This documentation is aimed at architects, engineers, developers, sysadmins and anybody who wants to understand how to use Ondat. It assumes some knowledge of containers and orchestrators.


Ondat is a cloud native, software-defined storage for running containerized applications in production, running in the cloud, on-prem and in hybrid/multi-cloud environments.


Our documentation is arranged into sections, accessible from the navigation bar on the left.

Introduction - Quickstart and support information.

Concepts - Architectural and deep technical information.

Prerequisites - We require certain prerequisites to be met for the product to function correctly. Please read these carefully and ensure they are implemented.

Platforms - Due to differences in the various orchestrators that Ondat can run under, we list install guides and other platform specific operations here.

Operations - Platform agnostic operations.

Use Cases - A set of examples to get up and running with Ondat quickly.

Reference - Information on our GUI, CLI, and other important information.

Ondat Overview

Ondat V2 is built from the knowledge and experience of running stateful production workloads in the fast changing container world.


Ondat quickstart. Start by understanding the architecture, followed up with a simple installation in your cluster and check out the use cases to deploy popular, real life applications using persistent storage.

Supported Platforms and Orchestrators

Ondat runs on a variety of platforms and orchestrators. The following sections detail these, and any known platform specific limitations.