Organize your Container storage with Open vStorage

Operating-system-level virtualization, also known as Containers is a server virtualization method in which the kernel of the operating system allows the existence of multiple isolated user-space instances, instead of just one. Although those instances, the actual containers may look and feel like a real server from the point of view of its owners and users, they are not. Organizing storage for these containers is not always straight forward. Offering persistent volumes to these containers is sometimes even very hard. Unless you use Open vStorage

Deliver Persistent Storage for Docker Containers

Use Open vStorage to deliver persistent storage for your Docker workload, something that is considered as not easy by most of us. Open sStorage comes with a fully validated Flocker plugin and interacts with most of the orchestration platforms like Suse or Kubernetes

By using open vStorage you do not only solve the Persistent part of your storage, you also benefit from the extreme performance that Open vStorage is able to deliver. Non of your containers will ever be out of IOPs. At the same time, any of your data is protected by the Open vStorage automated policy driven snapshots. An unlimited history is maintained.