May 8-11, 2017

Event Details

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CephFS Backed NFS Share Service for Multi-Tenant Clouds

The OpenStack's Shared File Systems service, Manila, provides a modular framework for storage backends to securely export file shares through network separated data paths between tenants. CephFS, a POSIX-compliant distributed file system built on top of Ceph, is ready to leverage this multi-tenant framework to make it a cloud ready open source scalable storage backend that Manila lacks. It can serve NFS shares using NFS-Ganesha, a user-space NFS server. Recent updates to NFS-Ganesha and its integration with CephFS have made CephFS/Ganesha deployments work well.

In this session, we will cover the implementation of NFS support for the CephFS driver in Manila via NFS-Ganesha gateways, and elated deployment and usage details. By the end of the session, Ceph deployers will learn how to use their existing object and block store for OpenStack clouds to fit file share use cases.

Thursday, May 11, 9:00am-9:40am (1:00pm - 1:40pm UTC)
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Red Hat Inc.
Software engineer at Red Hat, FOSS passionate and tech in general enthusiast. Former Zaqar and Trove core reviewer. Currently working on Manila. Outreachy and Google Summer of Code coordinator. Eager to learn about new technologies, to contribute to different open-source projects and to get new people involved with open-source philosophy. FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Ramana Raja is an upstream contributor currently working on integrating CephFS with OpenStack Manila. He's been involved in the Manila project since the Juno release. Besides the OpenStack project, he's contributed to other popular open source projects such as Ceph and Gluster. FULL PROFILE
Red Hat
Tom serves as PTL for the OpenStack Manila project and works for Red Hat as a principal software engineer. Besides working to maintain the health and vitality of the Manila project, Tom has a passion for production quality open source storage back ends like CephFS and for using Manila as general purpose cloud infrastructure to serve more than just Nova compute instances. Tom started late in the... FULL PROFILE