Kubernetes is Everywhere – What About Cloud Native Storage?

Presented by

Nick Connolly, DataCore Software; Michael St-Jean, Red Hat; Pete Brey, Industry Consultant; Alex McDonald, SNIA CSTI Chair

About this talk

Organizations are adopting containers at an increasingly rapid rate. In fact, there are few organizations that haven’t implemented containers in their environment today. DevOps expect a flexible, seamless development, deployment and orchestration experience. With platform agnostic capabilities and a stateless container design, Kubernetes streamlines these processes – and with the contribution of persistent, cloud native storage, stateful information becomes reality along with advanced storage capabilities including features such as snapshots, rollbacks, etc. Storage implications for Kubernetes will be the topic of this live webcast where storage experts from the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) and Kubernetes experts from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) will discuss: • Key storage attributes of cloud native storage for Kubernetes • How do we use cloud native storage in Kubernetes environments? • Workloads and real-world use cases This webcast will help you better understand and address storage and persistent data challenges in a Kubernetes environment. After you watch the presentation, check out the Q&A blog https://bit.ly/KubernetesEverywhereQA

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