Getting Started with KSD
Thank you for trying Koor Storage Distribution.
Koor allows you to attach Ceph storage to Kubenetes clusters. Koor makes it easier to deploy and manage storage for use in Kubernetes. On bare metal or virtual machines, in your own data center or one of the many cloud providers, the Koor Storage Distribution (KSD) has all that tools you need. Configure any type of storage solution. Koor supports Block, Filesystem and S3-compatible Object Storage at one place.
Though KSD can be installed on any existing Kubernetes cluster. We support Koor can be installed on any existing Kubernetes cluster
- Kubernetes v1.21 or higher is supported
- Architectures supported are
To configure the Ceph storage cluster, at least one of these local storage types is required - Raw devices (no partitions or formatted filesystems) - Raw partitions (no formatted filesystem) - LVM Logical Volumes (no formatted filesystem) - Persistent Volumes available from a storage class in block mode
Confirm whether the partitions or devices are formatted with filesystems with the following command:
Install Koor Storage Distribution Operator and Resources¶
1. After deploying your Kubernetes cluster, install Koor Storage Distribution using Koor Operator Helm chart¶
2. You should be able to see a ready-to-use Koor Storage Cluster¶
3. You can then test basic Ceph Block storage¶
1.- Install Koor Storage Distribution Operator and Resources¶
2. Koor Operator takes care of configuring and deploying all cluster components¶
3. Consume storage using Kubernetes Native APIs¶
That's it! , now you are using Koor Storage Distribution Operator.