IBM Storage for Red Hat OpenShift Blueprint
Published 18 December 2020
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This IBM® Blueprint is intended to facilitate the deployment of IBM Storage for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform by using detailed hardware specifications to build a system. It describes the associated parameters for configuring persistent storage within a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment. To complete the tasks, you must understand Red Hat OpenShift, IBM Storage, the IBM block storage Container Storage Interface (CSI) driver, and the IBM Spectrum Scale CSI driver.
The information in this document is distributed on an “as is” basis without any warranty that is either expressed or implied. Support assistance for the use of this material is limited to situations where IBM Storwize® or IBM FlashSystem® storage devices, Enterprise Storage Server®, and IBM Spectrum® Scale are supported and entitled, and where the issues are not specific to a blueprint implementation.
IBM Storage Suite for IBM Cloud® Paks is an offering bundle that includes software-defined storage from IBM and Red Hat. Use this document for more information about how to deploy IBM Storage product licenses that are obtained through Storage Suite for Cloud Paks (IBM Spectrum Virtualize and IBM Spectrum Scale).
Table of contents
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform installation overview
Configuring iSCSI/Fibre Channel for worker nodes
(Optional) Manually configuring worker nodes running Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Configuring worker nodes running Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS
Installing IBM block storage CSI driver on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
Installing IBM Spectrum Scale CSI Driver on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
IBM Spectrum Scale storage class definitions
Deploying CockroachDB Operator and Database instance
Creating volume snapshots with IBM Block CSI Driver
Appendix A: DNS configuration
Appendix B: DHCP configuration
Appendix C: Firewall rules
Appendix D: IBM Spectrum Scale usage restrictions
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