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Managing data within Kubernetes becomes more complex as workloads increase. According to a new report from The Evaluator Group, “To host stateful applications such as databases deployed on containers, persistent storage must be provided. And if they are enterprise applications, they require the same enterprise storage features as applications running on VMs and bare metal.” The ionir platform provides this data services layer specifically for Kubernetes. The Kubernetes-native data services platform offers persistence, protection, replication, global deduplication, compression and other data services that are required to effectively scale enterprise apps in Kubernetes.