Ready to build the next generation of enterprise applications on Microsoft Azure?

With Portworx Enterprise, Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service development teams can spend less time on storage and data management and more time driving innovation. Portworx Enterprise enables mission critical, stateful workloads, like databases and data analytics, to run on Azure with high performance and high availability throughout the entire application lifecycle.
Learn how Portworx can help you achieve high performance storage for stateful services on Azure Kubernetes Service with these resources:

Intro Guide to Portworx on Microsoft Azure

This guide will help you learn more about containers, why high performance storage, HA, DR, Backup and Security optimized for containers is critical for enterprise application deployments on Kubernetes, and how Portworx integrates with Azure Kubernetes Service. Read now
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A no brainer… running stateful applications on Kubernetes remains a challenge today, so enabling Portworx on our Kubernetes clusters helps to ease the burden… Esri saved six months of development time by using Portworx.””
– Adam Mollenkopf, Real-Time and Big Data Lead

ESRI relies on Portworx to provide persistent storage with replication, resilience, high availability, data encryption and disaster recovery for its new IoT service running on Azure Kubernetes Service.

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Tutorials

Learn how to run production databases for SQL Server, MongoDB, Cassandra, MYSql, and other leading databases on Azure Kubernetes Service with these how-to tutorials:

Setup Guides

Learn how to deploy Portworx on Azure Kubernetes Service:

Video Overviews

Why Choose Portworx?

Learn about the Portworx value proposition along with some of the differentiating features such as data mobility, application awareness and infrastructure independence.

Portworx 101

Learn the basics of Portworx and how it can enable your stateful workloads.

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