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Uma Mukkara
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openebs Mar 7
One of the leading companies providing parking intelligence software uses to solve problems. Many thanks to and team from for selecting OpenEBS for their development and operations use case. Know more @
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Uma Mukkara Mar 5
Good to see our team is formally getting certified as CKAs. Congrats .
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openebs Feb 27
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Uma Mukkara Feb 26
releases 0.8.1 a stability fix for cStor and users. Thanks to our awesome community for finding this issue and working through the resolution.
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openebs Feb 26
Highlights of today’s 0.8.1 release 🚀🚀🚀 🎯 More storage policies, for tighter control 🎯 Fixes & improved stability 🎯 Refactored docs and much more! Please read the blog to know more about our latest release @ . 0.8.1
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openebs Feb 19
Cloud native Object storage is easy to deploy with and that runs in userspace. It starts with a very simple configuration of few gigabytes and scale on demand to very high capacities. To know more please visit our docs section .
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Evan Powell Feb 19
New improved docs include several recipes such as this one w/ . Really proud of team effort to write up clean & clear patterns & to continue to iterate towards clarity. One mark of good tech is it gets used more broadly than anticipated 🤠🚀
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openebs Feb 8
A storage engine is the data plane component of the IO path of a persistent volume. provides two types of storage engines - and . To know more about storage engines and their features please visit
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Kubernauts / IO Feb 9
Container Attached Storage: A Primer - Cloud Native Computing Foundation by
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MayaData Jan 28
MayaData is now listed as certified container partner. To read the complete joint product brief please click . Visit on containers partners page to know more @
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Evan Powell Feb 3
And if u r going to want NVMe like performance - keep an eye on twitter feed & hangout w us on community. will 3.5 million IOPS be fast enough 4 u? 🦄🧐
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Jeffry Molanus Feb 3
talk at ⁦⁩ is a wrap -- data gravity slide shown here seemed to make some people think. Agile data is possible if you decompose it! Just as the apps that they serve
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openebs Jan 29
OpenEBS simplifies the deployment and management of applications on . We are looking for users to collaborate with us on a post about the benefits of with . You'll get up to $500 gift card and cool swags.
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Uma Mukkara Jan 31
Great to see Pumba gaining adoption. Pumba is one of the busy tools int he framework
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Uma Mukkara Jan 31
1) pools are a great way to start thinking about implementing thin provisioning on cloud persistent disks. And 2) Node reboots during upgrades may cause volumes to lose quorum. Read more
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Satyam Zode Jan 30
cStor: Widely used storage engine, explained very well here Answers most of the questions on how and why cStor solves stateful workload problems 💪
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Evan Powell Jan 30
Wrote up some observations about performance and container attached storage aka CAS - in the context. TL;DR: per workload configurations make the challenges of performance tuning more tractable. 📈📊🤔
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Evan Powell Jan 25
That week schooled us on cust success, Shovan won teammate of the year, showed us how to sell & market, demo’d Rusty IOPS & & solution engineered & much more. A week to always remember. 🏋🏼‍♂️🦄🚀🤠😴
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Murat Karslioglu Jan 7
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Janos Matyas Jan 7
Writing a custom scheduler is easier than you might think - deep dive into scheduling lifecycle, write your first (two) schedulers and deploy it - through code examples
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