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I understand that part ;)
The part that I don't fully grok is what you mean by "storage". Forgive my naive questions.
Camille, yes! :-)
The premise of Rook is to provide a cloud-native alternative to Amazon S3, EBS and EFS. These storage services can run directly inside the cloud native environment vs. vendor specific implementations outside it. By running them inside the cluster
it enables us to to integrate them more deeply (scheduling, security, management, etc.) and enables multi-cloud and federation.
This is similar to the relationship between Istio/Envoy and Amazon ELB, Prometheus and Amazon CloudWatch, etc.
Alexis, I know you were having audio issues, I’d be happy to repeat the talk this morning if you’d like.
On Jun 6, 2017, at 3:01 PM, Camille Fournier <skamille@...
Presumably providing an abstraction layer that can front Amazon, Google, and internal cloud offerings. For those of us who need such a thing.