Kubernetes and Storage: A Move From Stateless to Stateful Infrastructure

Presented by

Josh Goldenhar, VP of Product Marketing, Lightbits Labs

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In this 30-minute webinar, we'll discuss how Containers are moving from a stateless micro-service oriented compute infrastructure to a stateful one - requiring persistent storage. Persistent storage for Kubernetes is readily available but persistent storage that performs like local NVMe flash, not so much. Participants will learn: • Why stateful applications are gaining ground in the container space • The types of stateful applications that benefit from Kubernetes orchestration • Shortcomings of "just use local flash", persistence is only part of the story • Why applications that are "shared nothing" and protect data themselves can still benefit from shared storage • How you can deploy high performance, low latency block storage in Kubernetes environments and get great performance, increased reliability and lower cost

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