Ionir, a NYC-based container native software defined storage and data management platform, designed to support Kubernetes production workloads in private cloud, hybrid cloud, and multi-cloud deployments, raised $11m in funding.
The round was led by Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) alongside C5 Capital.
The company intends to use the funds to expand operations.
Led by Jacob Cherian, CEO, Ionir provides a cloud native storage and data management platform for Kubernetes, which combines high performance software-defined container-native storage and data management with data mobility to enable customers to build a single data cloud for their applications across all their infrastructure, anywhere.
The platform today provides the following capabilities:
- Fully virtualized persistent volumes with no practical size limit
- Data Teleport™ – Instantly copy or move volumes of any size across clouds
- Instant clones for data and application recovery
- Global deduplication and compression for efficiency at scale
- Fault tolerant and highly available