OpenShift Commons Briefing #67: GlusterFS and OpenShift (Tech Preview)
March 15, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Red Hat's Sayandeb Saha and Michael Adams, from Red Hat's Container Storage, Gluster Storage & Storage Management team discusses running a storage platform in Kubernetes pods. This is a game-changer not just for storage administrators but for application developers as well. This ground-breaking technology runs containerized Gluster (a mature distributed open source storage platform) inside Kubernetes and on Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform as a completely integrated solution, aggregating storage from local hosts (Kubernetes worker nodes) and serving it out to application containers. The solution integrates a fully-featured enterprise-grade storage platform with a wide variety of data services including snapshots, geo-replication, tiering, cloning, encryption; runs storage and compute containers on the same set of nodes, all provisioned, scaled and upgraded using Kubernetes.
The Briefing features a demo and a detailed roadmap for this solution.
Learn more at the next OpenShift Commons Gathering in Austin Dec 5th
Red Hatters, CNCF/Kubernetes project leads and numerous other members of the OpenShift Commons will be gathering together in Berlin for the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering co-located with Kubecon at the Austin Convention Center.
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