A 101 Session into Kubernetes Storage: Session Recap

Summary of Veeam Kubernetes Korner Session

Posted by Adam Mazouz on Tuesday, February 28, 2023
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Last year when I started my journey into Kubernetes, I really didn’t think I will be invited to any Kubernetes events or sessions, luckily I was wrong. Last week I was a guest on Veeam Kuberent Korner hosted by Geoff Burke aka The Kubernetes Ambassador.

event banner I had great time where I had the chance to share my journey into IT, and we talked about Kubernetes Storage, why does it matter to you as a storage admin, DevOps engineer or SRE. Also, we demonstrated the basic storage volumes that you can use natively in any K8s cluster. And since I have recently passed the CKA, we threw a couple of tips here and there 😉

The main reason why I have started sharing the session is because I am aiming to continue learning, understanding K8s storage ecosystem and attempting a couple of different solutions and tools. But first it is important to understand the basics of storage in containers first.

I am attaching the slides and a couple of links that you can use to learn or practice in your free time.

Session Record

Session Slides

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If you have learned something new with me, please share it below in the comments. Let’s keep learning!

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