Aerospike has announced two new deployments of its real-time data platform aimed at maximizing workflows. This announcement simplifies the management of data in disparate cloud environments while reducing the complexity and cost for customers.

Subbu Iyer, the CEO, of Aerospike, said, “Today’s announcements are further proof of Aerospike’s commitment to supporting a broader set of enterprise platforms being used today. With our certification of OpenShift and Aerospike Cloud Managed Services on Google Cloud Platform, customers can easily manage data across multi-cloud deployments in their operations where previously they were hindered by regulations, cost control, and talent availability that stalled innovation.”

OpenShift customers can deploy Aerospike in a familiar and standardized environment using OpenShift’s certification for Aerospike Kubernetes Operator 2.0. It is a certification that certifies that Aerospike complies with Red Hat’s interoperability, security, and lifecycle management standards. With Red Hat OpenShift, application lifecycle management is automated to increase security, provide tailored operations solutions, facilitate cluster management, and enable portability. OpenShift community users benefit from faster application delivery and greater productivity, as well as a reduction of infrastructure expenditures and risk.

The Aerospike Cloud Managed Service is now available to Google Cloud Platform customers for maximizing and maintaining their Aerospike platform. Integrating with Google’s architectural security and compliance best practices, the integration enables reduced risk and improved reliability. Multi-cloud environments provide customers and partners with operational efficiencies, faster deployments, and better innovation.