Kubernetes # - Funky Penguin's Geek Cookbook

This section introduces the Kubernetes design, which will be the basis for all the recipes discussed further.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://geek-cookbook.funkypenguin.co.nz/sections/kubernetes/

I would have submitted this under Persistence, but there wasn’t a comment widget there –

Could I suggest including plain old NFS under persistence for Kubernetes clusters? It’s not the greatest, but knowing how and its limitations would be useful for people who, like me, have NASes that support NFS sharing but none of the better options like Ceph, and who want to back-end our clusters on our existing NAS.

I use NFS shares pretty heavily in my current Swarm-based system. But I only use it for media storage. I still use Ceph on each of the nodes for config and “working space” but the final file storage happens on the external machine and the apps in the Swarm access that over the NFS share.