Storage

The Unexpected Kubernetes: Part 2: Volume and Many Ways of Persisting Data

Thoughts on Kubernetes design choices, complexity, and usability

Sheng Yang
Sheng Yang
event October 11, 2018
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What's new in Kubernetes 1.12

A look at some of the highlights in the upcoming Kubernetes 1.12 release.

Jan Bruder
Jan Bruder
event September 24, 2018
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The Unexpected Kubernetes: Part 1: PV, PVC, Storage Class and Provisioner

Thoughts on Kubernetes design choices, complexity, and usability

Sheng Yang
Sheng Yang
event September 20, 2018
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Announcing Project Longhorn v0.3.0 Release

Project Longhorn v0.3.0 Release

Sheng Yang
Sheng Yang
event August 23, 2018
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RancherVM Live Migration with Shared Storage

Live migration of virtual machines is now supported by RancherVM. Learn how to setup shared storage and run VM migration to different hosts.

James Oliver
James Oliver
event May 29, 2018
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Project Longhorn Now Available on Kubernetes

Since we announced Project Longhorn last year, there has been a great deal of interest in running Longhorn storage on a Kubernetes cluster. Today, I am very excited to announce the availability of Project Longhorn v0.2, which is a persistent storage implementation for any Kubernetes cluster. Once deployed on a Kubernetes cluster, Longhorn automatically clusters all available local storage from all the nodes in the cluster to form replicated and distributed block storage.

event March 27, 2018
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Winning Hackathons, DevOps-Style!

Recently, I moved to New York City. As a new resident, I decided to take part in the NYC DeveloperWeek hackathon, where our team won the NetApp challenge. In this post, I’ll walk through the product we put together, and share how we built a CI/CD pipeline for quick, iterative product development under tight constraints. The Problem: Have you ever lived or worked in a building where it’s a pain to configure the buzzer to forward to multiple roommates or coworkers?

event August 3, 2017
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Block Storage, Object Storage, and File Systems: What They Mean for Containers

One of the things that often surprises administrators when they first begin working with Docker containers is the fact that containers natively use non-persistent storage. When a container is removed, so too is the container’s storage. Of course, containerized applications would be of very limited use if there were no way of enabling persistent docker container storage. Fortunately, there are ways to implement persistent storage in a containerized environment. Although a container’s own native storage is non-persistent, a container can be connected to storage that is external to the container.

event June 14, 2017
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Rancher 1.6 - EBS Support, Secrets, and CLI Enhancements

We’ve just released Rancher v1.6, the latest version of our container management platform. While we still recommend that production or mission-critical deployments use our most recent stable release, we’re excited to share what’s new in v1.6. In this release, we’ve built greater control for our users over their storage and secrets. Validating EBS Support We first implemented support for EBS before Rancher itself was even generally available, but in v1.

event May 4, 2017
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DockerCon 2017 – Thoughts and Impressions

We’ve just returned from DockerCon 2017, which was a fantastic experience. I thought I’d share some of my thoughts and impressions of the event, including my perspective on some of the key announcements, while they are still fresh in my mind. New open source projects Container adoption for production environments is very real. The keynotes on both days included some exciting announcements that should further accelerate adoption in the enterprise as well as foster innovation in the open source community.

event April 21, 2017
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