Kubernetes has many core abstractions, sometimes called primitives, that make the experience of deploying and managing applications so much better than what came before.

Understanding these abstractions helps you take full advantage of Kubernetes and also avoid complexity—especially when running stateful applications like databases, data analytics, big data applications, streaming engines, machine learning, and AI apps.

In this article, I’ll review some of the fundamental abstractions in Kubernetes storage, and walk through how Portworx PX-Enterprise helps solve important challenges that arise with the need for persistent storage in Kubernetes.

It’s actually the first example—the starting point.

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