Container Attached Storage (CAS)— A video primer

I had the opportunity to speak at SNIA conference recently about the new architecture for cloud native storage — Container Attached Storage.

CAS- SNIA Conference

The video session is posted at-

SNIA session slides are posted at- Slides

OpenEBS is being used at hundreds of deployments and is famously known for how fast the user can bring up the storage for a stateful application on Kubernetes. Evan Powell also discussed more details about CAS at the CNCF blog post — here is a summary of CAS and benefits.

Summary of CAS

  • Data for stateful applications is containerized so that the data pods can be managed and orchestrated natively by Kubernetes

  • Each stateful workload can have a dedicated storage controller, thereby increasing the policy flexibility to the maximum

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With OpenEBS 0.6 release, we have added support for snapshots and clones. OpenEBS is still the easiest cloud-native storage solution for Kubernetes today. Installation is as simple as running a helm chart. Provisioning and managing OpenEBS does not need special knowledge as it is integrated into Kubernetes orchestration model.

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This article was first published on Jul 30, 2018 on MayaData's Medium Account.

Niladri is a CSAT Solutions / Support Engineer at MayaData. He works with Kubernetes, Docker, and the rest of the stack down below.
I currently work as an Information Developer Intern at MayaData, I have started my contribution to Open-Source through Litmus and OpenEBS. I love traveling, reading books, meeting new people, Skating.
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