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An open, software-defined storage system that runs efficiently on commodity hardware, Red Hat Ceph Storage was designed to manage petabytes of data as well as cloud and emerging workloads. Red Hat Ceph Storage is based on Ceph—the open source, software-defined storage system overwhelming preferred by OpenStack users. Red Hat Ceph Storage is seamlessly integrated with OpenStack’s modular architecture and components for ephemeral and persistent storage, offering a single efficient platform to support both block (persistent and ephemeral), object, and file storage. Moreover, it is now included with Red Hat OpenStack Linux 8 as well as, by extension, Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure and Red Hat Cloud Suite solutions.
As a massively scalable, highly flexible, self-managing, and self-healing technology, Red Hat Ceph Storage offers great potential for deployment, but ultimate attainment of business goals depends on how well its features and underlying power are harnessed.
Please join us in the comfort of the Red Hat OpenStack Summit booth for an interesting and dynamic discussion of Red Hat Ceph Storage technical features and how they relate to Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Hear how one of Red Hat Storage customers have successfully implemented Ceph in their datacenter, superseding traditional storage models, tightly integrating with OpenStack, and more effectively managing maintenance and purchase expenses. Our talk will include best practices guidelines as well as a sneak peak of product enhancements under consideration.