Portworx supports dynamic provisioning of PVCs in Kubernetes. The PVCs can either be ReadWriteOnce (used by a single pod) or ReadWriteMany (shared by multiple pods).
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🗃️ Volume Placement Strategies
📄️ Create PX-Fast PVCs
How to enable PX-Fast functionality on volumes
📄️ Create sharedv4 PVCs
Learn how to use Portworx sharedv4 volumes (ReadWriteMany) in your Kubernetes
📄️ Dynamic Provisioning of PVCs
Learn how to use dynamically provisioned Portworx volumes with Kubernetes
📄️ Control volume provisioning
Learn different strategies for controlling volume provisioning
📄️ Create encrypted PVCs
This guide is a step-by-step tutorial on how to provision encrypted PVCs with Portworx.
📄️ Create proxy volume PVCs
Proxy an external data source onto a Portworx volume.
📄️ Open NFS ports
Open the NFS ports required for sharedv4 volumes to work.
📄️ Resize PVCs
Step-by-step tutorial on how to resize a Portworx volume with Kubernetes
📄️ Access via Non-Root Users
Find out how to access a Portworx volume (PVC/PV) with a non-root user
📄️ Using Pre-provisioned Volumes
Learn how to use a pre-provisioned Portworx volume in Kubernetes
📄️ Create PVCs using the ReadOnlyMany access mode
Learn how to create PVCs using the ReadOnlyMany access mode
📄️ Pure FlashArray PVCs
Learn how to set up Pure FlashArray as a direct access volume.
📄️ Pure FlashBlade PVCs
Learn how to set up Pure FlashBlade as a direct access filesystem.