Container Storage Interface for Kubernetes

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Friday, May 24, 2019
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The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is a standard developed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) for accessing storage in any container environment. Storage vendors can develop a CSI driver for their storage systems once, and then these drivers can be used with any Container Orchestrator.  Kubernetes is a leading container orchestrator which has adopted the latest CSI spec (1.0).
 
GoCSI is an open source framework which provides essential tools for developing a CSI driver in the Go language.
 
As a follow up to my last year’s talk at the SNIA SDC India (‘Persistent Storage for Containers’), this talk will cover a detailed overview of the CSI standard and the GoCSI framework, and will provide insights on how to develop and test a CSI driver for Kubernetes.
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a. Understand CSI in Kubernetes
 
b. Understand GoCSI framework
 
c. Learn how to develop CSI drivers for Kubernetes
 

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