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OpenStorage - A multi-host clustered implementation of the open storage specification

  •    Go

OpenStorage is an API abstraction layer providing support for multiple public APIs, including the OpenStorage SDK, CSI, and the Docker Volume API. Developers using OpenStorage for their storage systems can expect it to work seamlessly with any of the supported public APIs. These implementations provide users with the ability to run stateful services in Linux containers on multiple hosts.

gce-docker - Google Cloud Engine integration for Docker

  •    Go

The recommended way to install gce-docker is use the provided docker image. privileged is required since gce-docker needs low level access to the host mount namespace, the driver mounts, umounts and format disk.

horcrux - On Demand, Version controlled access to Data for your Docker containers

  •    Go

Docker containers offer developers with the agility and flexibility of replicating the production/test setup in their development environment. So now, developers can develop features, unit test, fix issues in their local setup before pushing it to the test/production environment. Since containers are state-less, it can be moved anywhere easily, say within datacenter or into clouds etc. But in most cases, containers has to access/modify data that traditionally lives in a centralized storage. For example, one of the popular container stack LEMP, needs to access MySQL database. In order to access these data, Docker developed the concept of volume plugins, which can be associated with a container when it is created. Now the container can move to a different location as long as the volume plugin works there as well. This solves the problem in production/test cases, but if developers have to access the centralized data, that again restricts their flexibily. At the same time, with ever increasing size of data, it is not possible to give each developer a separate copy of the data (say database). That would be prohibitively expensive. To solve this, we give you "Horcrux"...

docker-volume-plugin-dostorage - Docker Volume Driver for DigitalOcean

  •    Go

This repo hosts the Docker Volume Driver for DigitalOcean. The driver is based on the Docker Volume Plugin framework and it integrates DigitalOcean's block storage solution into the Docker ecosystem by automatically attaching a given block storage volume to a DigitalOcean droplet and making the contents of the volume available to Docker containers running on that droplet. The driver is written in Go and it consists of a single static binary which can be downloaded from the releases page. Appropriate binaries are made available for different Linux platforms and architectures.

docker-volume - Docker volume plugin for Quobyte

  •    Go

This plugin allows you to use Quobyte with Docker. The plugin is intended to run without installing the Quobyte client on the host system (e.g. for Rancher/CoreOS) but by using a Quobyte client run in a Docker container. As described previously a Quobyte multi volume mount has to be available on the host the plugin is intended to run upon. For this setup we recommend running a dockerized Quobyte client. For more information on how to set up a Quobyte Client Docker container look at the example in docs/coreos.md or the Quobyte manual (Integration -> Quobyte and Container Infrastructures -> Quobyte Containers - Deep Dive -> Running a Quobyte Client inside a Container).

docker-volume-linode - Docker Volume driver for Linode Block Storage

  •    Go

This volume plugin adds the ability to manage Linode Block Storage as Docker Volumes. Good use cases for volumes include off-node storage to avoid size constraints or moving a container and the related volume between nodes in a Swarm. The plugin can also be configured (or reconfigured) in multiple steps.

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