Kubernetes adoption is exploding, but hype aside, Kubernetes remains very new — and has a long way to go before it ever might become an integral part of most IT infrastructures.
In the meantime, many, if not most, enterprises and IT shops are just looking to get their feet wet as they enter this brave new world of Kubernetes. And before developers can begin to do their work on the platform; the admins, operations teams and/or DevOps must lay the groundwork to add traditional, yet vital data management components to the mix: persistent storage is a good example of a necessary component in a Kubernetes deployment, while it is not always easy to implement.
Adding Persistent to Stateless
A key demand enterprises should have is that developers should be able to store data in Kubernetes clusters without having to worry about how persistent storage is working under the hood.
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