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15. Data Persistence in EKS

Shiva Subramanian1  
Georgia, GA, USA

One of the most important things to take care of in Kubernetes is data persistence. Because each container and everything inside of it is lost when the container is destroyed, it becomes important to save the transactional data that the container may be processing. This chapter deals with how to store transactional data that’s inside the container memory when it’s running to be stored on a durable storage such as EBS in AWS.

Storage Volumes for Kubernetes

Much like in traditional operating ...

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