Location: Europe (Tallinn)
SLA: Standard Service Level Agreement is applied for this cluster.
Shared File System Data Storage is a persistent data storage, used for storing data that should persist after a Pod has finished, and when it's necessary to provide access to the data storage from multiple Pods at the same time. For example, It proves to be particularly useful in SSH app or if it's necessary to provide a shared home directory for several Jupyter Notebooks. To create a persistent data storage you need to create a Volume using Puzl Dashboard (or
PersistentVolumeClaim object if using Kubernetes API) with the .
|Mount options 1|
|Kubernetes Storage Class Name|
|Resizable||You can resize your Volume after allocation to meet changing requirements.|
1. Mount options:
ReadWriteMany — a Volume can be mounted to more than one Pod for read and write at the same moment.
2. 4MB block size. Use Flexible I/O tester to run benchmarks on Volumes.
Data storage price doesn't cover pricing for computing resources like RAM, CPU and GPU, which should be allocated separately. Volume creation is required for some Apps and optional in other cases.
Usage is billed on per-second basis for all provisioned capacity (used and unused).
Estimate your application costs with Pod Configurator.
|Price per GB-day|
|I/O operations||Not charged|
|Maximum allocation||8TB 1, 2|
1. Requested capacity must be a multiple of 1 GB.
2. 1GB = 1024MB, 1TB = 1024GB.
All prices do not include EU VAT. If you're located in the EU: