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Small PVs and Kadalu Storage

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Kadalu Storage can provision the smallest Persistent Volume as low as 20MiB for the applications running in Kubernetes(k8s). Small PVs are attractive for many use cases like providing home dir for each container user or storing config files of applications etc. ...

How are we building for Kadalu v1.0?

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In the journey from v0.5 to v1.0 we aim to work through the tasks of maturing the set of capabilities which we consider to be required as part of the general availability of the release. We also intend to focus on reaching out to the users and engaging with them to understand how to streamline the switching over from Heketi to a Kadalu based deployment of Gluster as persistent storage. ...

Announcing Kadalu Storage 0.5

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We are excited to make available a new release of Kadalu Storage. The Kadalu Storage 0.5 continues to provide a lightweight solution to provision persistent storage for applications running in Kubernetes ...

Kadalu Kubernetes(k8s) Storage

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Kadalu project offers a lightweight persistent storage solution for applications running in Kubernetes. Kadalu k8s storage solution is lightest among all the other k8s integrations using Gluster because Kadalu is integrated natively with Kubernetes without using Gluster's management daemon. With this many layers are reduced and completely isolated processes related to different storage devices. ...

Introducing Kadalu kubectl plugin

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Kadalu kubectl plugin further simplifies the hassle of generating storage YAML file and adding it to the Kadalu Storage. ...

kaDalu — cattle mode for storage

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One of the primary goal for us at Kadalu is keeping things ‘simple’ (It was same for us when we started ‘Gluster’ project). As part of that, our goal was always minimum config, and steps to get things configured. And also, keep the dependency minimal. With release v0.4, kadalu is closer to the reality of true cattle mode for storage ...

kaDalu — Ocean of potential in k8s storage

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It has been more than 3 years since Kubernetes (k8s) picked up exponential growth. Now, almost every software company and every product are trying to latch on to this phenomena and expand. While such stupendous growth is a nice thing, it is not without its unique challenges. ...

Gluster and Kubernetes - Portmap

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If we remove Glusterd in k8s setup, who will do the role of Glusterd? How will the brick process get the port number? ...

Gluster’s management in k8s

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This blog gives a small snippet into the talk we are giving in DevConf.IN’19. Goes little deep into Gluster project details. ...