Containers and storage

Containerisation is a form of virtualisation that allows applications to be developed to run in lightweight containers. It aims to decouple applications and all they need to run from the infrastructure they run on. But they often need persistent storage and that is deliverable in a variety of ways: Software-defined in the container orchestrator and in external array systems.

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