In previous posts we have deployed various StorageClass’s, namely the VMware CSI driver and the NetApp Trident CSI driver. As the names suggest they use different underlying storage technologies, The VMware CSI driver uses VMware datastores and the NetApp Trident CSI drivers uses NetApp.
Welcome to part 3 and the final post of this blog series :), following on from part 2, let’s continue with our configuration.
Today’s idea is to configure Netapp trident as our CSI provider so we can consume NetApp ONTAP storage for our Kubernetes cluster. This will be a multi part blog series as there is just to much to cover in a single post.
I recently started asking myself what S3 storage I could leverage for my HomeLab as I was looking for something cheap, quick, and secure, this lead me down a few tracks but through the Veeam Vanguard Program I landed on Wasabi.
Finally, we have made it all the way to here through a bit of trial and error but we are here none the less so lets gear up, grab a coffee and lets get to deploying some Veeam Backups.
The last few years have been crazy to say the least. So, hearing recently that I had been renewed to the Veeam Vanguard program for the 3rd year was some welcoming positive news!!
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2020…what a roller coaster of a year this has been this has been for all of us, however for me personally there was a massive highlight, I was invited to join the Veeam Vanguards!!
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