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Wednesday, March 11 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Distributed Storage and Compute With Ceph's librados - Sage Weil, Red Hat

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The Ceph distributed storage system sports object, block, and file interfaces to a single storage cluster. These interface are built on a distributed object storage and compute platform called RADOS, which exports a conceptually simple yet powerful interface for storing and processing large amounts of data and is well-suited for backing web-scale applications and data analytics. In features a rich object model, efficient key/value storage, atomic transactions (including efficient compare-and-swap semantics), object cloning and other primitives for supporting snapshots, simple inter-client communication and coordination (ala Zookeeper), and the ability to extend the object interface using arbitrary code executed on the storage node. This talk will focus on librados API, how it is used, the security model, and some examples of RADOS classes implementing interesting functionality.

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Sage Weil

Ceph Principal Architect, Red Hat
Sage Weil originally helped design and build Ceph as part of his graduate research at UC Santa Cruz. Since then, he has continued to lead the engineering effort, building Ceph into an open source, unified storage platform with an emphasis on scalability, reliability, and performance for cloud workloads. He currently works as Red Hat in the Office of Technology, where his primary responsibility is to lead the Ceph development community while... Read More →


Wednesday March 11, 2015 2:00pm - 2:50pm
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