rexray - REX-Ray is a container storage orchestration engine enabling persistence for cloud native workloads

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REX-Ray provides a vendor agnostic storage orchestration engine. The primary design goal is to provide persistent storage for Docker, Kubernetes, and Mesos.It is additionally available as a Go package, CLI tool, and Linux service which enables it to be used for additional use cases.

https://rexray.thecodeteam.com/
https://github.com/thecodeteam/rexray

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