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Wednesday, December 7 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
High Performance Ceph In Production (Intel)

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In designing an OpenStack cloud system, one of the most critical tasks is how to build out a highly scalable and reliable storage system. We, at Adobe, have been using Ceph as high performance block storage in OpenStack for a variety of use cases such as images, volumes, and snapshots. Over the last two years, and through several experiences of building out Ceph systems, we've been able to achieve very competitive performance with traditional spinning HDDs, yet we found interesting bottlenecks on several subcomponents including networks. We would like to share how we designed our Ceph architecture to maximize its performance with all commodity hardware. We are also planning on enhancing our current Ceph architecture to further boost up its performance using NVMe SSDs.


In the second part of the talk, Intel will share with us the work they are doing with Ceph. Intel will cover their upstream development work, reference archiectures, and benchmarks including work on an all NVMe Ceph clusters. Then Intel will cover review initial results of their blustore testing as well as some early work with Ceph on 100GbE networks. 


Speakers
avatar for Dan Ferber

Dan Ferber

Software Defined Storage Technologist, Intel
Dan Ferber works at Intel helping customers and partners with software defined storage in general as well as open source Ceph. He is involved with a number of Ceph projects including Ceph reference architectures, Ceph performance testing, Intel’s Virtual Storage Manager (VSM) for Ceph, and supporting several partners with their Ceph efforts. Dan is Intel’s representative to the Ceph Community Board. | | Prior to SDS work, Dan led the... Read More →
avatar for Jun Park

Jun Park

Solutions Architect, Adobe
Dr. Jun Park is the Lead Architect for OpenStack initiative at Adobe. He has been working on strategically supporting business use cases by utilizing OpenStack private clouds. The use cases include CI/CD frameworks, and container-orchestration frameworks such as Kubernetes and Mesos via OpenStack Heat/Magnum/Murano. He also has been heavily involved in the OpenStack community with different hats as a super-user, a developer, a speaker, and an... Read More →



Wednesday December 7, 2016 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Salon A

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