The first post in this series looked at the Kubernetes 1.4 storage provisioning paradigm and how Trident fits into it. This second video goes in depth into the process of installing and configuring Trident with your Kubernetes cluster. Specifically, we will show you how to download the package, deploy the Trident pod, configure storage back ends for Trident, and create storage classes in Kubernetes which take advantage of those back ends.

Full installation instructions for Trident can be found in the documentation. Additionally, if you have questions or issues during the installation process please reach out at any time using Slack.

The other videos in this series are:

Please be sure to view the other videos to get a full understanding of Trident and its role in the Kubernetes ecosystem.

If you have questions about Trident, please reach out using the comments below, on Slack, or on the GitHub issue tracker for Trident.

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Andrew Sullivan
Technical Marketing Engineer at NetApp
Andrew has worked in the information technology industry for over 10 years, with a rich history of database development, DevOps experience, and virtualization. He is currently focused on storage and virtualization automation, and driving simplicity into everyday workflows.

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