Storage

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – NFS revisited

In my most recent 101 post on ReadWriteMany volumes, I shared an example whereby we created an NFS server in a Pod which automatically exported a File Share. [...]

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – ReadWriteMany NFS

Over the last number of posts, we have spent a lot of time looking at persistent volumes (PVs) instantiated on some vSphere back-end block storage. These PVs [...]

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, [...]

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StatefulSet

In my last post we looked at creating a highly available application that used multiple Pods in Kubernetes with Deployments and ReplicaSets. However, this was [...]

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – Deployments and ReplicaSets

In my previous 101 posts on Kubernetes Storage on vSphere, we saw how to create "static" persistent volumes (PVs) by mapping an existing virtual machine disk [...]

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101 – StorageClass

In the first 101 post, we talked about persistent volumes (PVs), persistent volumes claims (PVCs) and PODs (a group of one or more containers). In particular, [...]

Celebrating 20,000 #vSAN Customers – Thank you

Wow - more than 20,000 vSAN customers. What an amazing journey it has been. If you haven't seen it, vSAN license bookings grew over 50% year-over-year in Q1 [...]