I’m pleased to announce the release of StorageOS version 0.10.0. The latest beta version includes a highly requested feature the new StorageOS GUI. This blog will show how you can administer your StorageOS clusters and storage volumes through the shiny new StorageOS GUI.
The GUI is accessible at port 5707 on any node with the StorageOS container installed. Firstly, log in using the administrator account (username and password storageos/storageos):
The nodes and pools page allow you to manage cluster nodes and storage pool. In this example, this cluster consists of three nodes with 35.9GB capacity each. The default storage pool contains all three nodes, giving a total of 107.6GB.
You can create volumes, including replicated volumes, and view volume details:
Volumes can be namespaced across different projects or teams, and you can switch namespace using the left hand panel:
Lastly you can enforce data policy and placement with rules:You can read the full release notes including Prometheus integration, failure modes and log streaming through the CLI at https://docs.storageos.com/docs/reference/release_notes.
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.