The Chief I/O Posted September 8, 2020 Share Posted September 8, 2020 In Part I and Part II of this blog post, we saw how to use manual/direct storage and AWS EBS volumes as the storage volumes for Kubernetes. There is yet a third way of defining your Kubernetes storage - by use of Kubernetes StorageClasses. Let’s deep-dive into this option and see when and why you’d use StorageClasses for your Kubernetes persistent volumes. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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