NOTE: Create EKS cluster first before the below section
Now we know that containers are stateless by design, which means that data does not persist in the containers. Even when you run the containers in kubernetes pods, they still remain stateless unless you ensure that your configuration supports statefulness.
To achieve statefuleness in kubernetes, you must understand how volumes, persistent volumes, and persistent volume claims work.
persistent volume claims work
On-disk files in a container are ephemeral, which presents some problems for ...
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