Kubernetes Storage on Azure 2 of 3 – Portworx

In the previous post, we have discussed built-in storage classes on Azure Kubernetes. Further to that, we will examine some third-party software defined storage (SDS) options that are compatible with Azure Kubernetes Service in this post. Then we take Portworx on Azure as an example. Although, these options are specific to Azure, most of the … Read moreKubernetes Storage on Azure 2 of 3 – Portworx

Kubernetes Storage on Azure 1 of 3 – built-in storage and NFS

In the previous post, we understand that to host stateful workload, we need to manage persistent storage to the Kubernetes platform. In this post, I will explore the different storage options. These options are specific to Azure Kubernetes service. However, the principals apply to any Kubernetes platform regardless of cloud vendor. In another old post, … Read moreKubernetes Storage on Azure 1 of 3 – built-in storage and NFS

Kubernetes Storage Explained – from in-tree plugin to CSI

To support a variety of storage backend, Kubernetes abstract storage issues with several objects (volume, persistent volume, persistent volume claim, storage class) and adopts container storage interface. Unfortunately, the documents are not very well organized to deliver the idea of these concepts, most likely because features are introduced at very different times. Hence this article. … Read moreKubernetes Storage Explained – from in-tree plugin to CSI

Basic Resource Object in Kubernetes 2 of 2

We continued from previous posting about resource object, starting from storage related ones. In Kubernetes, we use the term volume to refer to a section storage device. There are many plugins, compliant to Container Storage Interface (CSI), to allow heterogeneous storage resources to be surfaced as volumes in Kubernetes. CSI allows storage driver to operate … Read moreBasic Resource Object in Kubernetes 2 of 2