Any S3-API-compatible storage can be used as a persistent volume in Kubernetes, if we use the Linux Foundation’s Datashim project. While this is not a general substitute for traditional disks and file systems, it does enable interesting architectures, cheap cloud-native storage, and a clean way to access bucket-based data, configurations, and code.

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