Difficulty: Intermediate
Estimated Time: 10 minutes

Portworx is a software defined persistent storage solution designed and purpose built for applications deployed as containers, via container orchestrators such as Kubernetes, Marathon and Swarm. It is a clustered block storage solution and provides a Cloud-Native layer from which containerized stateful applications programmatically consume block, file and object storage services directly through the scheduler.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to deploy a 3 node Portworx Cluster.

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Install Portworx on Kubernetes

Step 1 of 4

Wait for Kubernetes nodes to be ready

Before installing Portworx, let's ensure Kubernetes is setup.

Step: Wait till nodes are ready

Click the below section which waits for all Kubernetes nodes to be ready.

./k8s-wait-ready.sh

Step: List Kubernetes nodes

To list nodes, click: kubectl get nodes

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