Like most startups, at StorageOS, we have a documentation dilemma. We are so focused on solving storage for containers and cloud that we can easily run out of time to work on documentation. But we don’t want that to stop you from trying StorageOS.
Contribute to StorageOS Documentation
If you are trying StorageOS, like to help people and can write, help us with our documentation. If published, you’ll receive $250 per article. You can write about:
- Installing StorageOS with MongoDB or MySQL
- Your CI/CD Jenkins installation
- Deploying StorageOS with Chef or Puppet
- How to install StorageOS with AWS, Azure or Google Cloud (cloud providers)
- How to install StorageOS in a container/orchestrator environment using a scheduler such as Rancher (Schedulers)
A guide contains step by step instructions for how to accomplish a specific task using StorageOS – See an example of installing StorageOS in a container environment using Kubernetes. You should submit your guide as a pull request to the GitHub repo.
Your submission will be left open for community review for two weeks. After this, your submission will be reviewed internally for about another week.
If accepted, you’ll receive $250 via Pay Pal.
A full list of the terms and conditions is available here.
Help contribute to a startup defining and delivering the future of storage.
Author: Cheryl Hung
Cheryl Hung is the Director of Ecosystem at the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Cheryl codes, writes and speaks about storage, containers and infrastructure. Cheryl previously worked at StorageOS as product manager and as a Google Maps software engineer, with particular expertise in mapping and geolocation services, C++, Java and Python. She graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Masters in Computer Science and has worked in London and New York.