Software-defined persistent storage for containers


Containers require less overhead than virtualized environments, and instantiate quickly, offering better isolation and easier scalability. However, while run-time containers are intended to be disposable, their data is definitely not. Despite their light-weight nature, containers still require reliable and available storage so that data is persistent—in the event of failed containers, failed disks, or crashed servers.

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