In the age of cloud computing, Kubernetes has emerged as the go-to platform for container orchestration. As an increasing number of enterprises are operating databases and middleware on Kubernetes, the need for persistent storage solutions compatible with Kubernetes is also on the rise.
Which storage products are suitable for Kubernetes? Can enterprises use existing storage products such as local disks and NAS? How do these storage solutions perform on Kubernetes? What are the differences among so many concepts, including: persistent storage for Kubernetes, cloud native storage, container native storage, and Kubernetes native storage?
In this guide, full of concept explanations, solution comparisons, product comparisons, and case references, we hope you will find all the answers to your questions.