Section announced support for persistent volume storage in its distributed, multi-cloud platform, enabling developers to rapidly deploy even the most complex Kubernetes workloads globally.

This enables organizations to easily optimize and scale service according to local demand, while directing traffic to the most appropriate endpoints for performance and availability at cloud service providers worldwide.

With the new release of Persistent Volumes, Kubernetes users can provide state-independent data storage across capsules and containers to support databases like PostgreSQL and MySQL, document or object stores, and more.

“Effectively orchestrating distributed applications and storage is devilishly complex. But not with Section. We’re giving organizations simple access to a global platform so they can quickly deploy and scale – even for complex environments that require Persistent Volumes – freeing up valuable development time and resources.”

said Stewart McGrath, Section’s CEO.

Developers deploy on Section’s multi-cloud, clusterless platform using Section’s web-based console or standard open-source tools (like Helm, YAML or kubectl), setting simple policy-based rules to automate global orchestration. While typical workloads can readily use ephemeral storage as needed, Persistent Volumes can now be created dynamically through a Persistent Volume Claim.

Section’s distributed cloud-native compute platform allows application developers to focus on business logic while enabling their software to behave as if it runs everywhere, is infinitely scalable, always available, maximally performant, completely compliant, and efficient with compute resources and cost.

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