Demo Videos for Common Trident Installation and Configuration Environments

  Hello and welcome! You are at the right place to get started with Trident. Trident is a simple, yet powerful dynamic provisioner that integrates with Kubernetes Persistent Volume framework and provides a unified interface for storage provisioning from NetApp ONTAP, SolidFire/HCI, E-Series storage systems, and soon for NetApp Cloud Volumes. It is deployed as … Read more

Highly Secure Kubernetes Persistent Volumes

Ensuring that only authorized applications and users can access Kubernetes volumes provisioned by Trident is obviously a paramount concern. It’s one of the first deeper conversations we tend to have with anyone planning a deployment. The good news is that Kubernetes and Trident work together to provide highly secure persistence, provided that you follow these … 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

Simplifying Trident Management with tridentctl

Trident 17.07 introduced a simplified management tool for interacting with Trident: tridentctl. This command line tool eliminates the previous method of using shell scripts inside the Trident containers and instead introduces a paradigm which mimics Kubernetes own kubectl. Let’s look at how to use tridentctl to interact with, and get information from, Trident. Managing the … Read more

Trident 17.07 is Available Now!

Kubernetes 1.6 was introduced not too long ago, and it includes some significant updates for those taking advantage of dynamic provisioning using Trident. Even though 1.6 is now a version behind (1.7 was released just last week), the changes to storage classes were extensive. We are very happy to announce that Trident 17.07 is available … Read more