Vancouver, BC
May 21-24, 2018

Event Details


How to Survive an OpenStack Cloud Meltdown with Ceph

What if you lost your datacenter completely in a catastrophe, but your users hardly noticed? Sounds like a mirage, but it’s absolutely possible.

This talk will showcase OpenStack features enabling multisite and disaster recovery functionalities. We’ll present the latest capabilities of OpenStack and Ceph for Volume and Image Replication using Ceph Block and Object as the backend storage solution, as well as look at the future developments they are driving to improve and simplify the relevant architecture use cases, such as Distributed NFV, an emerging use case that rationalizes your IT by using less control planes and allows you to spread your VNF on multiple datacenters and edge deployments.

In this session you will learn about wew OpenStack features enabling Multisite and distributed deployments, as well as review key use cases, architecture design and best practices to help operations avoid the OpenStack cloud Meltdown nightmare.


What can I expect to learn?

In this session you will learn about wew OpenStack features enabling Multisite and distributed deployments, as well as review key use cases, architecture design and best practices to help operations avoid the OpenStack cloud Meltdown nightmare.

Tuesday, May 22, 5:30pm-6:10pm
Will be recorded
Level: Intermediate
Product Management Director
The Ceph Storage PM at Red Hat, formerly the Ubuntu Server PM at Canonical, and the Linux "Systems Management Czar" at SUSE. FULL PROFILE
Red Hat, Sr. Product Manager
A seasoned product manager bringing over 15 years of experience in senior product delivery and management roles in virtualization & cloud companies. International experience of storage virtualization products delivery & private clouds design for enterprise customers in various market segments in US, Europe & APAC.  Experienced in leading the execution of joint solutions... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat, Principal Software Engineer, Storage Architect
Sebastien Han currently serves as a Principal Software Engineer, Storage Architect for Red Hat. He has been involved with OpenStack and Ceph Storage since 2011 and has built a strong expertise around these two areas. Curious and passionate, he loves working on bleeding edge technologies and identifying opportunities where OpenStack and Ceph can enhance the user experience. In 2013, he began... FULL PROFILE