layer for Kubernetes, their business data can finally move freely between platforms.
Make the magical MongoDB/Kubernetes mix enterprise-ready with Ondat
There are 175 million downloads that vouch for the strengths of MongoDB. Combining developer ease-of-use and extensive scaling options, the world’s leading document database is trusted by users across banking, healthcare, heavy industry, and more.
Running MongoDB on Kubernetes offers an even more powerful combination, with a host of additional operations benefits. Added to this, the efficiency of Kubernetes can reduce the costs of running Mongo by an order of magnitude when compared to hosted cloud alternatives and DBaaS offerings.
But is it enterprise-ready? The magical Mongo/Kube mix brings with it some challenges. Cloud-based storage and the ephemeral nature of the Kubernetes scheduler can make it difficult to deliver fully-hardened, production-ready applications. These difficulties become painfully apparent when write guarantees are used within MongoDB, to ensure data is correctly persisted to storage.
Ondat removes the pain, allowing MongoDB administrators to enjoy the significant operational benefits of Kubernetes without compromising on MongoDB performance or resiliency. With deterministic performance and storage operations that are orders of magnitude faster, Ondat makes Kubernetes an enterprise-ready MongoDB platform.