Join us November 13-15, 2018 in

Berlin, Germany

The next Open Infrastructure Summit is going to be in Denver, April 29-May 1. Check out the agenda.

Event Details

Ceph data services in a multi- and hybrid cloud world

IT organizations of the future (and present) are faced with managing infrastructure that spans multiple private data centers and multiple public clouds.  Emerging tools and operational patterns like kubernetes and microservices are easing the process of deploying applications across multiple environments, but the achilles heel of such efforts remains that most applications require large quantities of state, either in databases, object stores, or file systems.  Unlike stateless microservices, state is hard to move.

Ceph is known for providing scale-out file, block, and object storage within a single data center, but it also includes a robust set of multi-cluster federation capabilities.  This talk will cover how Ceph's underlying multi-site capabilities complement and enable true portability across cloud footprints--public and private--and how viewing Ceph from a multi-cloud perspective has fundamentally shifted our data services roadmap, especially for Ceph object storage.

What can I expect to learn?

Attendees should expect to learn

- Background and current status of existing Ceph multi-cluster capabilities, including RBD mirroring and RGW object federation

- How the RGW roadmap is being recast as data services provider that acts as a gateway to an distributed topology of storage providers (include multiple Ceph clusters and/or external public or private cloud object stores) instead of an object gateway to a single Ceph cluster

- All about CephFS upcoming multi-cluster capabilities

- How new container platforms like kubernetes and multi-cloud operators will leverage Ceph's underlying capabilities to simplify application portability across multiple cloud footprints

Thursday, November 15, 10:50am-11:30am
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Red Hat
Sage was part of a research team that developed the first working prototype of the Ceph distributed file system in 2004. In the past 10 years, he has stewarded the growth of the Ceph community project as part of his dedication in developing a disruptive, resilient and scalable storage alternative to costly enterprise proprietary storage systems. With the team, Sage developed key Ceph features... FULL PROFILE