Accelerate Your Data
in the Azure Cloud

See up to 10x better performance of mission-critical databases on Azure

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Game Changing Performance For Azure

Boost performance and do more of what the cloud does best. Provision perfectly and make
the most of every resource. Cut costs and keep growing like crazy. With Silk, life in the cloud is easy

Up To 10x Higher
Performance and Scale

Run any workload much faster
without the need to refactor

Higher Resiliency
and Availability

Your database are always-on

Better Cost

Optimize your database
footprint and compute while
reducing licensing costs

Lightning-Speed For Any Database On Azure

Never compromise on your performance

Decouple the relationship between capacity and performance. Enjoy services such as deduplication, data reduction, thin provisioning, and zero-footprint snapshots.

Inconsistent Block Size? Get Consistent Performance

If your databases generate a wide array of IO sizes, you might worry that this will clog the flow of data and hinder their performance in the Azure cloud. But Silk’s patent-protected technology allows for consistent low latency and high performance completely independent of Read/Write block size or pattern. No matter what your workloads consist of – whether transactional or analytic workflows – you’ll get the same consistent experience for your databases in Azure.

Performance, Performance, Performance

Oracle on Azure – Throughput
Throughput MB/s
IOPS Per Volume

Silk on Microsoft Azure Premium v2
Over 11 9s of Durability

Streamline your cloud operations with unmatched availability (up to 75% reduction in downtime) and the most robust suite of enterprise data services to reduce cost and complexity. With the option to deploy Silk on Microsoft Azure Premium v2, your applications can benefit from the resiliency of Azure’s newest offering, adding Silk’s performance, availability, and enterprise data services.

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Why Silk

Ultra High

Run up to 10x faster and
shorten run time


Avoid inconsistency and
performance degradations


Support constantly
changing workloads


Avoid waste
of IOPS provisioning