Kubernetes Volumes | Kubernetes Persistent Volumes | Kubernetes Volume Claim | Kubernetes Volume Tutorial
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Kubernetes doesn’t provide data persistence out of the box, which means when a pod is re-created, the data is gone.
So, you need to create and configure the actual physical storage and manage it by yourself. Once configured, you can use that physical storage using Kubernetes storage components. In this video I show you 3 different Kubernetes volume components, that you need to use to connect the actual physical storage to your pod, so that the application inside the container can access it.
The 1st component “Persistent Volume” is a cluster resource, like CPU or RAM, which is created and provisioned by administrators. The 2nd component “Persistent Volume Claim” on the other hand is a user’s or pod’s request for a persistent volume. With the 3rd component “Storage Class” you can dynamically provision Persistent Volume component and so automate the storage provisioning process.
► Reference to YAML Configs: https://gitlab.com/nanuchi/kubernetes-tutorial-series-youtube/-/tree/master/kubernetes-volumes
► Volume Types: https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/storage/volumes/#types-of-volumes
► Checkout Kubernetes Volumes Demo: https://youtu.be/FAnQTgr04mU
▬▬▬▬▬▬ T I M E S T A M P S
0:00 – Intro
0:20 – The need for persistent storage & storage requirements
2:05 – Persistent Volume (PV)
6:33 – Local vs Remote Volume Types
7:38 – Who creates the PV and when? (Kubernetes Administrator and Kubernetes User Role)
9:03 – Persistent Volume Claim (PVC)
10:33 – Levels of volume abstractions
12:17 – Why are these abstractions good?
13:40 – ConfigMap and Secret as volume types
15:52 – Multiple and different volume types in 1 pod
17:12 – Storage Class (SC)
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