Dynamically provisioning persistent local storage with Kubernetes
As I normally just Local-path from Rancher https://github.com/rancher/local-path-provisioner which is basically a wrapper around hostpath so from the application and container viewpoint it’s just a bind mount. Now I normally only use local-path for single node clusters and for distributed apps like database clusters which the application is making the data node redundant.
Cloud-Native distributed storage built on and for Kubernetes
For data must be protected, I use Longhorn https://longhorn.io/ which is basically iSCSI/NFS with replication.
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