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Monday, August 17 • 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Persistent Storage for Containers with Kubernetes and OpenShift - Mark Turansky, Red Hat

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Manually configuring mounts for containers to various network storage platforms and services is tedious and time consuming. OpenShift and Kubernetes provides a rich library of volume plugins that allow authors of containerized applications (Pods) to declaratively specify what the storage requirements for the containers are so that OpenShift can dynamically provision and allocate the storage assets for the specified containers. As the author of the Kubernetes Persistent Volume specification, I will provide an overview of how Persistent Volume plugins work in OpenShift, demo block storage and file storage volume plugins and close with the Red Hat storage roadmap.

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Mark Turansky

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Mark Turansky is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat and a full-time contributor to the Kubernetes Project. Mark is the author of the Kubernetes Persistent Volume specification and a member of the Red Hat OpenShift Engineering team.


Monday August 17, 2015 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Grand Ballroom B