[How to] GlusterFS Dynamic Volume Provisioner in Kubernetes (>= v1.4 ) / Openshift .

I am happy to share that Gluster Dynamic Volume Provisioner is available in kubernetes tree since 1.4 release !! This is one of the feature which enables the User/Developer in Kubernetes/Openshift to have Persistent Volume Claim ( PVC ) request to be satisfied dynamically without an admin intervention. IMHO, it gives a nice user experience […]

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Gluster Client Containers or containers capable of mounting Gluster Volumes.

I have been receiving lots of queries on whether we can mount GlusterFS from the container ? or Gluster Client containers are available ? Yes, it is. Today I refreshed this image to fedora24, so the blog. The process to use gluster client containers are simple as shown below: #docker pull humble/gluster-client Then run the […]

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Gluster Container Demo Videos on “Gluster as a Persistent Data Store for Containers…. “

Recently I got a chance to consolidate the Demo videos which covers how GlusterFS can be used in Docker, kubernetes and Openshift. I have placed everything in single channel for better tracking. The demo videos are analogous to previously published blog entries in this space. Here is a brief description about the available videos: How […]

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[Book ] Mastering KVM Virtualization – A complete guide to KVM virtualization

It was a long time ambition to write a book and finally the dream has come true!!! It has titled as “Mastering KVM virtualization” . As title convey its all about KVM Linux Virtualization and mastering it , understanding the technologies surrounding it. The attempt was not easy at all, especially when we are busy […]

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Minikube to run kubernetes locally in a KVM VM.

If you dont know what is minikube, “Minikube is a tool that makes it easy to run Kubernetes locally. Minikube runs a single-node Kubernetes cluster inside a VM on your laptop for users looking to try out Kubernetes or develop with it day-to-day.”…Minikube uses Docker Machine to manage the Kubernetes VM so it benefits from […]

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