Introduction to Portworx

Portworx is the cloud native storage company that enterprises depend on to reduce the cost and complexity of rapidly deploying containerized applications across multiple clouds and on-prem environments. With Portworx, you can manage any database or stateful service on any infrastructure using Kubernetes. You get a single data management layer for all of your stateful services, no matter where they run. 

We recently announced the availability of PX-Enterprise 2.0, the most significant new release to-date of our comprehensive cloud native storage and data management solution for running stateful containers in production. The two most significant updates are PX-Motion™ and PX-Central™. PX-Motion allows Kubernetes users to migrate application data and Kubernetes pod configurations between clusters enabling cloud migration, backup & recovery, blue-green deployments and more. PX-Central™ enables enterprises to manage their Kubernetes application data with embedded monitoring and metrics directly from the Portworx dashboard.

Together these updates empower enterprises to overcome the biggest barriers to hybrid- and multi-cloud adoption, as well as manage and protect containerized applications, including their mission critical data, from a single platform.
In this webinar, we will show you how PX-Enterprise can help accelerate your business while reducing infrastructure costs.  In particular you will learn:
  • Why PX-Enterprise is the leading cloud native storage platform for container environments and trusted in production by the Global Fortune 2000
  • How PX-Motion enables true multi- and hybrid-cloud operations by making data portable
  • How PX-Central eases the burden of operations monitoring and metrics
  • How you can start using PX-Enterprise 2.0 at the storage and data management layer of your container-based application platform

Date and time:

January 08, 2019
9:00 AM PT | 12:00 PM ET | 5:00 PM GMT


Eric Han
VP, Product Management at Portworx
Michael Ferranti
VP, Product Marketing at Portworx Portworx