With PVs being retained on the deletion of their requesting resources, such as Pods and PVCs, you end up with deployed storage that may no longer be needed. While there is value in this, as you may be trying to recover from a failure, there may also be storage creep as a part of this model. This video focuses on cleaning up the resources after finishing with them.
(offbeat motivating music) … - [Instructor] So in this challenge, … what we want to do is we want to look … at how to manage our persistent storage. … In most cases, deleting the PVC … is enough to actually clean up the underlying storage, … especially if our reclaim policy … is set to Delete as it is in the default … PVC models within AKS. … But what if it isn't? … What if we've gone as we've done within … the previous chapters and created a retained style storage. … If I then clean up my environment, … for example, even if I delete the manifest … that includes the PVC, which will delete … the PVC resource, I still have the underlying … persistent volumes sitting around. … So the challenge here is to find … those underlying resources and clean … up not only the deployments and services … and PVCs, but also the underlying persistent volumes. … …
- Deployment models
- Scaling AKS workers
- Setting up nodes
- Using labels to select pools
- Creating storage classes
- Networking options and capabilities
- Load balancing and ingress
- Managing AKS deployments
Skill Level Advanced
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What you should know2m 54s
1. Kubernetes on Azure
2. Scaling AKS Workers
3. AKS Storage and Networks
4. Managing AKS Deployments
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