The vSphere CSI Driver is a Kubernetes plugin that allows persistent storage for containerized workloads running on vSphere infrastructure. It enables dynamic provisioning of storage volumes and provides features like snapshots, cloning, and dynamic expansion of volumes. The vSphere CSI Driver replaces the in-tree vSphere volume plugin and offers integration with vSphere with better scale and performance.
This driver is in a stable
GA state and is suitable for production use.
It is recommended to install an out-of-tree Cloud Provider Interface like vSphere Cloud Provider Interface in the Kubernetes cluster to keep the Kubernetes cluster fully operational.
Documentation for vSphere CSI Driver is available here:
- vSphere CSI Driver Concepts
- vSphere CSI Driver Features
- vSphere CSI Driver Deployment Guide
- vSphere CSI Driver User Guide
Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for instructions on how to contribute.