Imagine that your storage hosting the persistent volumes serving your Kubernetes cluster is damaged by a fire. How do you recover from such a disaster?
Xing Yang shares strategies for protecting critical data and explains how to use OpenSDS—an open source software-defined storage project under the Linux Foundation—to provision persistent volumes for Kubernetes using the CSI plugin, how to use a policy engine to periodically and asynchronously create snapshots as point-in-time protection for the Kubernetes persistent volumes, and how OpenSDS’s array-based and host-based replication feature can help protect the data residing on the persistent volumes in the case of a disaster.
This session is sponsored by Huawei.
Xing Yang is a principal architect at Huawei, working on OpenSDS, an open source project under Linux Foundation. Previously, she worked at Dell EMC. Xing is a Kubernetes contributor and a core member of OpenStack Cinder and Manila. She has expertise in storage, data protection, disaster recovery, and cloud and virtualization technologies.
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