Welcome to the vSphere Container Storage Plug-in documentation. Use the navigation on the left to browse to the documentation for your release of vSphere Container Storage Plug-in.

vSphere Container Storage Plug-in, also called the upstream vSphere CSI driver, is a volume plug-in that runs in a native Kubernetes cluster deployed in vSphere and is responsible for provisioning persistent volumes on vSphere storage. The vSphere Container Storage Plug-in documentation provides information about setting up and using vSphere Container Storage Plug-in.

Want to know what is in the current release of vSphere Container Storage Plug-in? Look at the latest vSphere Container Storage Plug-in release notes.

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Before you deploy vSphere Container Storage Plug-in in a vSphere environment, learn about the components that the plug-in includes, the minimum and maximum Kubernetes version requirement, and other installation prerequisites.

Learn how to install and upgrade vSphere Container Storage Plug-in.

After installing vSphere Container Storage Plug-in, use it to provision block and file persistent volumes, and to deploy persistent volumes with topology. See Using vSphere Container Storage Plug-in.

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