What is your approach to managing containers? Select all that apply.

Using CSI plug-ins to support containers with existing infrastructure18%

Hosting all container apps in public cloud using native cloud storage55%

Using container native storage such as Portworx, MayaData, OpenEBS, Rancher7%

Have not figured it out18%

Other (please comment below)1%


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vp information technology in Consumer Goods, 51 - 200 employees
Newer, more agile approach.....
We support containers in hybrid multi-cloud. We are seeing companies deploying container technologies on site and simultaneously in clouds for application mobility where Hammerspace supports persistent mobility of all the data (Dbs and File) across all the cloud and non-cloud sites.  this brings the data closer to the apps and users - very important in the new remote teams environment.

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Patch management: to reduce attack surface and avoid system misconfigurations39%

Malware and ransomware prevention: to protect endpoints from social engineering attacks58%

Malware and fileless malware detection and response: to protect against malicious software49%

Threat Hunting: to detect unknown threats that are acting or dormant in your environment and have bypassed the security controls33%

Not planning to change endpoint security strategy10%



CTO in Software, 201 - 500 employees
Without a doubt - Technical Debt! It's a ball and chain that creates an ever increasing drag on any organization, stifles innovation, and prevents transformation.
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