Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details


Expanding DBaaS Workloads with OpenStack Trove and Manila

Until recently, the OpenStack Trove DBaaS project only used the Cinder block storage service for database storage. With joint development work from NetApp, Red Hat and Tesora, it is now possible to run database workloads on OpenStack using Manila-based file shares.

This session will describe the implementation and the benefits of supporting databases with persistent storage on Manila including the benefits in live migration, clustering, and database backup and restore.

In this presentation, one can learn how Trove and Manila can support a wide range of new and legacy database workloads in OpenStack with both file and block storage.


What can I expect to learn?

The audience can expect to learn a detailed description of the implementation and the benefits of supporting databases with persistent storage on Manila including the benefits in live migration, clustering, and database backup and restore.

Monday, April 25, 12:05pm-12:45pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Verizon, Fellow
Amrith is a fellow in Verizon's cloud team that develops and operates the Verizon Cloud Platform (VCP), focusing on OpenStack and other open source activities, Database-as-a-Service for OpenStack, and working with application owners migrating workloads onto VCP. He has been involved with OpenStack for several years and has been the PTL of the Trove (DBaaS) project for multiple releases. Before... FULL PROFILE
NetApp Inc
Chris serves as Principal Solutions Architect for SolidFire - now part of NetApp, specializing in cloud infrastructure, devops, DBaaS, and open source databases. An internet services database veteran, he began his journey creating web technologies in 1994, and has been focused on solving the challenges of scaling data systems ever since. For over a decade, Chris was immersed in global hosting... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Rob Young is the Manager of Virtualization Product and Strategy at Red Hat. As part of his duties, he currently leads the product development efforts for the Red Hat OpenStack Platform High Availability and Distirbuted OpenStack offerings. Prior to joining Red Hat he worked with the product management and engineering teams at Percona, MongoDB and MySQL. FULL PROFILE