Portworx PX-Series Features & Pricing

Explore the powerful capabilities of PX-Developer
and PX-Enterprise to see which is right for you.

General Features

Examine the key differences between Portworx products and get pricing. Many users start by testing PX-Developer, and then adopt PX-Enterprise VM or PX-Enterprise Metal when they move into production.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Cluster management CLI check check check
Intuitive Management GUI check check
Maximum nodes per cluster 3 1000 1000
Host type supported VM or bare metal VM Bare metal
Max volume capacity 1TB No limit No limit
Max containers supported per host 40 No limit No limit
Host capacity storage charge Only after 20 TB
Support Docs Business day support; 24×7 available Business day support; 24×7 available
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Volume Persistence

Don’t lose data when your container fails.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Create container-granular volumes check check check
Snapshot volumes check check check
Delete volumes check check check
Mount volume into container or pod check check check
Share a single read/write volumes across multiple containers (aka shared volumes) check check check
Automatic sorting of storage resources into class-of-service check check
Aggregate cluster capacity within and across nodes check check
Optional backup add-on: automatically back up to AWS S3, Azure, and Google with Portworx Cloud Snap™ check check
Scanning drives for media errors, alerting and repairing check

High Availability

Smart provisioning, replication, and failover keep your apps up.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Synchronous Replication check check check
Resize volumes on-demand check check
Cross-AZ / cross-rack failover check check
Support for AWS auto-scaling groups check check
Optional disaster recovery add-on: cluster asynchronously backed-up to offsite cluster check check

Scheduler-Based Automation

Deep integration with most popular container schedulers and automated deployment of Portworx itself.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Kubernetes native integration check check check
Mesos native integration check check check
Docker Swarm native integration check check check
PX deployable as a container check check check
Monitoring for device and hardware failure check check check

Anything, Anywhere

Consistently manage any database on any infrastructure.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Supported environments AWS, Google, Azure, on-prem data centers and all others
Supported operating systems Any Linux distro
Supported stateful services MongoDB, Cassandra, Redis, ElasticSearch, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Kafka, Couchbase, and any other database that runs on Linux
Supported stateful services Jenkins, WordPress, Jira, and any other application that writes state to disk

Data Security

Move fast, move securely.

PX-Developer PX-Enterprise
Container-granular access-control lists check check check
Audit logs of data access check check
Optional encryption add-on: encrypt volumes with BYOK integrated with Hashicorp Vault and AWS KMS check check

Learn More

Learn more

Download whitepapers, watch tutorial videos, and explore our documentation to learn more about how Portworx can power the data layer of your containerized applications.

Try PX-Developer

Run Portworx in under ten minutes

Portworx PX-Developer is free, easy-to-deploy container data services for developers and DevOps. In as little as 10 minutes, you can have a Portworx cluster up and running.

Try PX-Enterprise

Real world case study

Portworx PX-Enterprise is container data services for enterprises and IT ops. It include all of PX-Developer’s features, plus the tools you need to run containerized apps production.