OpenShift Commons Briefing: State of OpenShift Container Storage – Eran Tamir and Duncan Hardie (Red Hat)
April 3, 2020 | by
Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage is software-defined storage integrated with and optimized for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. OpenShift Container Storage 4.2 is built on Red Hat Ceph® Storage, Rook, and NooBaa to provide container native storage services that support block, file, and object services.
In this OpenShift Commons Briefing, Red Hat’s Duncan Hardie and Eran Tamir explain Red Hat has rearchitected OpenShift to bring the power of Kubernetes Operators to transform our enterprise-grade Kubernetes distribution with automating complex workflows, i.e. deployment, bootstrapping, configuration, provisioning, scaling, upgrading, monitoring and resource management. In conjunction, OpenShift Container Storage 4.2 transforms the cloud storage customer experience by making it easier for Red Hat customers to install, upgrade and manage storage on OpenShift.
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What is OpenShift Commons?
Commons builds connections and collaboration across OpenShift communities, projects, and stakeholders. In doing so we’ll enable the success of customers, users, partners, and contributors as we deepen our knowledge and experiences together.
Our goals go beyond code contributions. Commons is a place for companies using OpenShift to accelerate its success and adoption. To do this we’ll act as resources for each other, share best practices and provide a forum for peer-to-peer communication.
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