Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101

Kubernetes Storage on vSphere 101

In my last post we looked at creating a highly available application that used multiple Pods in Kubernetes with Deployments and ReplicaSets. However, this was only focused on Pods. In this post, we will look at another way of creating highly available applications through the use of StatefulSets.


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