On September 28

Pure//Launch Recap

If you missed it, Pure//Launch was about sharing the future of software defined data management and storage automation — where we’re taking our customers, and what we’re helping them leave behind.

We’re leaving behind

Storage that manages you. There’s still a lot of work going into storage management when there doesn’t have to be.

Provisioning that takes weeks to months. The more agile you want to be, the more waiting on provisioned storage becomes a bottleneck.

Storage that’s limited by your vendor’s software, and gets more limited over time.

We’re heading toward

Storage that manages itself. The future of storage management is…. no storage management at all, where storage admins can evolve into storage architects and automation engineers.

Self-service provisioning with no waiting and no bottlenecks—just breakthroughs.

Storage that’s enhanced by your software and your applications, and gets better over time.

The new innovations making this possible, all with interconnected benefits:

Pure Fusion. Our answer—the first and only in the market—to self-governing your storage through software and APIs. This is self-service all the way, scalable for massive enterprises and beyond. It’s not just software, though—there’s a slew of services on top to handle everything else, from architecting and blueprinting to change management.

Portworx Data Services. One-click container provisioning that moves at the speed of DevOps. Unleash their creativity and give them the flexibility to leverage open-source SQL and NoSQL databases with a click, all with a consistent operational experience regardless of the stack.

Pure1 Updates. The first as-a-service monitoring product of its kind, Pure1 is leveling up to manage containers in addition to your arrays. This is AIOps in action: see data SLAs, anticipate changes, proactively recommend actions, optimize applications, predict, forecast, and more.