This Getting Started with VMware Cloud Native Storage is updated with each release of the product or when necessary.
This table provides the update history of the Getting Started with VMware Cloud Native Storage.
|17 JUN 2021||Cloud Native Storage Limitations has been updated to indicate that Cloud Native Storage does not support site disaster tolerance.|
|14 APR 2021||Cloud Native Storage Roles and Privileges has been updated to correct information about privileges required for a CNS vSphere user.|
|15 DEC 2020||Requirements and Limitations of Cloud Native Storage and Create a Storage Policy have been updated to indicate that Cloud Native Storage does not support vSAN stretch clusters and site disaster tolerance.|
|15 AUG 2020||At VMware, we value inclusion. To foster this principle within our customer, partner, and internal community, we are replacing some of the terminology in our content. We have updated this guide to remove instances of non-inclusive language.|
|25 MAR 2020||Sections that included tasks for Kubernetes uses have been removed from the Getting Started with VMware Cloud Native Storage documentation.
Kubernetes users who want to run Kubernetes clusters and containerized applications on vSphere can refer to the Kubernetes vSphere Cloud Provider documentation on GitHub. This document also includes information about the vSphere CSI driver installation, deployment, and sample YAMLs.
|04 MAR 2020||Minor edits.|
|22 OCT 2019||Sections related to installation of the vSphere CSI plug-in and deployment of a Kubernetes cluster have been removed from this document. For information, see the Kubernetes vSphere Cloud Provider documentation.|
|01 OCT 2019||Cloud Native Storage Components has been corrected to state that the vSphere Container Storage Interface supports a single vCenter Server.|
|20 AUG 2019||Initial release.|