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Charmed Ceph Documentation


Ceph is a unified, distributed storage system designed for excellent performance, reliability, and scalability.

Charmed Ceph deploys and manages Ceph using Juju’s modelling paradigm. This makes operating the cluster easier by eliminating the minutiae of operational tasks. In addition, improvements are added to Charmed Ceph that are specific to Debian and Ubuntu such as bug and security fixes.

Find out more in the Charmed Ceph overview ›

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1 overview Overview
0 Charmed Ceph
1 requirements Requirements
1 supported-ceph-versions Supported Ceph versions
1 release-cycle Release cycle
0 Install
1 quickstart Quickstart
1 install Install
0 Pool types
1 replicated-pools Replicated pools
1 erasure-coded-pools Erasure coded pools
0 Storage types
1 file-storage File storage
1 object-storage Object storage
1 block-storage Block storage
0 Integrations
1 integration-kubernetes Kubernetes
1 integration-lxd LXD
1 integration-openstack OpenStack
1 integration-vmware VMware
0 Operations
1 Node lifecycle
2 adding-osds Adding OSDs
2 adding-mons Adding MONs
2 replacing-osd-disks Replacing OSD disks
1 power-cycling-nodes Power cycling nodes
1 encryption-at-rest Encryption at Rest
1 software-upgrades Software upgrades
2 upgrading-charms Upgrading charms
2 upgrading-nodes Upgrading node operating system
2 upgrading-ceph Upgrading Ceph
0 Reference
1 release-notes Release notes
1 Appendices
2 app-client-setup Client setup
2 app-charm-list Charm list
2 app-upgrade-notes Upgrade notes
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