Mounting Azure Files shares from OpenShift

Azure Files is a very convenient storage option when you need persistent state in Azure Kubernetes Service or Azure Red Hat OpenShift. It is cheap, it doesn’t count against the maximum number of disks that can be attached to each worker node, and it supports many pods mounting the same share at the same time. … Continue reading Mounting Azure Files shares from OpenShift

Using Trident to Automate Azure NetApp Files from OpenShift

Some time ago I wrote this post about different storage options in Azure Red Hat OpenShift. One of the options discussed was using Azure NetApp Files for persistent storage of your pods. As discussed in that post, Azure NetApp Files has some advantages: ReadWriteMany support Does not count against the limit of Azure Disks per … Continue reading Using Trident to Automate Azure NetApp Files from OpenShift

Azure Red Hat Openshift Storage Concepts

Hey there! I receive pretty frequently questions around what storaget to use in Azure Red Hat Openshift (ARO), hence I decided to write this post. Using storage in Kubernetes in general and Openshift in particular has many nuances. I/O bottlenecks can quickly become an issue impacting the cluster integrity, the application performance, or both. This … Continue reading Azure Red Hat Openshift Storage Concepts