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Adopt a share today! How to bring your existing shared filesystem under Manila’s management

OpenStack  Manila is a shared file system as a service, and it’s deployed in  public and private clouds of different scales. It supports a variety of  network file system protocols such as NFS, CIFS, CephFS, and several open source and vendor storage back ends. 

Cloud administrators that have been using storage devices to provision shares and their snapshots now have the ability to  import existing shares when migrating over to Manila. Starting from Stein release, Manila is capable to adopt and manage the life cycle of existing shares in a multi-tenant environment. 

We will demo how the administrator can bring an existent share under Manila’s management, while guaranteeing the multi-tenant isolation.


What can I expect to learn?

Learn how to bring existing shared filesystems under Manila management.

Understand how Manila can handle with multi-tenant deployments and ensure isolation through network segmentation.

Wednesday, November 6, 1:40pm-2:20pm
Will be recorded
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
NetApp
Carlos is an OpenStack contributor to Shared File Systems project. He has been working in OpenStack upstream core features for Manila project, also maintaining NetApp driver. Carlos also has experience with containerized environments and is a great enthusiast of the containers use. Enjoys learning new technologies and likes the way that the community works, and like to contribute and help members. FULL PROFILE
NetApp
Lucio contributes for OpenStack, and currently develops new core features for Manila project and NetApp driver as well. He also maintains NetApp Cinder driver. FULL PROFILE