Please refer to the Kubernetes CSI community page that lists almost all CSI drivers available along with the features that they support (snapshot, volume expansion etc.)
If your environment does not support a CSI driver with snapshot functionality, a few sample CSI drivers along with instructions to install and configure are provided below. These CSI drivers can be leveraged for evaluating TrilioVault for Kubernetes.
Hostpath CSI driver is a sample (non-production) CSI Driver that creates a local directory as a volume on a single node.
Please follow the steps to install the Hostpath CSI Driver from GitHub or a simpler form of the same procedure from the Appendix Hostpath for TVK. Note that the GitHub instructions may be more current than the instructions provided in the Appendix and might require minor tweaks. Please confirm before proceeding.
If your Kubernetes cluster is running with Amazon Web Services, the EBS CSI Driver can be leveraged for persistent volume storage.
Please follow the steps to install and AWS EBS CSI Driver from GitHub
If your Kubernetes cluster is running within Google Cloud, the Google Compute Engine CSI driver can be leveraged for persistent volume storage.
Please follow the steps to install the GCE CSI Driver from GitHub
Rook is one of the Operators that is deployed through OpenShift Container Storage (OCS) operator. However, the snapshot capabilities are not enabled if installed via the OCS operator.
Therefore, to leverage Ceph CSI with snapshot capabilities as persistent storage, install the Rook based operator via the Rook Operator page.