Kubernetes, The awesome Container orchestration tool is changing the way applications are being developed and deployed. You can specify the required resources you want, and have it available without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. Kubernetes is way ahead in terms of high availability, scaling, managing your application, but storage section in the k8s is still evolving. Many storage supports are getting added and are production ready. People are preferring clustered applications to store the data. But, what about the non-clustered applications? Where does these applications store data to make it highly available? Considering these questions, let’s go through the Ceph storage and its integration with kubernetes.