volumes

How to Create and Manage Volumes in OpenStack

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Volume? Volumes in OpenStack are a way you can have extra storage for your instances. Volumes are block storage devices that you attach to instances to enable persistent storage. You can attach a volume to a running instance or detach a volume and attach it to another instance at any time. You can also create a snapshot from or delete a volume. Only Continue Reading

kubernetes

How to use and integrate Persistent Volume, Persistent Volume Claims, and Pods in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 5 minutes Prerequisites:- Kubernetes Cluster should be up and running. OVERVIEW Inside our Host Machine, we are setting up the Kubernetes Cluster. Then we have to set up the node, Inside the node, we have three components:- POD, Persistent Volume Claim, and Persistent Volume. These three components will sit inside the node The fourth one is STORAGE which will sit on your host machine i.e. UBUNTU. The Continue Reading

How to create PV and PVC in Kubernetes

Reading Time: 3 minutes Pods are made up of multiple containers, so when volume attach to the pod all the containers running inside the pod can access to volume as a result for read and write purpose. Volumes can be store in Virtual machines and Physical machines. We use PV and PVC to provide storage in Kubernetes. Persistent Volume (PV) Kubernetes makes physical storage devices such as our SSDs, Continue Reading