Promark Technology to Distribute Portworx Enterprise Offering Under New Agreement

Ingram Micro subsidiary Promark Technology has entered into an agreement with Portworx to distribute the latter's enterprise offering to federal government customers through the General Services Administration's Advantage Schedule vehicle.

The Portworx Enterprise storage system houses hybrid cloud-data management tools and is designed to secure, protect and enable access to customer data, the company said Monday.

Portworx noted that Promark distributors may utilize the former's offerings to help customers streamline data migration, storage and security capacities through various environments.

“Portworx's growing partner ecosystem and new relationship with Promark Technology will progress how businesses ““ especially government agencies and global 2000 companies ““ approach containerized applications and provide another layer of support to ensure all stateful applications can run at scale,“ said Murli Thirumale, CEO and co-founder of Portworx.

The company has built over 20 partnerships with Cisco, Google, IBM, Microsoft and other software firms and is slated to launch a resource portal for containerized enterprise applications.

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