Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – Failure Scenarios

We have looked at quite a few scenarios when Kubernetes is running on vSphere, and what that means for storage. We looked at PVs, PVC, PODs, Storage Classes, Deployments and ReplicaSets, and most recently we looked at StatefulSets. In a few of the posts we looked at some controlled failures, for example, when we deleted a Pod from a Deployment or from a StatefulSet. In this post, I wanted to look a bit closer at an uncontrolled failure, say when a node crashes. However, before getting into this in too much details, it is worth highlighting a few of the…

My highlights from KubeCon and CloudNativeCon, Day #3, Europe 2019

Today is the final day of KubeCon/CloudNativeCon here in Barcelona. I missed the morning keynotes as I was meeting with some of our DELL Technologies colleagues based here is Barcelona. They are working on something that is very cool, and I hope I’ll be able to share more with you later this year. Anyway, once at the event, these are some of the sessions I attended. I wanted to try and catch a few presentations that were not storage orientated today, simply to get a better idea of what is happening in the broader K8s community. The first of these…