Kubernetes: How to Persistent Storage

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  • hetzner-k3s

    A CLI tool to create and manage Kubernetes clusters in Hetzner Cloud using the lightweight distribution k3s by Rancher.

    Instead of kube spray, check out https://github.com/vitobotta/hetzner-k3s - it’s the easiest and fastest way to create clusters in Hetzner cloud (I’m the author)

  • local-path-provisioner

    Dynamically provisioning persistent local storage with Kubernetes

    With any of those tools, you'd implement a network storage on top of a network storage. I would go with mouting few volumes per node +local storage like (https://github.com/rancher/local-path-provisioner).

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