Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


What's New in OpenStack File Share Services (Manila)

Manila provides multi-tenant file-share services to OpenStack. It can work with default storage types, or through its driver model, with a range of storage backends. The ability to provide file-shares to serve existing applications, containers, DevOps environments, departmental shares, and other use cases broadens OpenStack’s storage capabilities.  As a result, with OpenStack rolling out in high-profile enterprises, Manila is rapidly gaining momentum with new features. Over the last cycle, the community has worked on a number of useful enhancements, including an updated installer for Fuel. Topics covered will include:

  • Share Groups for performing tasks on groups of file shares
  • Enhanced snapshot restoration capabilities
  • Share migration and retyping capabilities
  • Access Groups for shares to specify the same access policies to multiple shares
  • Deployment using the Fuel plugin for Manila.
  • and more.

 Multiple demos will be included!


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will get to learn about OpenStack Manila, updates that were made for the Newton cycle, and deployment using Fuel.

Thursday, October 27, 5:30pm-6:10pm
Difficulty Level: Beginner
NetApp
Akshai Parthasarathy is a Technical Marketing Engineer at NetApp, working on all things OpenStack and cloud computing. He has over 7 years of experience in the technology industry, having previously worked at Amazon Web Services and Dell. Prior to that, Akshai obtained his Bachelors (with Highest Honor) and Masters from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of... FULL PROFILE
Juniper Networks, Community Director
Gregory Elkinbard is Director of Community at Juniper, where he is responsible for creating a robust multi user community around OpenContrail and integrating OpenContrail with other community efforts such as OpenStack, OPNFV, ONAP and Kubernetes. FULL PROFILE
SUSE Linux GmbH
Thomas is a OpenStack Manila core team member and Manila's Oslo liaison. He's also one of the initiators of the upstream rpm-packaging group and a core member of the requirements team. At SUSE he works on integrating new OpenStack features into SUSE OpenStack Cloud. FULL PROFILE