PLEASE NOTE: This document applies to an unreleased version of Rook. It is strongly recommended that you only use official releases of Rook, as unreleased versions are subject to changes and incompatibilities that will not be supported in the official releases.
If you are using an official release version of Rook, you should refer to the documentation for your specific version.Documentation for other releases can be found by using the version selector in the bottom left of any doc page.
Welcome to Rook! We hope you have a great experience installing the Rook cloud-native storage orchestrator platform to enable highly available, durable storage in your Kubernetes cluster.
Rook provides a growing number of storage providers to a Kubernetes cluster, each with its own operator to deploy and manage the resources for the storage provider.
Follow these guides to get started with each provider:
|Ceph||Stable / V1||Ceph is a highly scalable distributed storage solution for block storage, object storage, and shared filesystems with years of production deployments.|
|Cassandra||Alpha||Cassandra is a highly available NoSQL database featuring lightning fast performance, tunable consistency and massive scalability.|
|CockroachDB||Alpha||CockroachDB is a cloud-native SQL database for building global, scalable cloud services that survive disasters.|
|EdgeFS||Deprecated||EdgeFS is high-performance and fault-tolerant decentralized data fabric with access to object, file, NoSQL and block.|
|NFS||Alpha||NFS allows remote hosts to mount filesystems over a network and interact with those filesystems as though they are mounted locally.|
|YugabyteDB||Alpha||YugaByteDB is a high-performance, cloud-native distributed SQL database which can tolerate disk, node, zone and region failures automatically.|