Today, we’re introducing Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 3.10.
Is this product new to you? It surely is—that’s because with the announcement today of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.10, we’ve rebranded our container-native storage (CNS) offering to now be referred to as Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage. This is still the same product with the strong customer momentum we announced a few months ago during Red Hat Summit week.Why the new name? “Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage” better reflects the product offering and its strong affinity with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Not only does it install with OpenShift (via Red Hat Ansible), it’s developed, qualified, tested, and versioned coincident with OpenShift Container Platform releases. This product name best reflects that strong integration. Again, the product itself didn’t change in any way—all that’s changed is the product name.
This new release, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 3.10, is the follow-on to Container-Native Storage 3.9 and introduces three important features for container-based storage with OpenShift: (1) arbiter volume support enabling high availability with efficient storage utilization and better performance, (2) enhanced storage monitoring and configuration visibility using the OpenShift Prometheus framework, and (3) block-backed persistent volumes (PVs) now supported for general application workloads in addition to supporting OCP infrastructure workloads.
If you haven’t already bookmarked our Red Hat Storage blog, now would be a great time! Over the coming weeks, we will be publishing deeper discussions on OpenShift Container Storage. In the meantime, though, for a more thorough understanding of OpenShift Container Storage, check out these recent technical blogs describing in depth the value of our approach to storage for containers:
For hands-on experience combining OpenShift and OpenShift Container Storage, check out our test drive, a free, in-browser lab experience that walks you through using both.
For more general information around storage for containers, check out our Container Storage for Dummies book.