The StorageOS team joined 4500 DevOps enthusiasts at KubeCon and CloudNativeCon Europe 2018 in the beautiful historic city of Copenhagen, Denmark last week. We were proud to sponsor the largest conference around Kubernetes, containers and microservices.
At the booth, there was a lot of lively discussions with attendees about the best way to manage transactional data within Kubernetes and how to move databases to the cloud. Our team showed off StorageOS, our software-defined block storage platform for enterprises running highly available databases with Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift.
KubeCon and CloudNativeCon also marked a crucial milestone of the first generally available StorageOS release. This release fully implements Container Storage Interface (CSI) 0.2, the CNCF standard for deploying storage with cloud native orchestrators. Congratulations to the engineering team for their hard work and fantastic achievement!
StorageOS is in San Francisco this week as silver sponsors of the OpenShift Commons Gathering and Red Hat Summit. If you are interested in connecting, get in touch at [email protected]!
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.