Red Hat has rolled out Container-Native Storage 3.6 as part of its efforts to offer a comprehensive container stack, following up on the release of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.6 in August.
“The key piece we’re trying to solve with container-native storage is for storage to become invisible eventually. We want developers to have enough control over storage where they’re not waiting for storage admins to carve out storage for their applications. They’re able to request and provision storage dynamically and automatically,” said Irshad Raihan, Red Hat senior manager of product marketing.
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