Self-Service Data Recovery using Trident and NFS

Since the earliest days of ONTAP, snapshots have been a feature which has played a significant role in providing point-in-time recovery options for data which has been lost or corrupted accidentally. They are instant, space efficient, and, when the snapshot directory is turned on for the volume, provide the application or user a way to … Read more

How to deploy PostgreSQL using Kubernetes, Helm, and Trident

Overview PostgreSQL is a popular open-source relational database, and in this post you will see how you can deploy PostgreSQL in a Kubernetes environment using Helm charts with Trident, a dynamic storage provisioner from NetApp for Kubernetes. You will also learn how you can offer standard PostgreSQL deployments using templates (Helm) which do not require … Read more

One Container Integration to Rule Them All

Trident 18.01 was recently released, and it marks a significant milestone in NetApp’s integration with the containers ecosystem: the merging of the NetApp Docker Volume Plugin (nDVP) with Trident! To better understand why we merged the two projects, check out the announcement blog post. In this one we’re going to focus on what this means for … Read more

Trident 18.01 beta 1: Introducing volume cloning to Kubernetes!

Hot off the presses just in time for the holidays, we present to you the latest beta version of Trident, our storage orchestrator for Kubernetes-based platforms. This release introduces several new features, but today we’re going to focus on an exciting one that we’ve been looking forward to bringing to you for a while: self-service … Read more

Navigating the Twists and Turns in Implementing OpenShift Setup

A couple of months ago, our team received the mandate to set up a Red Hat OpenShift cluster in offline mode to support a brilliant use case for gaining performance insight. I was very excited. I use the word “excited” because it’s fascinating to see how Kubernetes has become one of the fastest-growing open-source projects … Read more

Deploying the OpenShift Registry using NetApp Storage

Red Hat’s OpenShift is one of the more popular Platform-as-a-Service offerings for deploying containerized applications. It’s built on Kubernetes, but also adds a large number of additional services to make the process of creating, deploying, and managing applications easy. One of the services which OpenShift provides is a version of the Docker Registry to host … Read more