Kove software-defined memory delivers a provisionable resource right where it is needed — close to the core, improving performance and reducing cost.
Transform your data pipeline. Get more from less with Kove.
Even the latest server, switch, or storage array can't deliver the low latency demanded by exponential data growth. Kove puts your data in memory, right next to the core.
A single server with Kove and Red Hat® Virtualization, OpenShift, OpenStack, or bare metal can process the workload of 20 servers with competing solutions.
Memory and CPU cost 70% yet servers achieve 20-30% utilization. Provisionable memory unlocks CPU potential, giving you the same results with less infrastructure.
The closer data is to the CPU core, the faster it can process data.
Kove® External Memory allows the CPU access to unlimited memory right below the CPU cache. The result? Any data set can live in memory, close to the core, reducing processing time.
Admiral Grace Hopper stressed the importance of latency by relating it to distance.
Imagine driving a few blocks for groceries with Kove instead of New York City to Chicago, with storage. This is the Kove difference.
Exponential data growth demands a smarter approach than buying more hardware.
Kove provides the last missing piece of the software-defined stack, with a massively scalable, provisionable memory resource that meets the demands of any data center.
Virtualization and Containerization evolved the data center, providing efficient application and services delivery.
Together with Red Hat, Kove delivers the next evolution with Maximization, a solution that scales existing bare metal, virtualized, and containerized environments to even greater heights.
Try Kove’s Toolkit to gain a better understanding of your environment.
The Kove Toolkit enables you to examine memory and CPU utilization across the data center, giving you the business intelligence you need to make critical IT decisions.
Free yourself from limited server memory and overcommitted resources.
Scale memory on demand to your applications, virtual machines, containers, or clusters with Kove to meet the demands of any user, workload, or IO pattern.