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Storage Profiles

Once you’ve defined data stores and enabled Atomix runtime integration on your application’s pods by injecting the runtime proxy, to use the data stores in your application you must define a StorageProfile.

apiVersion: atomix.io/v3beta3
kind: StorageProfile
metadata:
  name: my-application
spec:
  bindings:
    - store:
        name: my-memory-store

Injecting the StorageProfile

StorageProfile StorageProfile

Storage profiles specify a set of bindings that define how the proxy routes primitives to stores. To associate your application with a StorageProfile, annotate the pods with the proxy.atomix.io/profile annotation:

apiVersion: v1
kind: Pod
metadata:
  name: my-pod
  namespace: default
  annotations:
    proxy.atomix.io/inject: "true"
    proxy.atomix.io/profile: my-application
spec:
  ...

Configuring the proxy

Storage profiles can be used to configure the Atomix runtime proxy.

apiVersion: atomix.io/v3beta3
kind: StorageProfile
metadata:
  name: my-application
spec:
  proxy:
    config:
      server:
        maxRecvMsgSize: 10Mi
        maxSendMsgSize: 10Mi
        maxConcurrentStreams: 1000
      logging:
        loggers:
          root:
            level: debug
  bindings:
    ...

Routing atoms with tags

Applications can (and should) tag primitives with strings to aid in routing. Storage profiles can use tags to route primitives across multiple stores:

apiVersion: atomix.io/v3beta3
kind: StorageProfile
metadata:
  name: my-application
spec:
  bindings:
    - store:
        name: my-memory-store
      tags:
        - memory
    - store:
        name: my-consensus-store
      tags:
        - consensus

Configuring atom proxies

bindings:
  - store:
      name: my-memory-store
    tags:
      - memory
    rules:
      - kind: Map
        apiVersion: v1
        config:
          cache:
            enabled: true