Robin.io and Vexata have joined hands to help enterprises modernize their data infrastructure. As part of the alliance, the companies have introduced a line of joint solutions including the Vexata Active Data Architecture with ROBIN Platform.

These solutions integrate ROBIN Platform, a storage and Hyperconverged Kubernetes solution with Vexata, a scalable all flash NVMe storage solution. They are aimed at increasing developer productivity, reduce costs and modernize mission-critical workloads such as Oracle Database.

The Vexata Active Data Architecture with ROBIN Platform is an enterprise solution that is said to bring 10X scale and performance increases to both analytics and OLTP workloads. The embedded ROBIN Platform extends Kubernetes with built-in storage, networking, and application management to deliver a production-ready solution for Oracle databases and its ecosystem of applications such as WebLogic Server, Oracle RAC, EBS, etc.

ROBIN is said to automate the provisioning and management of Oracle databases so that you can deliver an “as-a-service” experience with 1-click simplicity to developers, DBAs, and BI teams. Vexata with ROBIN accelerates the full range of Oracle workloads including OLTP and DW/OLAP, random and sequential, ingest and backup/recovery by 10X compared to today’s leading all-flash arrays, the companies said.

Robin.io will soon roll-out a joint solution with ROBIN Platform and Nexsan, also part of the StorCentric family, which offers unified storage, block storage and secure archiving.

This and future joint ROBIN and StorCentric solutions will target a range of data-intensive verticals including finance, healthcare and media as well as StorCentric’s 1,000+ partners.

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