Persistent software-defined storage integrated with and optimized for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Dynamic, stateful, and highly available container-native storage can be provisioned and de-provisioned on demand as an integral part of the OpenShift administrator console.
Offers easy cross-cloud data placement and access, along with hybrid and multicloud data protection for enterprise applications. Consistent OpenShift management tools work across clouds, whether on-premise or public. The Multi-Cloud Object Gateway provides data federation across multiple private and public clouds.
Fully integrates with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for Day 1 and Day 2 installation and management. A single unified platform that supports block storage for databases and messaging, shared file storage for continuous integration and data aggregation, as well as object storage for archival, backup, and media storage. Storage nodes are members of the OpenShift cluster.
Supports traditional and emerging OpenShift workloads, allowing easy data sharing across geographic locations and platforms, and scales to orders of magnitude with more persistent volumes (PVs) per OpenShift Container Storage cluster than previous releases.
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Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage
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Release Notes for OpenShift Container Storage 4.2
The release notes for Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4.2 summarize all new features and enhancements, notable technical changes, and any known bugs upon general availability.
Managing OpenShift Container Storage
This document covers instructions for managing an OpenShift Container Storage cluster for cluster and storage administrators.
Monitoring OpenShift Container Storage
Read this document for instructions on monitoring Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage using the persistent and object service dashboards.
Migrating from OpenShift Container Platform 3 to 4
This document provides instructions for migrating your OpenShift Container Platform cluster from version 3 to version 4.
OpenShift Container Storage Lifecycle Policy
Commencing with OpenShift v4.2, OpenShift Container Storage (OCS) v4 is provided and available as an optional, installable component for OpenShift Container Platform (OCP).
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What do you like best?
The way OpenShift combines all the microservices together and able to easily view all the status of services running inside it.
What do you dislike?
Sometimes it get little bit slow but overall all perfect.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
I am using OpenShift in my project to analyse the services running and also to check status of my project.