CEO and Co-Founder: Jeff Chou
Diamanti, a San Jose, Calif.-based developer of turnkey networking and storage appliances for Linux containers, exited stealth mode in April with $12.5 million in series A funding and a promise to build appliances for container-based storage. Two months later, the company unveiled support for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform powered by Kubernetes orchestration and Docker-formatted Linux containers. The new solution targets developers looking to build modern, containerized applications ready for production environments and to deploy applications to perform at scale.
Diamanti's turnkey appliance works via the open-source Kubernetes project to integrate with the Red Hat developer workflow so that users can specify their container networks, define storage volumes and deploy applications throughout their life cycles.