We are pleased to announce that QuantaStor 5 now supports persistent Docker containers and stateful volumes for containerized applications with the new, Docker-certified QuantaStor Docker Volume Plugin.
The Docker Volume Plugin for QuantaStor makes it easy to create and manage persistent Docker containers using Docker APIs and command line tools. The new plugin creates a one-to-one relationship between Docker Volumes and QuantaStor Storage Volumes, and QuantaStor grid technology enables distributed provisioning of volumes from any pool on any system. With the plugin, users can create stateful volumes for containerized applications, and the volumes are served on storage provided by QuantaStor.
To find out how to install and integrate the plugin with QuantaStor, go to our wiki. To access the plugin on the Docker Hub, click here.
Categories: Storage Appliance Hardware
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